LIVE: 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC)

The 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference is being held from March 6th-8th in Washington D.C. THis year's speakers include Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Rand Paul (R-KY) and many other conservative lawmakers. Sarah Palin will close out the event with a speech on Saturday at 6pm ET. You can view live stream coverage of the event, along with the full schedule, below.

9:00 a.m. - Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)
9:16 a.m. - Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA)
9:24 a.m. - Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI)
9:40 a.m. - Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC)
10:19 a.m. - Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
11:45 a.m. - Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ)
12:00 p.m. - Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA)
12:16 p.m. - Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
12:31 p.m. - Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT)
2:45 p.m. - Donald Trump

9:00 a.m. - Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX)
9:16 a.m. - Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX)
10:23 a.m. - Former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR)
11:15 a.m. - Ralph Reed, founder of the Faith and Freedom Coalition
2:26 p.m. - Former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA)
2:40 p.m. - Al Cardenas, chairman of the American Conservative Union
2:51 p.m. - Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)

12:45 p.m. - Newt Gingrich, former House Speaker
1:12 p.m. - Jim DeMint, president of the Heritage Foundation
5:23 p.m. - Straw poll
5:45 pm. - Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK)

You can view the full CPAC 2014 conference schedule HERE.

House Votes Overwhelmingly for Budget Peace

Battle-fatigued and suddenly bipartisan, the House voted Thursday night to ease across-the-board federal spending cuts and prevent future government shutdowns. (Dec. 12)

Bipartisan Negotiators Reach Modest Budget Pact

Congressional negotiators reached a modest U.S. budget agreement Tuesday to restore about $63 billion in automatic spending cuts and eliminate the threat of another partial government shutdown early next year. The AP's Andrew Taylor comments. (Dec. 11)

White House: Obama, Netanyahu Discussed Iran

The White House says President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed the nuclear deal with Iran. It says the President assured Netanyahu that the US and Israel both want to keep Iran from getting a nuclear weapon. (Nov. 25)

50 Years Later, a Somber Nation Honors JFK

From a street in downtown Dallas to the site of the eternal flame in Arlington National Cemetery, a somber nation paused Friday to remember John F. Kennedy, 50 years after the young, charismatic president was shot and a nation was left in shock. (Nov. 22)

Obama: 'We Fumbled Health Care' Law Rollout

President Barack Obama admitted Thursday that his administration "fumbled" the rollout of his new health care law. Still, speaking at a Cleveland steel plant, he vowed to keep fighting attempts to scrap the whole program. (Nov. 14)

Detroit Mayor-elect 'Resents' Talk of Race

IMAG0097.jpgMike Duggan says he resents the talk of him becoming the first white man elected mayor by Detroit voters in four decades. The former health care executive tells reporters that Detroit residents got past his skin color almost a year ago. (Nov. 6)

Raw: Jason Carter to Run for Ga. Governor

IMAG0097.jpgJason Carter, the grandson of former President Jimmy Carter and a state lawmaker from Atlanta, said Thursday that he plans to run for governor of Georgia next year, energizing Democrats. (Nov. 7)

HHS Secretary Apologizes for Health Care Site

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius defended the health care overhaul against tough questions at a House committee hearing in Washington, but apologized for the problem-riddled enrollment launch. (Oct. 30)

RAW: Apology for 'Obamacare' Woes

IMAG0097.jpg In the most direct mea culpa from a top administration official, Medicare chief Marilyn Tavenner apologizes to the American public for the malfunctioning health care website. (Oct. 29)

Sebelius: Progress Being Made on Health Site

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says calls for her resignation are coming from people who don't want the government's new health insurance program to succeed. (Oct. 25)

Carney: Website Is Not Affordable Care Act

In response to a question about the technical issues with the Affordable Care Act's website, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney spoke of the current 'surge' to fix the problems. (Oct. 23)

Obama: 'No Excuse' for Health Care Signup Snafus

President Barack Obama said Monday there is "no excuse" for the cascade of computer problems that have marred the rollout of his health care law, but declared he was confident the administration would be able to fix the issues. (Oct. 21)

Obama Taps Lawyer to Lead Homeland Security

President Barack Obama on Friday nominated the Pentagon's former top lawyer to run the Department of Homeland Security. (Oct. 18)

House GOP Plan Unclear As Debt Deadline Nears

Time is quickly running out for lawmakers to agree on a deal to avoid default and end the partial government shutdown, now in its third week. With a last-minute Senate deal close, the House GOP pushed a plan of its own, then postponed it.

