McConnell zeroes in on election — his own

McConnell zeroes in on election — his own

On Monday morning, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell huddled with a few top aides at the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s Capitol Hill headquarters — but the 2018 midterms weren’t on the agenda.

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Mark Sanford running scared in Trump-fueled primary

Mark Sanford running scared in Trump-fueled primary

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. — GOP Rep. Mark Sanford has spent the past three years torching President Donald Trump, firmly establishing himself as a staunch critic of the commander-in-chief who, unlike so many others in his party, never came around.

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Video: Perdue talks Senate calendar

Video: Perdue talks Senate calendar

Last month U.S. Senator David Perdue and like-minded senators penned a letter to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell urging him to keep the Senate in session to work on their legislative agenda. A month later and their wish has been granted.

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Trump blames Sessions for ongoing Mueller probe

Trump blames Sessions for ongoing Mueller probe

President Donald Trump blamed Attorney General Jeff Sessions for the Russia probe led by special counsel Robert Mueller, lamenting that he never would have asked Sessions to lead the Justice Department had he known the attorney general would recuse himself from investigations related to the 2016 election.

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Solar cell manufacturer makes big investment in Georgia

Solar cell manufacturer makes big investment in Georgia

More jobs are headed to North Georgia. A Korean company, which is a leader in the global solar industry, will create more than 500 jobs and invest $150 million in a new solar module manufacturing facility in Dalton, according to an announcement Wednesday by Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal.

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Virginia poised to expand Medicaid

Virginia poised to expand Medicaid

The Virginia Senate on Wednesday approved Medicaid expansion for hundreds of thousands of low-income adults, putting the state on the verge of becoming just the second to approve the major Obamacare program in the Trump era.

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Isakson applauds passage of ‘VA Mission Act’

Isakson applauds passage of ‘VA Mission Act’

The United States Senate passed bi-partisan legislation last week that Senator Johnny Isakson, (R-GA) believes will strengthen healthcare services at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) while streamlining the department’s community care programs to ensure veterans receive efficient, timely and quality care, whether inside the VA system or from providers in their communities.

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