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The Civil War cotton shock didn't just shake the American economy.
"It was the speaker's responsibility" to notify the administration about Netanyahu's invitation, Derner says.
The oilfield was at the center of a major 20th century political scandal.
Reporters covering the House Democrats' retreat are experiencing some heavy security.
Most members of Congress weren't even taking his flirtations with a third run that seriously.
"It's becoming clearer and clearer that that decision you made, the decisions the administration fought for the were the right ones," he says.
Early reports had Mitt Romney running in 2016.
It's their most serious attempt yet to develop a health care reform package.
Bloomberg Markets, the forthcoming project headed by Business Insider alum Joe Weisenthal, has named its first executive editor.
Glenn Thrush sits down with POLITICO's new media columnist Jack Shafer to talk Bloomberg restructuring and a call from Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers to discuss the State of the Union rebuttal format.
The White House on Friday is revealing a program to study genes of a million Americans with the hope of gaining insight into diseases and their cures.
"If the NFL is serious about its commitment to combatting domestic violence, it could contribute many times more."
A big burst in consumer spending was offset by weakness in other areas.
Philadelphia has yet to let New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie off the hook for his Cowboy fandom.
The surprise announcement caps three weeks of heightened will-he-or-won't-he speculation.
Warren donors pay for a poll intended to show that Clinton does not excite the base.
It's a progressive's dream version of Obama, untethered from earlier centrist leanings and flirtations with "grand bargains."
The $1 billion economic aid package is planned for three Central American countries.
The president tells House Democrats not to read the site for information on trade issues.