Sen. Warner pushes for student debt relief plan at VCU Mark Warner (D – Virginia) pushed for a student loan debt and relief plan during a visit at VCU on Wednesday. Warner, who is challenged by Republican Ed Gillespie and Libertarian Robert Sarvis in the November 4 election, proposed bipartisan legislation ... 09/3/2014 - 10:56 am | View Link
Embattled Sen. Mark Begich's Secret Weapon: Alaska Mark Begich wants Alaskans ... In Washington, Begich joined the Democratic Party's Senate leadership team and voted with his party to approve Obama's health care overhaul. But he opposed Democratic pushes for expanded gun sale background checks and his ... 08/20/2014 - 5:25 am | View Link
Sen. Warner discusses college affordability with students, parents Warner joined Sens. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) to introduce The Student Right to Know Before You Go Act. The bipartisan legislation would ... what degrees and colleges lead to good-paying jobs.” Akilah Sami, a guidance counselor at ... 11/25/2013 - 6:53 pm | View Link
Sen. Bennet seeks bipartisan assurances in taking partisan job that the job would not imperil relationships he has painstakingly built in four years on Capitol Hill. "I ... wanted to make sure it would not interfere with my ability to work in a bipartisan way in the Senate," Bennet said in a short, guarded phone ... 12/9/2012 - 6:06 pm | View Link
VA-Sen: Mark Warner (D) Leaning More Towards Capitol Hill Than Richmond In the Senate, Warner serves in six committees and eight subcommittees. Though a populist moderate, Warner has been a big supporter of cap and trade laws and has been a big supporter of battling climate change and creating green energy jobs. Warner also ... 11/19/2012 - 6:08 am | View Link
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Chuck Schumer Charles Ellis "Chuck" Schumer (/ ˈ ʃ uː m ər /; born November 23, 1950) is the senior United States Senator from New York and a member of the Democratic Party. 10/5/2015 - 8:33 am | View Website
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Ron Wyden Ronald Lee "Ron" Wyden (born May 3, 1949) is the senior United States Senator for Oregon, serving since 1996, and a member of the Democratic Party. 10/5/2015 - 12:04 am | View Website
Roanoke Times: Blue Ridge Caucus News, weather, and sports in Roanoke and Blacksburg, VA ... Brammer, Tommie Wayne. Tommie Wayne Brammer, 57, of Surfside, S.C., and formerly of Collinsville, passed ... 10/4/2015 - 9:34 pm | View Website
In a long interview with fashion website Showstudio, the rapper candidly discussed class, race, family and the roots of hip-hop’s problem with women Michelangelo and Picasso, so often celebrated for their contributions to art history, now have something else in common. Kanye West likened himself to
<p>Gallup has been the country's gold standard for horse-race election polling ever since its legendary founder, George Gallup, predicted Franklin Roosevelt's landslide reelection in 1936.</p><p>But after a bruising 2012 cycle, in which its polls were farther off than most of its competitors, Gallup told POLITICO it isn't planning any polls for the presidential primary horse race this cycle.
<p>The federal government could earn tens of billions of dollars by selling a stockpile of unneeded but highly coveted airwaves, but Congress' own inflexible budgeting rules are depriving taxpayers of a potential windfall, say regulators and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.</p><p>Under the rule set in place after the sequester negotiations of 2011, Congress won't approve any new spending without an equal amount of increased revenue.
<p>Three days, four appearances: Hillary Clinton just hit a free media jackpot on the NBCUniversal network.</p><p>Over a 72-hour-period beginning Saturday evening, the Democratic front-runner showed up in rapid-fire succession on four NBC-related properties — “Saturday Night Live,” “Politics Nation with Al Sharpton” on MSNBC, a “Today Show” hosted town hall and an interview on Telemundo – a feat that’s left media consultants, competitors at rival networks and even some at NBC itself wondering how she got so much quality air time.</p><p>Clinton and NBC insiders insist the various interviews came together independently of each other, and that there was no coordination by the network.</p><p>But several media observers found it hard to believe that the concentrated appearances – on some of the network’s most high-profile shows – were pure happenstance.</p><p>“These things are carefully orchestrated by both networks and campaigns it’s this intricate dance.