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November 24th, 2014
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Archive: News / Page Two / Politics (10 Stories)

5 things to know from the AP-GfK poll on politics

08/07/2014 1:10am
The latest Associated Press-GfK poll finds the nation dissatisfied with what Congress and President Barack Obama have done lately, and few expect much more after the midterm elections. Here's a look at five things to know from the poll.

Under Obamacare, some workers to be auto-enrolled in health plans

08/07/2014 12:38pm
Newly hired employees who don't sign up for health insurance on the job could have it done for them.

APNewsBreak: Iowa treasurer's TV ad gets pushback

08/07/2014 1:21pm
Some television stations are refusing to run a new publicly-funded ad for a popular college program that features state Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald, which critics say was timed to boost his image before the November election.

CORRECTS: AP source: Montana Sen. John Walsh leaving race amid allegations of plagiarism

08/07/2014 2:41pm
CORRECTS: AP source: Montana Sen. John Walsh leaving race amid allegations of plagiarism . (Corrects APNewsAlert that used incorrect first name )

RNC to approve post-2012 goals, not immigration

08/07/2014 4:43pm
Republicans are enthusiastic about wrapping up their year of sweeping party rule changes aimed at making the work of picking a candidate for president more efficient and less prone to infighting.

McConnell courts coal country votes

08/07/2014 5:31pm
Campaigning in coal country, Sen. Mitch McConnell pinned the loss of thousands of Kentucky mining jobs on President Barack Obama's Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday and said his Democratic election rival would be a vote to continue them in Congress.

Sen. John Walsh leaves race amid plagiarism probe

08/07/2014 6:21pm
Montana U.S. Sen. John Walsh dropped his election campaign Thursday amid allegations he plagiarized large portions of a 2007 research project, leaving fellow Democrats to scramble for a replacement with the election less than three months away.

US Sen. Alexander fends off tea party in Tenn.

08/07/2014 7:41pm
U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander has defeated his tea party-backed challenger, state Rep. Joe Carr, in Tennessee's Republican primary.

US Sen. Lamar Alexander fends off tea party challenge in Tennessee's Republican primary

08/07/2014 7:41pm
US Sen. Lamar Alexander fends off tea party challenge in Tennessee's Republican primary.

DesJarlais bid to hang onto seat too close to call

08/07/2014 10:31pm
U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais, who has been battered by a series of scandals, is locked in a razor-thin battle to hang onto his seat in Tennessee's Republican primary.
 
   
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