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Bush will tour a school that was damaged; Clinton will speak on the anniversary.
Charles Schumer’s decision to oppose the nuclear deal with Iran has roiled liberals.
Candidates say next president will have to reverse U.S. policy
Regs to protect college students are raising objections in the financial industry.
“I think it’s a charade,” said Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R-S.C.), a Tea Party favorite.
Democrats want to lure Republicans into a fight over birth control.
Obama said GOP lawmakers were "embarrassed" they had to feign ignorance on the issue.
The number of children caught crossing the border without an adult has jumped tenfold.
Celeste Drake never imagined that she would be a voice for millions of workers.
With ISIS jihadis on the march, security is bolstered at the U.S. Embassy in Iraq.
The NSA has refused to comply with their request, prompting the lawsuit.
Some of Congress’s most fervent immigration reformers say their push is likely dead.
The president has come under criticism over the swap for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
Brian Hayes saw an opportunity to voice a “different view of the universe” on NLRB.
The music industry is concerned about a “crippling” new reg from the Obama administration.
An angry and deflated union base is adding to the midterm woes for congressional Democrats.
White House hopefuls in both parties are aggressively tackling the Russia-Ukraine crisis
Energy experts say the real problem for the U.S. isn’t a slow approval process.