The House of Representatives voted on March 3 to fund the Department of Homeland Security through September 30, the end of the current fiscal year. The Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2015 (H.R. 240) was passed by a vote of 257-167 with undivided support from 182 Democrats. Only 75 Republicans voted for the bill, with 167 opposed.

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky came in first for the third straight year and Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin made a strong second-place showing Saturday at the end of the three-day Conservative Political Action Conference.

Sen. Rand Paul got a rousing response from a lively crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday, as he announced his proposal for the "largest tax cut in American history."

If the water pressure suddenly dropped in the greater Washington, D.C. Friday, it may have meant that former Florida Governor and early 2016 Republican presidential frontrunner Jeb Bush was on stage.

Unions suffer another loss in Wisconsin, while Governor Scott Walker enjoys the ride toward the White House.

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