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He urges compliance with the agreement that would take steps to de-escalate the crisis.
The administration says it's not going to comment on the petition, which got 270,000 signatures.
The former Montana governor says the Nevada rancher doesn't represent cattlemen.
A memo shows how the Clinton White House viewed the "conspiracy commerce" of the right-wing.
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"It's time for us to consider anti-tank weaponry, anti-aircraft weaponry," the Republican says.
In this week's edition of On Media, we discuss if Edward Snowden's question in a televised event with Vladimir Putin diminished the credibility he gained after the stories about his NSA leaks won the Pulitzer this week. Produced by Madeline Marshall.
The bill saw unanimous passage in the House and Senate last week.
Newly released records show he also struggled with this promise.
NBC's "Meet the Press" lands an exclusive interview with Ukraine's prime minister.
The move could easily push the president's final decision past the November elections.
A 1999 memo by the administration's humorist strikes a decidedly hostile tone.
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 of documents.
The American exile 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.