State civic, business leaders push immigration reform

At a press conference on Thursday, a coalition said that the so-called "Gang of Eight" legislation currently before the U.S. Senate would benefit Tennessee. More

Obama campaign in Tennessee gears up for tougher general election fight than in 2008

Uncontested in upcoming primary, president must decide whether to spend resources in a state he likely can’t win More

New poll: President Obama hits all-time lows in Tennessee

Cain, Perry, Romney hold strong state leads over president More

Alexander's leadership exit move was coy; Tea Party response was anything but

Veteran senator says he will run again in 2014, but some are doubtful More

Tennessee Tea Party groups to sponsor rally for Gibson CEO

Conservatives view Juszkiewicz as victim of alleged federal government intrusion More

Local gay rights activists to toast repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

Tennessee Equality Project chair says federal policy change offers 'something to celebrate' More

Gibson CEO to attend Obama speech as Rep. Blackburn's guest

Congresswoman sees Juszkiewicz as type business owner feds need to work with More

Congress’ recent debt deal likely to hit Nashville’s social services

Metro Action Commission, MDHA among those entities expected to be impacted More

Burch: Boehner's billion dollar boner

House speaker's original plan limited to political grandstanding  More

Up for Debate: Behind the children

‘The City Paper’ asks its readers to weigh in on an issue of the day. More
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