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Ex-Bush official to join Sessions’ staff

Marcus Peacock will serve as Republican staff director of the Senate Budget Committee. Read the full story on Poliitico.…

Ex-Bush official to join Sessions’ staff

Marcus Peacock will serve as Republican staff director of the Senate Budget Committee. Read the full story on Poliitico.…

Freshman rep.: It’s time to party

Denham: “This isn’t just about raising money.” Read the full story on Poliitico.…

Pentagon cuts to reflect Gates, White House tussle

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Defense Secretary Robert Gates has been successfully pushing back against White House attempts to more severely cut into weapons program funding than what the Pentagon had been…

Funding uncertain for food safety overhaul

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican opponents of new U.S. food safety legislation are promising a fight over its funding and announced their intention even as it became law. Read the full…

The Caucus: Reading Tweets Instead of Tea Leaves

A new Twitter name for Nancy Pelosi is one more acknowledgment of changes on Capitol Hill. Read the full story from The New York Times.…

The Caucus: Reading Tweets Instead of Tea Leaves

A new Twitter name for Nancy Pelosi is one more acknowledgment of changes on Capitol Hill. Read the full story from The New York Times.…

New York plans to merge banking, insurance regulators

NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo plans to improve regulation of Wall Street with a smaller state government that would merge the Banking and Insurance departments, Cuomo…

Congress may force White House to expand drilling: group

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Congress should pass legislation, if necessary, to force the Obama administration to open more offshore areas to oil and gas exploration, the head of the American Petroleum…

Obama urges Republicans to help him revive economy

ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (Reuters) – President Barack Obama appealed to Republican congressional leaders on Tuesday to put politics aside and work to revive the U.S. economy. Read the full…