California Republican eyeing governorship hit for hard-line illegal immigration stance

A California Republican with strong views about illegal immigration is facing party backlash after expressing interest in running for governor in 2014 – a sign the party is committed to its post-election pledge to connect with Hispanic voters.

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Rep. King is ‘sure’ House Homeland Security panel will probe White House intruder incidentComments Off

Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., said Sunday that he expects the House will hold a hearing on the weekend incident in which a man carrying a knife got inside the White House front door before being apprehended by the Secret Service.

Rep. King is ‘sure’ House Homeland Security panel will probe White House intruder incidentComments Off

Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., said Sunday that he expects the House will hold a hearing on the weekend incident in which a man carrying a knife got inside the White House front door before being apprehended by the Secret Service.

Sick veterans who served at shuttered, toxic Army base turn to Congress, VA for helpComments Off

Ailing veterans who were stationed at the now-shuttered Fort McClellan believe they were exposed to dangerous chemicals — and they’re looking anew to fresh leadership at the VA, and allies in Congress, to finally take on their case.

GOP Hall of Famer Dole to stump for incumbent Sen. Roberts in home state KansasComments Off

The campaign for incumbent Kansas GOP Sen. Pat Roberts is reaching into the GOP hall of fame to try to win a tight race and help the party take control of the Senate — bringing 91-year-old Bob Dole on the trail.

Will Tea Party, GOP establishment be ‘mending fences’ to win Senate in November?Comments Off

After a long, unapologetic effort to defeat Tea Party and other so-called “unelectable” candidates in GOP primaries, the Washington establishment will likely need Tea Party voters in November to help swing several tight Senate races and win control of the upper chamber.

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