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Liberian President Asks that U.S. Maintain Ebola Aid

“We want to thank you for standing firm…and rallying the American people to see this for what it was,” the Liberian President said to Obama.

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U.S. Economic Growth In Fourth Quarter Revised Down By 0.4%

The economy as measured by the gross domestic product grew at an annual rate of 2.2%, weaker than the 2.6% first estimated last month

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Listen: TRNS At CPAC 2015

TRNS was at CPAC’s Radio Row

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U.S. Intelligence Chief: 2014 Deadliest Year For Global Terrorism

Clapper also supports arming Ukrainian forces against Russian-backed separatists.

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Democratic Leaders Pelosi & Reid: We’re Not Going To Play Games With DHS Budget

“If they send over a bill with all the riders in it, they’ve shut down the government,” Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid told reporters Thursday.

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Three DHS Leaders Come Together To Urge Congress To Act

Former DHS Secretaries under George W. Bush Tom Ridge and Michael Chertoff, joined current DHS Sec. Jeh Johnson at the department urging Congress to act on passing a funding bill

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Poll: Scott Walker Leads In Iowa

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker received the majority of support from Republican caucus-goers according to a new poll

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Obama Launches Multi-Agency Cybersecurity Center

The Cybersecurity center will be utilized by providing policymakers with a cross-agency view of foreign cyber threats, their severity, and potential attribution

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Former Ohio Governor Strickland Announces Run for Senate

In an e-mail to his supporters, Ted Strickland announced his plan to run for Senate as the Democratic nominee in 2016

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Republicans Share Their Disapproval of Keystone Veto

House Speaker John Boehner called the president’s veto “a national embarrassment”

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Monday, March 2

● Foreign ownership of U.S. securities

● Bank fined for facilitating corrupt judges

● SEC charges Portuguese Ponzi schemers

● U.S. fires student debt collectors

● Slams, crams and phone company scams

● Record bust at the border

 

Monday at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court building, Washington, D.C. (Photo by James Cullum)

On Monday, the Supreme Court will hear a case involving congressional redistricting and a case about teachers’ reports of child abuse

Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) speaks at te Conservative Political Action Conference 2015, National Harbor, Feb. 27, 2015. (Photo by James Cullum)

Jeb Bush got fifth place.

Photos: Bush, Paul, Santorum at CPAC 2015

Oh, and how could we forget Donald Trump? He was there, too.

Eleventh Hour: House Extends DHS Funding For Seven Days

The Senate earlier passed the seven-day extension bill, giving House Republicans a pass on a possible DHS shutdown

U.S. And Cuba Hold Embassy Establishment Talks

The U.S. delegation hopes that talks of an Embassy in Havana could be finalized by April, when the Summit of Americas is scheduled to convene