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Win Lunch with Bush; Owe Uncle Sam.

For political-sweepstakes winners, there really is no such thing as a "free" lunch.

Hillary Clinton to Launch Her Campaign, Again

Big rally set for June to outline the main themes of her candidacy.  

The Unquenchable Thirst For Supreme Court Tea Leaves

During the "silly season" of waiting for big decisions, court watchers obsess over any hint—no matter how insignificant.

High-Ranking Feds Arrested for Allegedly Moonlighting as Strip-Club Owners

The DEA agents were allegedly involved in hiring, firing, and paying bartenders, dancers, and bouncers.

Newly Released Clinton Emails Detail Benghazi Correspondence

Adviser reported early evidence that attacks were not precipitated by anti-Islam video.

Latino Donors Weigh How Much Support to Give Loretta Sanchez's Senate Bid

The Hispanic political community has wanted a candidate in the California Senate race. But will it direct full financial resources to a long-shot race?

Conservative Group Launches Ads Against Republicans

The Club For Growth targets incumbents for support of the Export-Import Bank.  

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