Indiana’s Lugar faces Tea Party rival in primary INDIANAPOLIS — The face of Indiana politics for nearly four decades, Republican Sen. Richard Lugar is battling for political survival against a Tea Party-backed GOP challenger who says the senator has become more interested in compromising with liberals ... 12/2/2016 - 12:20 am | View Link
Sen. Richard Lugar defeated in Indiana's GOP primary Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana lost his re-election bid in the state's Republican primary Tuesday, ending the 36-year career of a GOP elder statesman and handing the Tea Party movement its biggest upset victory so far in the 2012 elections. According to the ... 05/9/2012 - 12:32 am | View Link
After Six Terms, Indiana's Lugar Loses Primary Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar's 36-year run in the U.S. Senate will soon come to a close. Lugar, 80, lost a challenge by Tea Party favorite Richard Mourdock in Tuesday's primary election. Mourdock, the state's treasurer, had criticized Lugar, saying the ... 05/8/2012 - 1:20 pm | View Link
Indiana's Lugar out after six terms in U.S. Senate Sign up for one of our email newsletters. WASHINGTON -- Six-term Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar was routed by the right flank of his own Republican Party on Tuesday night, and North Carolina voters decided overwhelmingly to strengthen their state's gay ... 05/8/2012 - 11:32 am | View Link
Indiana's long-serving Lugar fights for survival INDIANAPOLIS – The face of Indiana politics for nearly four decades, Republican Sen. Richard Lugar is battling for political survival against a tea party-backed GOP challenger who says the senator has become more interested in compromising with liberals ... 05/8/2012 - 5:50 am | View Link
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10 Senate seats that could flip in 2018 | TheHill Democrats reeling from a devastating election face a daunting task: the 2018 Senate map. It favors Republicans in a big way. The GOP will be defending just eight ... 11/16/2016 - 12:55 am | View Website
(WASHINGTON) — President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team is asking Energy Department employees for information about the agency’s operations and personnel, including a list of employees and contractors who attended international meetings on climate change over the past five years.
The detailed questionnaire seeks a list of all political appointees and senior executives and asks employees to offer their opinions on who “owns” the department’s clean energy mission and other policy goals.
The Kentuckiana Regional Planning & Development Agency, which coordinates Louisville-area highway-improvement planning, found that the most congested location in Jefferson County is on Preston Highway, between Cooper Chapel Road and the Gene Snyder F
(SANAA, Yemen) — A suicide bomber on Saturday blew himself up inside an army base in the southern city of Aden, killing 45 soldiers and wounding another 50, security officials said.
They said the bomber detonated a belt of explosives he was wearing amid hundreds of soldiers lining up to collect their salaries in the city’s Solban army base.
The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to brief the media.
Waleed Rashed, a soldier in the base, arrived at the scene shortly after the attack to find the area littered with bodies and blood.
“I could hear the wounded soldiers screaming for help,” he said.
Private cars were used to ferry the wounded to hospitals before ambulances arrived, he added.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack but it bore the hallmarks of al-Qaida, which has carried out a series of deadly attacks in Aden over the years, targeting government troops and senior security commanders.
The terror network’s branch in Yemen is thought to be the world’s most active.