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Speakers draw lines more on tactics and posture than policy, as Republican leadership spars with grass roots on immigration reform and foreign policy.
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Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin took a page out of Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Tex.) book and read Dr. Seuss's classic rhyme in her own words at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's remarks closed a weekend full of memorable moments onstage at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
The president’s designation underscores an increasingly assertive conservation stance.
Some modifications were prompted by significant problems with launching HealthCare.gov.
Numerous patches to the Affordable Care Act fuel suspicions that the legislation is deeply flawed.
2014 is not 2012 or 2010.
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“The Last of Us” has a strong female character, which means a big role for the actress who lands the part in the movie version.
Prominent conservative women talk about the Republican Party’s image and which female politician could be at the top of the GOP presidential ticket in 2016.
Don’t forget the “somewhat conservative” voters. They might decide the nomination.
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More women are back at work, but the new jobs don’t pay very well.
Rep. Paul Ryan’s “Four Pinocchio” story Thursday remind us of something his old boss, Rep. Jack Kemp, did in 1996.
Legislators think 95 percent alcohol by volume is too much.
Iran-Contra figure among GOP notables, including Christine O’Donnell and Sharron Angle.
In the wake of Edward Snowden, contractors are tracking keystrokes and monitoring employees’ behavior.
THE FIX | On Friday, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) blasted his colleague Ted Cruz over the Texas senator's critique of the Republican Party's last three losing presidential nominees.
John Boehner thinks the U.S. can help Ukraine by exporting more natural gas. If only it were that simple.
The measure would designate certain positions for workers with alternative credentials.
It’s campaign season and for some politicians the race is on -- straight to the shooting range to show off their skills.
Is there really a ‘war on women’? We ask women at the Conservative Political Action Conference their thoughts on that and 2016.
The president heads to Florida for a weekend trip with family, but he’ll work, too.
The White House announced the nomination of Andrew H. Schapiro as ambassador to the Czech Republic. Schapiro, a Chicago attorney and friend of Obama from Harvard Law School, was also a bundler for the president’s campaign.
Al Cardenas, the chairman of the American Conservatives Union, and Carly Fiorina, the chairwoman of CPAC 2014, both say the conservative conference has plenty of female involvement.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) made a reference to the song "Wish You Were Here" in predicting how history will remember President Obama at CPAC 2014 Friday.
Sharron Angle too.
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Data from the 2001 census shows that outside of Crimea, almost all of the counties and cities have a plurality of Ukrainians.
Former senator Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) said Republicans need to focus on spreading "the news of a good America" during his speech at CPAC 2014.
As GOP looks to become more solutions-oriented, prison reform offers pathway forward.
Meet the top prospects: Deval Patrick and Susana Martinez.
Supporters of Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) are looking to ride the libertarian wave all the way to 2016. So are libertarians taking over the annual Conservative Political Action Conference?
Mitch McConnell waving a rifle around as “Livin’ on a Prayer” blares from the PA? Yeah, that happened.
THE FIX | Is it time to reevaluate the conventional wisdom that the Texas governor isn't a top-tier (or even, some would say, credible) presidential candidate in 2016? Not yet.
Milton Wolf, a distant cousin of the president, tries to revive his flagging primary challenge to Sen. Roberts.
What did each agency cut under the sequester?
Talk about a quick turnaround.
The DNC and RNC are not what they once were.
At CPAC on Thursday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told Republicans to "stop letting the media define who we are."
The state Senate passed a compromise that will expand Medicaid -- for now.
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