CNN Site Map for Section Politics (Galleries) for March - 2013
- 2013-03-27Supporters of same-sex marriage wave flags and signs as they rally in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday, March 27, in Washington. The justices heard two cases this week related to state and federal laws restricting same-sex marriage.
- 2013-03-27A recently released series of rare photos show President John F. Kennedy and his family enjoying a weekend at Camp David, 50 years ago this month. Here, the president and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy stand with John Jr., with daughter Caroline on horseba
- 2013-03-25Charles Cooper is the lead attorney for proponents of Proposition 8, California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage. The U.S. Supreme Court is taking up the issue of same-sex marriage in two momentous cases on Tuesday, March 26, and Wednesday,
- 2013-03-22During World War II, Japanese-Americans living on the West Coast were rounded up and placed into internment camps. About 200,000 Japanese-Americans were kept behind barbed-wire. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan apologized to the families of the victims fo
- 2013-03-21CNN Chief National Correspondent John King talks to the owner of an Israeli security training center while covering President Barack Obama's visit to the region. King and CNN producer Tasha Diakides have been documenting their Middle East trip on Ins
- 2013-03-20President George W. Bush was the head cheerleader at boarding school Philips Academy before attending Yale, where he continued his cheerleading career. Bush also was a rugby union player for Yale's first XV. Click through to see other U.S. politician
- 2013-03-20Elizabeth Colbert Busch, sister of "The Colbert Report" host and comedian Stephen Colbert, won the Democratic nomination for a congressional seat in South Carolina on Tuesday, but she's not the only politician to have a celebrity in the fam
- 2013-03-13Despite a number of bipartisan "gangs" of lawmakers trying to break legislative logjams, there aren't many recent examples of Democrats and Republicans working together to craft significant legislation.
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- 2013-03-07Although impressive, Sen. Rand Paul's 13-hour filibuster over the nomination of John Brennan as CIA director wasn't the longest in history. But it was a rare example of the lengths senators will go to make sure they're heard.