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U.S. Senator Rubio could announce White ...

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) addresses the International Association of Firefighters delegates at IAFF Presidential Forum') top left no-repeat;U.S. Senator Marco Rubio is likely to make an announcement on his bid for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on April 13 in Miami, according to a local news report. The Cuban-American from Florida has reserved the Freedom Tower in downtown Miami for an undisclosed event, the Tampa Bay Times reported on Friday night. It said the venue was a potential spot for Rubio to make his presidential bid official. The 1926 Mediterranean-style building was used to process and help refugees fleeing communist Cuba after Fidel Castro seized power there in 1959, the Tampa paper said. (full story)

Congo Republic president says expects ...

Congo's President Sassou Nguesso speaks during a news conference at Carthage Palace in Tunis') top left no-repeat;By Aaron Ross BRAZZAVILLE - The President of Congo Republic, Denis Sassou Nguesso, said on Friday he expected a referendum on a change to the constitution that would allow him to stand next year for a third term at the helm of the oil-producing nation. Sassou Nguesso has ruled the central African country for most of the last 35 years and any bid to extend his tenure would be closely watched on a continent where several leaders are approaching the end of their mandates. In an interview with Reuters Sassou Nguesso declined to say if he wanted another term, but acknowledged that a referendum would be sought that would make it possible for him to stay in power. "We must not link my candidature to the debate over the constitution. (full story)

Senate Democrat Reid to retire; wants ...

Video grab shows U.S. Senate Democratic leader Reid announcing he will not seek re-election in Washington') top left no-repeat;By Susan Heavey and Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON - U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid said on Friday he will retire next year and threw his weight behind New York Senator Chuck Schumer to replace him as leader after he leaves office. Reid will stay in his post for another 22 months but his announcement positions Schumer, a New Yorker and Wall Street ally, as his heir apparent as the party gears up to try to regain control of the Senate in elections next year. Schumer immediately began rounding up supporters, while his nearest potential rival, Illinois Senator Dick Durbin, announced through a spokesman that he will support Schumer to be the Senate Democrats' next leader after the November 2016 elections. "I am honored and humbled to have the support of so many of my colleagues and look forward to our Senate Democratic Caucus continuing to fight for the middle class," Schumer said in a statement. (full story)

Exclusive: Upset by Warren, U.S. banks ...

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks at a news conference to warn about the abolishment of Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the proposed budget put forward by Senate Republicans') top left no-repeat;By Emily Flitter NEW YORK - Big Wall Street banks are so upset with U.S. Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren's call for them to be broken up that some have discussed withholding campaign donations to Senate Democrats in symbolic protest, sources familiar with the discussions said. Representatives from Citigroup, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America, have met to discuss ways to urge Democrats, including Warren and Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown, to soften their party's tone toward Wall Street, sources familiar with the discussions said this week. (full story)

Wisconsin's Walker denies changing stance ...

Likely 2016 Republican U.S. presidential hopeful Scott Walker's stance on illegal immigrants remains unchanged, his spokeswoman said on Thursday, disputing a report that he favored letting them stay in the country and eventually become eligible for citizenship. Kirsten Kukowski, a spokeswomen for the Wisconsin governor, labeled as "erroneous" a Wall Street Journal report detailing what the newspaper called Walker's shift in stance on the matter. "Governor Walker has been very clear that he does not support amnesty and believes that border security must be established and the rule of law must be followed," Kukowski said in an emailed statement. "His position has not changed, he does not support citizenship for illegal immigrants, and this story line is false," Kukowski added. (full story)
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