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A Health and Human Services spokeswoman says she is continuing her work at the federal agency.
The embattled Louisiana Republican's campaign finances are in poor shape.
The Clinton Library in Little Rock, Ark., releases 7,500 pages.
Snowden says it was an opportunity to "lift a taboo."
Amy Kremer announces in a statement that she felt it was the right time to move on.
Her rating has hit a 6-year low, a Fox News poll says.
The book will focus on Hillary Clinton's four years heading the State Department.
She says Fox News isn't the only outlet to accuse the White House of false transparency claims.
"These people, who hold themselves out to be patriots, are not," the Senate majority leader says.
The party will likely leave some of its upstart hopefuls to fend for themselves.
The president and the attorney general were racing to get ahead of the Edith Windsor case.
POLITICO Pro Report: She reprimands a reporter for asking about the Boston Marathon bombings.
I've been a GOP insurgent for 50 years. And I'm not done yet.
For Hillary Clinton, the political implications of being a grandmother are less obvious.
Scalia says the Supreme Court is the "least qualified" to decide on the NSA.
He feels confident enough to blast Republicans for their "endless, fruitless repeal votes."
The question now is whether the president's party will listen.
Some in Washington get an early rundown of the company's Nearby Friends launch.
The president describes meeting the author once in Mexico City.
The book chronicles meetings with powerful politicians like Obama and Clinton.