Reid: Open the Government, Let Us Pay Our Bills

qawedrf.jpg The focus of efforts to end the government shutdown and prevent a U.S. default shifted to the Senate on Saturday, where leaders were in talks to resolve the twin stalemates. The Senate rejected a Democratic effort to raise the debt ceiling. (Oct. 12)

Pelosi to GOP: 'Take Yes for an Answer'

3erft6y7uj.jpgHouse Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi and House Minority Whip Rep. Steny Hoyer were among a group of Democrats who met with President Barack Obama at the White House Wednesday, the ninth day of the government shutdown. (Oct. 9)

Obama Nominates Janet Yellen As Fed Chair

3erft6y7uj.jpg President Barack Obama says Janet Yellen is a tough and proven leader ready to take over as chairman of the Federal Reserve. (Oct. 9)

Obama: No 'ransom' for Congress

President Barack Obama says he's willing to not only negotiate fiscal issues with Republicans, but changes to health care law. But he says first he wants them to pass a bill to stop a partial government shutdown. (Oct. 8)

Pa. Gov: Gay Marriage Like Marriage of Siblings

Republican Gov. Tom Corbett compared the marriage of same-sex couples to the marriage of a brother and sister during an appearance on a Friday morning TV news show. (Oct. 4)

Republicans Lay Blame for Impending Shutdown

House Republicans gathered on the steps of the Capitol Sunday to lay blame on the Democrats for the impending government shutdown. (Sept. 29)

Cruz: Speak Till He Can't Against Obamacare

Standing on the Senate floor Tuesday afternoon, freshman Republican Senator Ted Cruz says he will speak until he's no longer able to stand in opposition to President Barack Obama's health care law. (Sept. 24)

Obama Addresses Syrian Crisis, Iran Nukes at UN

President Barack Obama urges Security Council action on Syrian chemical weapons ban and welcomes signs of new Iranian government's 'more moderate course' in UN address. (Sept. 24)

Pres. Obama Memorializes Navy Yard Victims

President Barack Obama on Sunday memorialized the victims of the Washington Navy Yard shooting by calling for a transformation in the nation's gun laws to address an epidemic of gun violence, saying, "There's nothing inevitable about it." (Sept. 22)

Kerry Issues Warning to Assad on Arms Deal

The U.S. and its closest allies laid out a two-pronged approach in Syria on Monday, calling for U.N. benchmarks for eradicating the country's chemical weapons program and an international conference bolstering the moderate opposition. (Sept. 16)

Kerry to Syria: 'Threat of Force Is Real'

Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday sent a strong warning to Syria, saying "the threat of force is real" if it does not carry out an internationally brokered agreement to hand over its chemical weapons. (Sept. 15)

US-Russia Reach Agreement on Syria Weapons

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov reached agreement Saturday on a framework for Syria to destroy all of its chemical weapons. (Sept. 14)

Kerry and Lavrov Discuss Proposal on Syria

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov hold a second day of talks in Geneva on Russia's proposal to secure Syria's chemical weapons. (Sept. 13)

Raw: Moment of Silence at the White House

President Barack Obama, the First Lady, Vice-President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden mark the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attack with a moment of silence on the South Lawn of the White House. (Sept. 11)

Obama Asks for Postponed Vote on Syria

President Obama says he has asked members of Congress to postpone a vote on a military strike in Syria while a diplomatic option involving the surrender of chemical weapons is pursued, but says the military is fully prepared to respond. (Sept. 10)

Congressmen Air Doubts on Syria Strike

Rep. Justin Amash, a Michigan Republican, and Rep. Elijah Cummings, a Maryland Democrat, say their constituents are largely against a U.S. the military strike in Syria that President Barack Obama has sought. (Sept. 9)

Official Releases Video Showing Syria Victims

A U.S. official released a DVD compilation of videos showing victims of the Aug. 21 attack near Damascus as the officials tried to rally support on Saturday for a military strike against Syria. (Sept. 7)

Candidates Make Final Push in Bid for NYC Mayor

After scandal plagued the campaign for NYC mayor, democratic frontrunners push to stay on message in the final week before Tuesday's primaries. (Sept. 6)

Kerry, House Republican Get Heated Over Benghazi

Secretary of State John Kerry and Republican Congressman Jeff Duncan had a heated exchange about the Benghazi attack and Syria at a committee hearing on the president's plan for a military strike in Syria. (Sept. 4)

President Presses Syrian Case in Cabinet Room

President Barack Obama says he is confident he'll be able to work with Congress to pass a resolution authorizing military intervention in Syria.

Raw: Voices Heard at the Lincoln Memorial

Voices from the past and the present urge renewal of the fight for jobs and freedom in an echo of Dr. Martin Luther King's vision for America fifty years ago. (Aug. 24)

Thousands Gather to Commemorate the March

Martin Luther King Junior's famous speech at the march on Washington 50 years ago is being commemorated starting today. About 100-thousand people are expected to march at the U-S capital. (Aug. 24)

Obama Proposes New System for Rating Colleges

Calling higher education an "economic imperative," President Barack Obama is pushing for a new rating system for colleges that would judge schools on affordability and performance and determine how federal financial aid is distributed. (Aug. 22)

White House Condemns Chemical Weapons in Syria

The White House says it's "deeply concerned" about reports that chemical weapons were used by Syria's government against civilians. White House spokesman Josh Earnest says the U.S. strongly condemns any use of chemical weapons. (Aug. 21)

White House: No Decision to Stop US Aid to Egypt

A White House spokesman says that reports suggesting that U.S. aid to Egypt has been cut off are "not accurate." The statements come the same day the supreme leader of the Muslim Brotherhood was arrested by Egypt's military-backed officials. (Aug. 20)

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