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The Fix: Reince Priebus enters RNC chair race

Wisconsin Republican Party chairman Reince Priebus will seek the chairmanship of the Republican National Committee early next year, a blow to the reelection chances of current chairman Michael Steele. Read…

Tea party group wants Palin for RNC

The Tea Party Nation has sent a letter to the former Alaska governor asking her to run for chairwoman. Read more……

SCOTUS to hear global warming case

The decision is a victory for utilities that don’t want to be forced to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Read more……

Priebus runs for RNC chairman

The onetime ally of Steele promises “less drama, more hard work … and more focus on winning.” Read more……

Right Turn: What should parties learn from midterms? Readers respond.

On Friday, I asked: What should each party have learned from the 2010 midterms, and what incorrect conclusion are they most likely to extract? Read more……

W.H. continues copyright crackdown

File-sharing websites are a new target as the administration focuses on movies, music and drugs. Read more……

DCCC names executive director

Robby Mook, a former top operative on Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign, will replace Jon Vogel. Read more……

Warning to America: Be prepared to use force against China

Warning to America: Be prepared to use force against China

Then-Australian leader Kevin Rudd told the United States it should be prepared to use force against China “if everything goes wrong”, a US diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks reveals. In…

Schumer pushes TSA scanner bill

He wants to make it illegal to distribute or record images produced by the full-body devices. Read more……

Student visa abuse a growing danger in America

Student visa abuse a growing danger in America

Lured by unsupervised, third-party brokers with promises of steady jobs and a chance to sightsee, some foreign college students on summer work programs in the U.S. get a far different…