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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

D.C. mayor's collapse came amid disastrous March

D.C. mayor's collapse came amid disastrous March


D.C. mayor's collapse came amid disastrous March

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 02:16 PM PDT

After Washington Mayor Vince Gray voted Tuesday morning and a vocal contingent of volunteers moved on to another precinct, Gray's campaign manager headed downtown to write three news releases to issue based on the outcome of Tuesday's Democratic primary election.

Secret Service director called on carpet

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 04:58 AM PDT

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, called to Capitol Hill to explain misbehavior by her agents, insisted the problems were not reflective of the broader culture at her agency.

Too early to run Obamacare victory lap

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 04:22 PM PDT

If premiums go up, it will signal insurance companies feel the customers who've enrolled are sicker -- and thus more expensive -- than expected. But if premiums stay steady or even go down, it will show that the initial pool of customers met their expectations.

Obama celebrates, but fight not done

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 04:31 PM PDT

Obama celebrates the Affordable Care Act's enrollment numbers, but Republicans are showing that the fight isn't over.

Inside Politics: Obamacare's 7.1 million

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 01:59 PM PDT

John King, Julianna Goldman and Scott Conroy on Obamacare and the GOP naysayers who still want to repeal the law.

Court tweaks donor limits

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 04:57 PM PDT

If you're rich and want to give money to a lot of political campaigns, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that you can.

Obamacare fight not done

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 04:58 PM PDT

Obama celebrates the Affordable Care Act's enrollment numbers, but Republicans are showing that the fight isn't over.

Too early for Obamacare victory lap

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 05:00 PM PDT

If premiums go up, it will signal insurance companies feel the customers who've enrolled are sicker -- and thus more expensive -- than expected. But if premiums stay steady or even go down, it will show that the initial pool of customers met their expectations.

Obama: 'Heartbroken' about another Fort Hood shooting

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 05:54 PM PDT

A suspected shooter at Fort Hood, Texas, is dead, but the situation is still considered an active scene, multiple U.S. officials told CNN on Wednesday.

Obama: We will get to the bottom of this

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 05:45 PM PDT

President Obama gives a statement on the shooting at Fort Hood in Texas.

Inside Politics: Ryan's utopia

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 01:45 PM PDT

John King, Julianna Goldman and Scott Conroy debate Paul Ryan's budget and what it will mean for both political parties.

A Republican tries to save the minimum wage increase

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 06:51 AM PDT

Again stepping into the role of compromise-seeker, Sen. Susan Collins of Maine is launching what may be a long-shot effort to forge bipartisan compromise over a minimum wage increase.

Justices lift total campaign money limit

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 04:39 PM PDT

If you're rich and want to give money to a lot of political campaigns, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that you can.

Court rules on money in campaigns

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 04:27 PM PDT

CNN's Dana Bash reports on the Supreme Court ruling allowing more private money in election campaigns.

Justices strike down donor limit

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 10:07 AM PDT

The Supreme Court strikes down the limit on the overall amount a person can give to political campaigns.

Toobin: What ruling means

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 04:30 PM PDT

Jeffrey Toobin says the Supreme Court got rid of limits on the total amount you can give political campaigns in an election season, but kept the limit on what you can give to one candidate. What's next?

The high court's impact on money and politics

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 04:30 PM PDT

Campaign 2014 is in full swing with primary voting, and incumbents and challengers busy raising money.

With ruling, money talks even louder in politics

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 04:31 PM PDT

On Wednesday, April 2, the United States Supreme Court ruled that any cap on the overall amount a person can spend to influence an election is unconstitutional. Following on the heels of the court's previous decision in Citizens United, the McCutcheon ruling will allow unlimited spending to influence our nation's political process.

Emanuel's Chicago, a tale of two cities

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 02:10 PM PDT

Kevin Coval says Chicago isn't creating good jobs for the poor, middle class and isn't providing good schools for its children, of all colors

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