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A ruling on the issue would vault it into the final weeks of the midterm campaign.
They discuss whether there was need for a resolution authorizing force.
The fate of big-name Republicans and Democrats are all on the line.
The crisis may provide some lessons in how to respond better to the next outbreak.
The iconoclastic social conservative is taking the temperature of potential donors for 2016.
The former exeutive editor of the Washington Post is suffering from dementia.
Both try to move toward the middle in their first debate of the Iowa 2014 Senate election.
A rules change that was implemented by Harry Reid could come back to bite him.
He acknowledges his administration believed the Iraqi army was capable of pushing back ISIL.
Republicans are well positioned to win in three key states that could decide control of the Senate.
To combat the terrorists in Iraq and Syria, Barack Obama says the U.S. must ease the religious animosity between Sunni and Shia'a Islamic sects.
2014 could be the ultimate survival test for three House Democrats in solidly Republican districts.
Opinion: The ousted lawmaker was the embodiment of every yarn spun about the region he represented.
NIH says the patient will be admitted to a special clinical studies unit designed for isolation.
The former congressman dies after being injured in an accident on a farm in Ohio.
Bragging rights are up for grabs over who has the edge with political technologies.
Another civil liberties group is asking for time to defend the NSA's information on calls.
U.S. coalition-led warplanes struck jihadis attacking a town near the Turkish border.
Here's a look at some facts about the name Chelsea Clinton chose for her first child.
Playbook: The Clintons celebrate the newest family member, who Chelsea Clinton accounced on Twitter.