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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

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House Fails To Pass Partial Funding For DHS

As of Friday evening at 5:30 pm EST, it is unclear how Congress will proceed in order to keep the Department of Homeland Security funded after the midnight deadline

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Senate Dems. Block Immigration Bill

The filibustered bill would have halted President Obama’s executive orders over immigration

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Senate Passes Clean DHS Funding Bill Through Fiscal Year

Senate Democrats have asked House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) to “skip the drama” and pass the same bill

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Boehner: New Net Neutrality Rules ‘Misguided’

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“Overzealous government bureaucrats should keep their hands off the Internet,” Boehner said in a statement Thursday.

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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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Senate To Proceed On DHS Funding Vote

The Senate voted 98-2 to proceed to a final vote to pass legislation without halting Obama’s executive actions over immigration

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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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House Panel Establishes Terrorist Foreign Fighter Task Force

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“We face a constantly evolving terrorist threat to the United States homeland, and Congress must remain vigilant to protect the American people,” Rep. Kalto said.

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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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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

House Fails To Pass Partial Funding For DHS

As of Friday evening at 5:30 pm EST, it is unclear how Congress will proceed in order to keep the Department of Homeland Security funded after the midnight deadline