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And yet insiders fear such a contest could shred an already fragile party like nothing has since the bitter 2006 Democratic contest for governor between Secretary of State Cathy Cox and Lt.
WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. Treasury Department agents have recently obtained information about offshore financial transactions involving President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, as part of a federal anti-corruption probe into his ...

Senate confirmation hearings for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch began today with more than four hours of remarks from Republican and Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. ... Michael Bennet and Cory ...
Today, the basic formula pays 50 percent of the costs in states like Colorado and Massachusetts, up to a 75 percent of the cost in states like Mississippi, and 72 percent in West Virginia. Currently, the federal government adjusts Medicaid payments ...
He is standing on a platform at the Green Line's West Bank station, in Minneapolis near the Mississippi River, and a steady flow of college students and an occasional East African woman in a hijab walk by as he talks.
CAMPO, CA - OCTOBER 08: A U.S. flag put up by activists who oppose illegal immigration flies near the US-Mexico border fence in an area where they search for border crossers October 8, 2006 near Campo, California. The activists want the fence expanded ...

March 15, 1963: Kept from competing in previous NCAA tournaments because they included integrated teams, the all-white Mississippi State University basketball team slipped out of state in order to play in the tournament against Loyola University, which ...
From Edward Tiffin to John Kasich, 63 men have held the office - although Nancy Hollister filled in for nine days when George Voinovich was elected to the U.S.
Pew has helped several other states, including Mississippi, in reducing their incarceration rates. Driving Edwards' ... The reasons for this are not clear, but it could be because of a large increase in parole restrictions, according to the draft ...
Speaking at a news conference, Sumwalt also said two other buses apparently followed the route provided by Florida-based Diamond Tours to the casino where they were headed in Biloxi, Mississippi. In Texas, survivors and ..... a very long playing field ...
More than 26,580 environmentally oriented stories have been rescued to appear in this series since 2006. .... Stop Fooling California, a public education campaign that focuses on the oil industry in California, released the analysis." ... Meteor Blades ...
Braun was one of the "year of the woman" candidates in 1992 who decided to run for higher office after Anita Hill's testimony during Clarence Thomas' confirmation hearings.
The Senate version included a grandfather clause exempting campaign accounts created before the bill would go into effect and provided more specific definitions that would clarify the bill.
The Bruins gave up a couple of goals early and never recovered, losing to the Ottawa Senators, 4-2. The Celtics blew a ... Boston reporters will have a shot at getting FBI Director James Comey to expound on his reported disbelief at Trump's tweeted ...
At the time, Rhodes had been locked in a goaltending duel with Ron Tugnutt in Ottawa, but the battle between the two Senators netminders wasn't really all that much of a battle by season's end. Tugnutt has ... The next two seasons were spent in Germany ...
The Senate version included a grandfather clause exempting campaign accounts created before the bill would go into effect and provided more specific definitions that would clarify the bill.
Trump repeatedly invoked such crimes at rallies and frequently appeared with victims on the campaign trail, pointing to case after case in which people were killed by immigrant assailants who slipped through the cracks.

