David Koch Stepping Down From Business and Political Activities

Billionaire David Koch is stepping down from the family’s business and conservative political empire because of health issues, according to a letter his older brother sent to company employees Tuesday.

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Bill Clinton Apologizes Again After NBC Interview

Former President Bill Clinton was condemned by critics of all political stripes Monday after he refused to acknowledge he owed Monica Lewinsky an apology for the biggest scandal of the 90s.

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Favored governor candidates snubbed in Minnesota conventions

Both leading candidates to become Minnesota’s next governor failed to nab their party’s endorsement at conventions on Saturday, as party activists picked outsiders who hew more closely to their respective bases. State Rep. Erin Murphy won an endorsement from Democrats at their convention in Rochester, after a six-ballot battle with Rep. Timothy James Walz Senate must pass Mission Act to give veterans care they deserve Avoid political games with crucial VA reform bill House panel advances major VA reform bill MORE In Duluth, state Republicans picked Hennepin County Commissioner Jeff Johnson , the party’s 2014 nominee for governor.

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Final Act In This Year’s Farm Bill Fight Offers Food Stamps Recipients Brief Reprieve

With an artificial deadline threatening to undermine their campaign to cut food stamps, House conservatives tried on Thursday to force Senate Democrats to push the cutoff date for a farm bill compromise to the end of January. The rationale behind the …

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David Koch, Billionaire Political Donor, Announces Retirement

Billionaire donor David Koch has said he is stepping down from his business and political roles over health concerns. Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP hide caption David Koch, one half of the billionaire duo that built one of the nation’s largest privately owned companies and one of its most controversial political networks, has announced his retirement from politics and business.

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