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FBI probe of NTTA includes Wendy Davis file, Travis DA’s office says
Powerful earthquake shakes Mexico City, Acapulco
Dallas Cowboys tackle Henry Melton, bar owner settle lawsuit over assault claims
Bankruptcy judge issues split decision in American Airlines retiree benefit case
Dallas ISD school starts memorial fund to assist family of student who died in hit-and-run
Churches reach out as Easter falls on pot holy day 420
Race for 2nd in D-FW sports radio heats up between The Fan, ESPN; The Ticket solidly No. 1
Texas adds 9,100 jobs in March; unemployment falls to 5.5 percent
MiamiHerald.com: Political Currents
Immigrant tuition bill reopens rift in Republican party
The abrupt announcement that a bill to give some undocumented immigrants in-state tuition would not, in effect, get a vote in Tallahassee caught Gov. Rick Scott and other Republicans by surprise.
Florida lawmakers consider healthcare law change aimed at Jackson
A Central Florida lawmaker wants to “take the politics out of labor negotiations” involving the public health trust.
Crist delivers blistering attack of Scott
Delivering an opening salvo in his campaign to return to office, former Gov. Charlie Crist heaped blistering criticism Monday on his successor, a preview of the attack Gov. Rick Scott faces from his likely opponent.
Did more than 3 million young adults get health coverage from parents' plans?
There’s no way to get an exact figure, but President Obama’s point that the federal health car law’s mandate has increased coverage is valid.
Democrats resort to ‘political stunts’ to call attention to raising Florida’s minimum wage, Republicans say
Some Republican lawmakers are accusing their Democratic colleagues of resorting to ‘political stunts’ to draw attention to proposals to raise the minimum wage.
Fred Grimm: Zombie Apocalypse bill comes to life
It’s the only plausible explanation for what happened last week in Tallahassee. Florida lawmakers are getting us ready for the zombie apocalypse.
Former Congressman David Rivera’s friend Ana Alliegro denied bond, remains in jail
A federal magistrate said Ana Alliegro, who faces charges of campaign finance fraud, will remain in jail — at least for now.
Gov. Rick Scott’s negotiations with Seminole Tribe could be a blueprint for gaming’s future in Florida
Gov. Rick Scott’s compact negotiations with the Seminole Tribe could be a blueprint for what Florida may look like for years to come.
New York Times
NYT > Politics
New Batch of Clinton Documents Released
The topics in the Clinton administration documents include the conflicts in Somalia and Rwanda, Middle East peace talks, the Oklahoma City bombing and the attempt to overhaul the health care system.
National Briefing | Military: Another Charge in Navy Bribe Case
A Navy enlisted man was charged in a complaint unsealed Thursday with accepting $1,000-a-month in cash, trips and consumer electronics for supplying a Malaysian contractor with sensitive Navy ship schedules.
Sebelius Says She’s Not Interested in Senate Run
Kathleen Sebelius, who is ending her tenure as health and human services secretary, had been sought out to challenge Senator Pat Roberts, a Republican.
Clinton Backer Pleads Guilty in a Straw Donor Scheme
Sant Singh Chatwal, who owns the Chatwal and the Dream hotels and the Bombay Palace restaurant chain, admitted illegally funneling $180,000 to three candidates.
Enrollments Exceed Obama’s Target for Health Care Act
Eight million people have signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, including what the White House said were a sufficient number of young, healthy adults needed to maintain the plan’s viability.
Washington Retail District’s Future Rides on Streetcars
This summer, after 65 years, streetcars will again travel the former H Street NE shopping district and hopes are high that they will drive development.
Chelsea Clinton Says She Is Expecting
Ms. Clinton made the surprise announcement during an event in New York that she and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, are expecting a child this fall.
Political Ads, Often Negative, Try Instead to Accentuate the Positive
Some of the best-known “super PACs” are making an effort to also cast their candidates in an appealing way instead of solely attacking opponents.
The New York Observer
New York Observer » Channels » Politics
Jeff Klein Allies Ready to Pummel Oliver Koppell As Challenge Decision Nears
Surrogates for State Senator Jeff Klein are ready to pounce as Oliver Koppell challenge nears.
Councilman Vacca Says NYPD Experiencing ‘Critical Staffing Shortage’
Bronx Councilman Jimmy Vacca is urging Mayor Bill de Blasio to increase NYPD staffing levels in his soon-to-be-delivered executive budget.
Democrat James Sanders Open to Jeff Klein Being a Leader in the Democratic Conference [Update]
State Senator James Sanders is open to IDC leader Jeff Klein returning to the Democratic conference.
Morning Politics: ‘Assumptions Based on Photographs’
The New York Observer's Morning Politics.
Cynthia Lopez to Be Named Next Film Commissioner
Documentary filmmaker Cynthia Lopez has been tapped to be the city's next film commissioner.
Hillary Clinton Praises ‘Incredibly Brave’ Young Woman Admitting Undocumented Status
Hillary Clinton today praised an "incredibly brave" young woman for admitting she's an undocumented immigrant at a No Ceilings event.
De Blasio to Return Chatwal Campaign Cash
Mayor Bill de Blasio's campaign will return all cash raised by Sant Singh Chatwal, the hotel magnate who pleaded guilty today to finance fraud.
Michael Grimm Missing From Another Bill de Blasio Sandy Event
Congressman Michael Grimm was missing from another Mayor Bill de Blasio-hosted Hurricane Sandy event on Staten Island.
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