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11 Senate Democrats to Obama: Approve Keystone XL
The five-year review of the Canada-to-Texas pipeline has been "exhaustive in its time, breadth and scope" and has taken longer than reasonably justified, the senators wrote to the president.
GOP field grows in race for Okla.'s 3rd District
A former candidate for governor in Oklahoma and a former Democratic candidate for the U.S. House are now running for the Republican nomination to the U.S. House in Oklahoma's 3rd Congressional District.
Mom drops lawsuit over Indian girl's adoption
An attorney says Christy Maldonado wanted to end the lawsuit once Matt and Melanie Capobianco were reunited with Veronica.
State bars indicted energy companies from auctions
Oklahoma City-based Chesapeake and Calgary, Alberta-based Encana deny colluding on the bids in 2010 and say they'll fight the charges.
OKC Republican, Independent join governor's race
Both Oklahoma City lawyer Chad Moody and Christian motorcyclist Joe Sills say legalizing marijuana is their top priority.
Judges in Utah gay marriage case question lawyers
But Judge Paul J. Kelly Jr. suggested Utah does have the right to reaffirm what has been a centuries-long tradition of heterosexual marriage.
Shoe thrown at Hillary Clinton during speech
Rosen said the woman had walked down the aisle to within six rows of the front of the seating area, threw the items, turned around, put her hands in the air and walked toward the back of the room. Security officers quickly caught up with her.
5 charged in kidnapping of prosecutor's father
During the abduction, the kidnappers took a picture of Frank Arthur Janssen tied up in a chair and sent it to his wife, threatening to torture and dismember him if she went to police, according to court documents.
Obama marks 50th anniversary of Civil Rights Act
Obama spoke at the end of a three-day summit commemorating the landmark law that ended racial discrimination in public places. The anniversary has spurred a renaissance of sorts for Johnson’s domestic agenda, which included the creation of Medicare, Medicaid and the Voting Rights Act.
Jeb Bush remarks expose GOP’s immigration problem
In a speech Thursday night to an annual gathering of Connecticut Republicans, Bush noted the negative response to his remarks but said he sees no conflict between enforcing the law and “having some sensitivity to the immigrant experience.”
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