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Democratic candidate Elizabeth Colbert Busch, left, looks at former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford as she answers a question during the 1st Congressional...
Democratic candidate Elizabeth Colbert Busch, left, looks at former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford as she answers a question during the 1st Congressional...
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Mark Sanford and Elizabeth Colbert Busch debated last night ahead of the special election to fill the vacant House seat in South Carolina. And it didn’t take long for Colbert Busch to bring up Sanford’s infidelity and infamous “hike” on the Appalachian Trail.

Senator Ted Cruz isn’t making friends on Capitol Hill: Cruz has shown little regard for decorum and has now broke with Senate tradition to publicly discuss a closed-door party meeting and trash his Republican colleagues and call them names.

Today is primary day in the Massachusetts Senate special election.

A new 2016 poll finds Marco Rubio with a slight edge over the GOP field, while Hillary Clinton continues to trounce all potential Democratic contenders.

President Obama phoned NBA center Jason Collins, who became the first male athlete in a major American team sport to come out.

New Jersey governor Chris Christie continues to praise President Obama’s leadership in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Ron Paul says the police operation to find the Boston Marathon bombers was an affront to liberty and more frightening than the bombing itself. He called it a “military-style occupation of an American city.”

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Let Me Start: Colbert Busch goes 'there'

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