Trump repeatedly invoked such crimes at rallies and frequently appeared with victims on the campaign trail, pointing to case after case in which people were killed by immigrant assailants who slipped through the cracks.
Republicans lost 30 House seats in 2006 when President George W. Bush's popularity was sinking, and 26 seats in 1982 after the first two years of Ronald Reagan's presidency when the economy was still sluggish.
Trump promised during his campaign to withdraw the measure, describing it as a classic case of federal overreach. Environmental groups say they'll fight in court to protect the rule.
Still, Mr. Pruitt, who was confirmed by the Senate to his new position this month, is expected to enthusiastically dive in to the lengthy task of undoing major environmental rules on clean water, climate change and air pollution.
Back in August 2015, Bannon emailed a friend, according to The Daily Beast, that while he felt good about other candidates like Ted Cruz, he was ready to pick Trump, because he was "a nationalist who embraces" Sessions's immigration plan.
The human rights Council was established in 2006. It replaced the U.N. Human rights Commission, which had faced severe criticism because countries with poor rights records became members and prevented it from carrying out its mission to the fullest.
Feingold had been considered a potential presidential candidate before the 2008 election cycle, and he made a handful of trips to the state to help the party and some of its candidates during the 2006 election cycle. That included a 2006 visit to ...
It recently raised $110 million - including $1 million from the city - in a special two-year fundraising campaign to boost endowments, renovate the main Alliance theater and provide greater access to families.
Colon is also working with the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, lobbying Congress to prevent dangerous individuals from acquiring guns.
He also cites Trump's reorganization of the National Security Council last month, which has been seen as a downgrade in influence for intelligence officials.
Dr. Pui-Man Paul Low, professor of pulmonary and geriatrics/gerontology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and associate chief of staff at the veterans Affairs Medical Center in Jackson, Miss.
Before resigning, the 62-year-old had been a college head football coach since 1995, having worked at the University of Mississippi (1995-98), Auburn (1999-2008), Texas Tech (2010-12) and Cincinnati (2013-16). Tuberville's 10-year ... Following the ...
FORMER TRUMP HANDS RETURN TO K Street: Ryan Price, who worked on President Donald Trump's campaign and inauguration, is heading back to his lobbying and public affairs firm, The Trailblazer Group.
A third person in Mississippi been sentenced to jail for the scalding of a caged cat in a video that was posted online.More.
In 2007 he briefly left the think tank to become a policy aide for the presidential campaign of Rudolph W. Giuliani, the most liberal of the dozen or so Republican candidates in that cycle. By the time Obamacare was signed into law in March 2010 ...
In the 2016 election cycle, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin donated to only one Democratic Senate candidate. But it wasn't Sen. Joe Manchin III of West Virginia, the only Democrat who voted to confirm him for the position Monday night and who is up ...
He understands the needs of farming communities," said Bishop, who served with Perdue during the nominee's days as a Democrat in the state Senate and is now the ranking member on the House agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee. "Of course ... The day ...
Ms. Yates felt she was honoring a vital unwritten rule - the Justice Department's political independence - by refusing to defend the president's executive order restricting refugees and others from seven majority-Muslim countries.
He is the current state treasurer of Coastal conservation Association of Mississippi; a member of Gulfport Yacht Club, where he serves on the finance committee; a finance committee member of United Way of South Mississippi and a member of the Gulfport ...
The day began with a lecture and discussion with former Mississippi Governor and Republican National Committee Chairman Haley Barbour.
And it's very similar to a law that passed in Mississippi last year and was struck down by a federal district court as being in violation of the Establishment Clause of the U.S.
And it's very similar to a law that passed in Mississippi last year and was struck down by a federal district court as being in violation of the Establishment Clause of the U.S.
Voters in just 35 Congressional Districts, or 8 percent of the total, elected a House member from one party while preferring the presidential candidate of the other party - the second election in a row where the share of ticket-splitting seats was in ...
President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to fill the 11-month-old vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday night, fulfilling his campaign promise to appoint a staunch conservative justice to replace Antonin Scalia. In a primetime ceremony at the ...
In Hattiesburg, Miss., there was call to join "a peaceful vigil in solidarity with refugees, immigrants, and Muslims" on the University of Southern Mississippi campus on Monday evening. Declaring that "Jersey City stands with our ... President Trump ...
Barack Obama has re-entered the political fray just ten days after he handed power over to Mr Trump, stating that he supports mass protests against the "extreme vetting" orders.
Till was a 14-year-old black boy tortured and killed in 1955 in Mississippi after allegedly whistling at a white woman, then known as Carolyn Bryant.
All told, Bilden's record in business, Asia, and the navy community would make him a strong candidate for many government positions, such as ambassador to Beijing.
So has Senate Armed Services chairman John McCain, the retired navy captain and combat veteran who, more than any other senator, has taken on Trump and who, more than any other senator, will determine whether Bilden gets confirmed.
US military guards walk within Camp Delta military-run prison, at the Guantanamo Bay US Naval Base, Cuba, on June 27, 2006.
Yet as with many interest groups in Washington, the lines between campaign donations and lobbying are often blurred. The PAC's own newsletter highlights its Capitol Hill lobbying trips for college students.
Another post by newly elected Indiana state Sen. Jack Sandlin, also a Republican, credited Donald Trump with ... Other incidents were reported in Mississippi, Rhode Island and New Mexico. Cornfield, the political science professor, said that he thought ...
But the law is the law," said Republican Sen. John McCain, tortured himself as a prisoner during the Vietnam War. "We are not bringing back torture in the United States of America.


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