Immigration-control group starts ads in 10 states

WASHINGTON - An immigration-control group on Wednesday began running more than $1 million in ads that criticize lawmakers for not doing more to stop the flow of new workers into the United States. Read more

Crossroads books $20M in ads for 6 Senate races

WASHINGTON - High-dollar donors' favorite political machine on Tuesday began booking another $20 million in television air time for an autumn advertising blitz aimed at tipping six Senate seats into Republican hands. Read more

Anti-abortion voters look for one of their own contenders

WASHINGTON - Calling their opponents Satan worshippers and savages, anti-abortion lawmakers on Wednesday insisted that Republican contenders keep an intense focus on social issues in the upcoming midterm elections and the 2016 presidential race. Read more

Education Department gives Alaska, 2 more states waivers

WASHINGTON - Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced on Monday that three more states would join the ranks of those given permission to ignore parts of the federal No Child Left Behind law in favor of their own school improvement plans. Read more

Students need better sports safety

WASHINGTON — Student athletes need access to health care professionals, better-trained coaches and up-to-date equipment, a... Read more

Auto bailout could be key if there's an Obama campaign victory in Ohio

LORDSTOWN, Ohio - President Barack Obama's decision to help America's automakers could end up being what helps drive him back into the White House. Read more

Big-name no-shows for the GOP, Dem conventions

WASHINGTON - Sarah Palin and George W. Bush won't be in Tampa, Fla. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Al Gore won't make the trip to Charlotte, N.C. Read more

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