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Is Roger Wicker The Next Jim Inhofe (or Galileo)?

When Republicans turned the tables on an attempt by Democrats to pin them on the reality of climate change, only Sen. Roger Wicker didn't go along with the plan.

Mike Pence Isn't Preparing to Run for President

Despite the hype, there are few outward signs that Pence is doing anything but keeping his name in the presidential conversation.

Jeb Bush Survives CPAC. But Does He Have a Conservative Media Problem?

The former Florida governor got past the early boos. But there could be more to come.

Destruction in Donetsk, in Pictures

Ukrainian forces and rebel separatists survey the damage.

White House: President Obama Would Sign a Short-Term DHS Funding Bill

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest on Friday urged the House to pass a clean DHS funding bill, and not a stopgap measure.

American Meteorological Society: Dem’s Climate-Funding Probe Sends ‘Chilling Message’

Group says Rep. Raul Grijalva's inquiry is a risk to academic freedom.

Rick Santorum on ISIS: 'Bomb Them Back to the Seventh Century'

The former senator touted his national security credentials at CPAC on Friday.

Republicans Scramble for DHS Votes, Without Democrats' Help

GOP pulls the No Child Left Behind bill from floor schedule as leaders put out fires on the DHS front.

At CPAC, Rand Paul Says He Will Propose 'Largest Tax Cut in American History'

The senator from Kentuckyreceived a warm welcome at the annual conference on Friday.

What Happened When I Asked CPAC Conservatives 'Does Barack Obama Love This Country'

Answers split between 'yes' and 'no' until conversations moved the needle.

With Next Step Uncertain, Senate Approves Bill to Avoid DHS Shutdown

The House is working on an alternate three-week funding measure, and time is running out.

Republicans Put Their Stamp on Budget Agency

GOP names Keith Hall to head CBO, the Hill's most important fiscal referee.

Rick Perry Is Trying to Get His Groove Back at CPAC

Once a GOP front-runner, the former Texas governor is attempting to remake his reputation in a crowded field of 2016 contenders.

Marco Rubio Calls on Conservatives to 'Imagine' a New America

The senator from Florida and likely presidential contender looks to have regained the love of the CPAC crowd.

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