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State agency also hurls racial slurs against President Obama.
A preliminary look shows a governor who sweated the small stuff.
The president dismisses those notions in an interview with NPR to air Monday.
Obama is ending the year, and his sixth year in office, on a high note.
Platforms like Spotify, Pandora have raised the stakes in debate as Congress moves toward a comprehensive look at reform.
Republicans once idolized Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback as a tax cutting superstar -- now he's a lesson in what not to do.
The GOP's 2016 slate may be its most diverse ever, but don't expect the candidates to talk much about it.
Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare Corp. profited from Obamacare.
Obama rarely seen in church, but advisers say his beliefs remain strong.
Well, not everything. But America's looking much better than you think.
A virus sample may not have been properly inactivated.
The president joins Girl Scouts for a photo during their visit to the White House.
He will receive $3.2 million from the federal government as part of a settlement deal, a USAID official confirmed Wednesday.
A report claims the AP bureau in the country is not independent.
"The President welcomes the news that people will be able to decide for themselves whether or not to see this film, and appreciates Sony's work on this effort over the past few weeks," deputy White House Press Secretary Eric Schultz said in a statement.
The New Jersey senator responds to his colleague's remarks.
So what happens when the White House press van breaks down? Last night, reporters shadowing the president in Hawaii found out.
The Washington-based law firm will announce purchase of the boutique lobbying firm Wednesday.
"President Bush had another terrific day and is in great spirits."