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Once their rallying cry, Obamacare is suddenly a sticky campaign issue for Republicans

Republicans are heading into a national election deeply divided and defensive over healthcare, the very issue that propelled them to majorities in the House and Senate.

Microsoft ties fake websites to Russian hackers ahead of midterm election

A group affiliated with the Russian government created phony versions of five websites — including some related to public policy and to the U.S. Senate, according to Microsoft.

Female lobbyist lodges complaint that state Sen. Joel Anderson threatened to hit her

Anderson is facing a legislative investigation after a female lobbyist accused him of threatening to hit her and harassing her at a Capitol-area bar last week, sources say.

Effort to end cash bail in California clears major hurdle in Legislature

The bill passed out of the state Assembly, clearing a major legislative hurdle despite mounting opposition to last-minute changes.

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