New Poll Suggests Democrats Face Uphill Battle in November
WASHINGTON (AP) — The latest Associated Press-GfK poll holds some ominous signs for congressional Democrats going into the November elections.
Rep. Jack Kingston Uses Obama Sound-Alike in Campaign Video
A Republican running in the crowded Georgia Senate primary is running ads that feature an imaginary phone call from President Barack Obama, a Democrat.
[UPDATE] Fort Hood Shooter Confirmed As Soldier Being Assessed for PTSD
FORT HOOD, TEXAS (AP) _ A Fort Hood official says the shooter in Wednesday afternoon's attack at the central Texas army post was a soldier being assessed for whether he had PTSD, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
House Budget Leader Jim Fannin Criticizes Jindal Health Care Proposal
A House budget leader says Gov. Bobby Jindal's 2014-15 health care budget proposal includes $680 million in piecemeal financing that puts services in a precarious position.
Greg Abbott and Wendy Davis Spar Over Education
Republican Greg Abbott has tried to shift the Texas governor's race back to education — but not over classroom spending cuts.
Senate Candidates Call Out Bill Cassidy, Others for Off-the-Cuff Remarks
WASHINGTON (AP) — Politicians keep making regrettable remarks that their opponents record and distribute, despite years of cautionary examples.
Winning Lottery Numbers, Saturday, March 29
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Louisiana Lottery Corp. says estimated jackpots are going up for Powerball, Lotto and Easy 5.
Court Finds School Not Responsible in Football Player’s Death
A state district court jury has found Union Parish Schools not responsible in the 2010 death of a Farmerville High School football player.
Jay Paterno Abandons Pennsylvania Lt. Governor Race
Jay Paterno, the son of the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, has dropped out of the race for Pennsylvania lieutenant governor.
Republicans Rally Against Internet Gambling
WASHINGTON (AP) — Three Republican governors who weren't invited to GOP super donor Sheldon Adelson's political gathering in Las Vegas are nonetheless trumpeting their agreement with him against Internet gambling.