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But the GOP had to spend over $1.2 million to keep control of the once-safe seat.
In a special election, Democrats see a shot at long-term gains in the red state.
The Arizona Republican says the House ethics panel is looking at his "discussion of surrogacy" with female staffers.
What some might call cyberwarfare others apparently consider journalistic best practices.
Congress is currently considering expanding the U.S. national missile defense system, despite the fact that -- nearly 15 years after the Bush administration began deploying it -- it has not been demonstrated to work under real-world conditions and is not on a path to do so.
Critics say the bill is "nothing more than blatant stereotyping."
This is what they choose to prioritize in the first week. No matter what kind of plans or "autopsies" or happy talk comes out of this winter retreat, one thing's clear: the GOP's priorities are more outrageous than ever.
Below, a liveblog of more election news: Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) was re-elected to Congress Tuesday in the state's 8th
The fact that America leads the developed world in guns and gun-related deaths doesn't faze gun advocates. Like tax cuts, guns are considered a cure-all. Unfortunately, the same appears true of munitions in American foreign policy.
If a new bill proposed by House Republicans is any indication, drug warriors are finding it harder and harder to whip up
Rather than respond positively to Rouhani's election, the U.S. House of Representatives -- just two days before his inauguration in August -- voted by an overwhelming 400-20 margin to impose punitive new sanctions on Iran.
He is neither a doctor, nor a teacher, nor a soldier, nor a farmer, nor an engineer nor a job creator. He has expertise in nothing. And yet he is the author of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Act and cosponsor of the Life at Conception Act.
Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) sponsored the bill, and caused a controversy when he said he opposed including an exception for