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Dems Push To Let Young Undocumented Immigrants Enlist

“By allowing them to enlist we … ensure that all branches of our military stay fully staffed,” Rep. Polis (D-Colo.) said.

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Pelosi: Keep 2008 Bill And Border Funds Separate

“Don’t hold the children hostage to the cosmetics of how tough you are on the border,” Pelosi said.

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Poll: Majority Opposed To Both Impeachment And Lawsuit

65 percent said that Obama should not be impeached while 57 percent opposed the Republicans’ lawsuit.

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Admin Official: ISIS Poised To Spread

“They are training in Syria and are recruiting over social media which is something that we have never seen before,” said McGurk.

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Dems Call For $10.10 Minimum Wage After 5 Years Without Hike

“Over the past five years, minimum wage earners have been working harder than ever, only to see their pay continually cut. This is wrong and an affront to the promise of the American Dream,” Rep. George Miller (D-Calif.) said.

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House Rules Committee Approves Resolution for Lawsuit Against Obama

The Committee approved the resolution with a 7-4 vote split entirely on party lines.

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Boehner Points To September For CR Bill

The resolution is expected to last until early December.

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Ryan’s Poverty Plan Calls For Consolidating 11 Federal Programs

The plan is intended to “take decision making away from Washington” by transferring power to individual states.

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Poll: Florida Voters Back Hillary Over Jeb, Rubio

Clinton leads Bush 49-42 percent and Rubio 53-59 percent.

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IRS Stopped Internal Lerner Email Investigation

“We have gone out of our way not to talk to anyone that they might potentially want to interview about what happened three years ago when the hard drives crashed,” said Koskinen.

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Israel And Hamas Agree To 12-hour Ceasefire

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shake hands amid a news conference in Jerusalem on December 5, 2013. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]

The temporary truce, mediated by the United Nations, will start at approximately 8 am Israeli time Saturday morning

House Oversight Committee Rejects White House Immunity Claim

“Failing to comply with a Congressional subpoena is a serious matter,” said Committee Chair Rep. Darryl Issa (R-CA).

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A pending ceasefire deal to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Ukraine’s Prime Minister steps aside, and the third commercial airline crash in a week.

Dems Push To Let Young Undocumented Immigrants Enlist

“By allowing them to enlist we … ensure that all branches of our military stay fully staffed,” Rep. Polis (D-Colo.) said.

Pentagon: Russia Likely Transferring Heavy Weapons Into Ukraine

Ukrainian separatists could be heavily equipped with tanks, armored vehicles and rockets “potentially today”

Pelosi: Keep 2008 Bill And Border Funds Separate

“Don’t hold the children hostage to the cosmetics of how tough you are on the border,” Pelosi said.