Sen. Mikulski said to be retiring from Senate

Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.), who has served in Congress longer than any woman in history, will announce at a news conference Monday that she is retiring from the Senate after five terms in office, three people familiar with her plans said.

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Tense week ahead on the Hill; Boehner allies worry about coup; Clinton to announce in April? SCOTUS hears Ariz. case; potential Rubio replacement meets NRSC.

John Kerry plays down tensions caused by Netanyahu’s speech

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will deliver a speech to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday.

Split over ‘tactics’ is to blame for DHS funding impasse, House GOP leaders say

The defeat of a House DHS bill is not a sign of a more profound rift between conservative and moderate Republican factions, they insist.

Rick Perry questions Hillary Clinton’s ethical judgment

The former Texas governor asks Hillary Clinton, "Where’s your loyalty?"

Scott Walker says he opposes comprehensive immigration reform. He didn’t always.

Scott Walker on Sunday staked out a hard-line stance against a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.

Jindal blasts congressional Republicans for ‘post-election stress syndrome’

The Louisiana governor challenged his party's leaders in Congress to make good on their pledges to replace the health-care law and make other progress on conservative priorities.

Rand Paul wins CPAC straw poll, with Scott Walker a close second

It was Rand's race to lose.

O’Malley serves notice to Wall Street ahead of possible presidential bid

The former Maryland governor suggested to a South Carolina audience that regulating the financial sector would be a defining issue for him if he runs.

Scott Walker calls Reagan’s bust of air traffic controller strike ‘most significant foreign policy decision’

"It sent a message not only across America, it sent a message around the world," the Republican presidential aspirant said Saturday.

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