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White House officials are locked in an intense debate over whether President Barack Obama should announce a plan to defer deportations for millions of undocumented immigrants before Election Day — mindful that whichever choice they make could be tagged ...   Politico   -  15 minutes ago
Mitt Romney could run again in 2016 if certain Republicans have their way, and according to recent polling that shows he’d win a do-over, it might not be such a bad idea. This was the logic that Reihan Salam adopted in his recent piece for Slate ...   The Inquisitr   -  23 minutes ago
(CNN) -- One St. Louis-area police officer resigned and another retired in the continued fallout from questionable police actions in the days after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in a Missouri suburb. The moves bring to three the number of ...   WPTV   -  23 minutes ago
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - North Carolina government has undergone a dramatic shift to the right. How voters feel about Republican control should shade Election Day results for the U.S. Senate and on down the ballot. A state government dominated by Democrats for ...   WCNC Charlotte   -  24 minutes ago
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A surly electorate that holds Congress in even lower regard than unpopular President Barack Obama is willing to "keep the bums in," with at least 365 incumbents in the 435-member House and 18 of 28 senators on a glide path to another term when ballots are ...   Deseret News   -  24 minutes ago
This week Alaskans saw their civil liberties wrecked on the rock of “political correctness” when Gov. Parnell vetoed Senate Bill 108. In this era of “group rights” at the expense of individual liberties, and the almost complete abandonment of our ...   Anchorage Daily News   -  25 minutes ago
State government next week begins to emerge from its August slumber, with a report on health care spending due out on Tuesday, the Supreme Judicial Court holding its first sessions since Ralph Gants was confirmed as chief justice and July addition of ...   Capecode Today   -  26 minutes ago
TRENTON, New Jersey — Gov. Chris Christie has been traveling the country to bolster Republican candidates in attention-grabbing events from New Hampshire to Arkansas, but he hasn't had much success in getting members of his party elected at home.   Greenfield Daily Reporter   -  28 minutes ago
Hawaii governor Neil Abercrombie says his overwhelming reelection defeat in the Democratic primary is not due to his own failures with voters but is actually retribution for his support for marriage equality. The winner, state Sen. David Ige, also supports ...   Advocate   -  31 minutes ago
BOISE, Idaho -- Idaho's red state roots haven't faded, but political infighting inside its Republican Party has left many feeling disenfranchised with the so-called traditional GOP candidates who will appear on this year's election ballot. Tea party voters ...   The Miami Herald   -  33 minutes ago