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Obama and Putin Discuss Diplomatic Plan

By Lesley Rozycki
After weeks of rising tensions between Russia and the United States, President Barack Obama and President Vladimir Putin finally spoke to one another.

James Rebhorn Dies At Age 65

By Jacqueline Roman
“Homeland” has lost a beloved star as respected actor James Rebhorn has died at the age of 65.

Man Kills Three at SXSW Film Festival

By Joshua Powers
Three people are dead and more than twenty are injured after a drunk driver plowed into the SXSW Film Festival in Austin Texas this past weekend.

Obama imposes new sanctions on Russia

By Joshua Powers
Russia’s invasion and takeover of Crimea has dominated headlines recently, and new sanctions by the United States look to add to the building tension.

Minimum Wage Raise

By Lesley Rozycki
President Barack Obama took his campaign for a higher federal minimum wage to Connecticut.

Decision Made on Cape Wind Project

By Brianna Bigelow
The U.S. District Court has issued a mixed ruling in the case of Cape Wind, a developing wind farm off the shores of Nantucket.

Rand Paul Wins Again in CPAC Straw

By Lesley Rozycki
Tea Party darling, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, won the CPAC-Washington Times Straw Poll for the second consecutive year. Paul, who earned 31 percent of the vote, spoke to a packed room at the conference on Friday.

Sen. Ted Cruz Breaks with Sen. Rand Paul on Foreign Policy

By Jacqueline Roman

The 2016 Republican primaries are coming into focus, along with the potential players and, more specifically, rivals. Sen.Ted Cruz, R-Texas, shares some of the same ideologies as Sen.Rand Paul, R-Ky, but he separated himself on one accord during an exclusive interview with “This Week” ’s Jonathan Karl.

Democrats Keep an Eye on Republicans at CPAC

By Tessa Roy
Democratic eyes were watching as Republicans across the country banded together at the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference. Many of those eyes were from political action committee American Bridge.