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He is still figuring out what exactly more transparency would entail.
"The president applauds Sony's decision to authorize screenings of the film," a spokesman said.
Higher growth and consumer confidence could reshape political strategy.
"No, as I said before as long as I am able to serve, I will serve," he defiantly said.
Gay men will be allowed to donate blood as long as they haven't had sex with another man for at least a year.
First came the White House fence jumpers. Now it's Congress fencing off money for the embattled agency.
The pace means HHS is well on its way to having more than 9 million people covered in state and federal exchanges in 2015.
The senator takes to Twitter for another edition of "Festivus."
More freedom of information lawsuits were brought against the federal government in 2014 than in any year since at least 2001.
The polls all show the usual sharp political divides, with Democrats supporting the move more strongly and Republicans divided.
It is the fastest quarterly growth since the summer of 2003.
"Now that the election is over, Congressman Grimm is finally admitting the truth to his constituents," she says.
Lawyers for alleged bomber ask judge to block 'gauntlet' of defendant's self-styled supporters at courthouse
He also takes at shot at his party's tea party wing.
New data finds notable disparities in children's access to the best teachers.
Cliff Sloan is saluted by Secretary of State John Kerry for his efforts.
It doesn't include evidence the White House orchestrated a plot.
New York's mayor has lost the police -- and maybe much more than that.