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Sen. Mitch McConnell Working on Memoir

By Hillel Italie | May 26
Sen. Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, is working on a memoir.

George W. Bush Offered to Officiate Lesbian Wedding

By EDGE | May 26
It was recently reported that former president George W. Bush wanted to officiate the wedding of a same-sex couple.

Anti-Gay Bill Rejection Gives Jindal a Campaign Opportunity

May 26
By voting down a proposal to give special protections to people who oppose same-sex marriage, lawmakers thought they had put the divisive issue to bed and ended one of the major controversies of the legislative session.

Vermont's Sanders to Kick Off 2016 Campaign from Clinton's Left

By Dave Gram and Ken Thomas | May 26
For a vocal group of liberals who aren't satisfied with Hillary Rodham Clinton, Vermont's self-described "democratic socialist" senator isn't the candidate they want. But Bernie Sanders is the candidate they're about to get.

Perry Seeks to Win Over Iowa with Frequent Visits

By Catherine Lucey and Steve Peoples | May 25
Rick Perry's early, hands-on approach in Iowa contrasts with the 2016 presidential prospect's failed bid four years ago, when he entered the race relatively late and stumbled in the debates.

Launching Campaign, Sanders Appeals to Party's Warren Wing

By Ken Tomas | May 25
For Democrats who had hoped to lure Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren into a presidential campaign, independent Sen. Bernie Sanders might be the next best thing.

Meet the First GOP Lawmaker in Texas to Back Gay Marriage

By EDGE | May 24
As an anti-gay marriage letter circulated around the Texas House Republican caucus, one GOP lawmaker is breaking ranks with the party and has become the first Republican lawmaker in the state to publicly support same-sex marriage.

After Break, Senate to Reconsider Patriot Act Extension

By Ken Dilanian | May 23
Unable to end a struggle over how to deal with government surveillance programs, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell scheduled a last-minute session to consider retaining the National Security Agency's bulk collection of domestic phone records.

Huckabee Blasts the Media for Reporting on the Duggar Sex Scandal

By EDGE | May 23
TLC and the hate group who used to employ their son may be running from the Duggars like rats off a sinking ship, but Mike Huckabee is hanging in with them.

The Grand Ole' Party, the Sunshine State, and the 2016 Election

By Ian Maloney | May 23
Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush refuse to evolve on the issue of LGBT equality despite the overwhelming evidence that the rest of the country has had a profound shift toward that equality.

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