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More than a dozen dogs are dead after they were left under the care of a U.S. Senator’s son.
“So many lies were told, and we just want the truth to come out,” she continued. The son of Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) is
Senator Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) said Tuesday that he could support tighter background checks on gun sales, something he declined to do last month, if the senators pushing the proposal change its provision dealing with Internet sales. Jen Bendery joins Mike to discuss.
"I'm comfortable with where I am, pond scum or not," he said. WASHINGTON -- Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) said Tuesday that he
Kunkel then concludes, "I needed a background check to carry similar weapons in combat. We should require the same here at
************************* Flake's campaign spokesman, Andrew Wilder, told HuffPost by email that Flake has "a good attendance
The incumbent Democratic senator went on Twitter Wednesday to announce the number, which is more than twice her second-quarter
Politico reported last week that the Tea Party group FreedomWorks is sending additional staff and resources to Arizona to
The Republican nominee for Arizona's U.S. Senate seat, Rep. Jeff Flake, is being targeted by a national progressive veterans
Carmona's campaign released a statement listing a series of votes Flake cast on veterans' issues, including cuts to services
Flake has been a leading opponent of farm subsidies, including proposing legislation in 2011 to end direct payments from
UPDATE: 5:20 p.m. -- On Monday afternoon, Flake's Democratic opponent, Richard Carmona, released a web ad criticizing Flake's
Only in Wisconsin did an establishment candidate prevail over the Club's favored contender. Earlier this month, former four
Flake has been battling a series of negative headlines in the months leading up to the August 28 primary, including articles
The pre-existing condition portion of the health care reform law has been one of the most popular portions among Republicans
Flake's lobbying past has continued to make headlines in recent weeks following the National Journal story. This includes
"After returning to the United States, I formed Interface Public Affairs, which provided public affairs representation to
Flake's biography on his campaign website for his 2000 race for Congress acknowledges that he "represented Namibian companies