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He defers to the president on Wasserman Schultz's future as the head of the party.
He identifies himself as a photojournalist who has worked for several publications.
Hearings look to the future of a U.S. military campaign against the militants in Iraq and Syria.
It was the first official enrollment update since shortly after the open enrollment season ended in April.
An analysis says the issue has been the subject of more campaign commercials than any other.
NBC's "Meet the Press" with Chuck Todd returned to third place in the ratings race last Sunday after a rare victory the week before, according to Nielsen ratings.
Four House Democrats write a letter asking the president to help families facing deportation.
The legislation kicks two important decisions until after the November midterm elections.
James Clapper says decisions made after the NSA leaks mean the U.S. has to accept more danger.
The billionaire investor says the purchase of Canada's Tim Horton's is not a tax dodge.
She will oversee the "soon-to-be-unveiled" relaunch of the newsroom's digital platform.
Lawmakers call for the resignation of a district court judge arrested for domestic violence.
Both parties maintain the negative ratings they've held for the past several years.
A split could be complicated but relatively painless -- or it could be cataclysmic.
His tenure as defense secretary isn't turning out the way anyone expected -- especially him.
The Las Vegas casino mogul donates $10 million to a Karl Rove-backed outfit.
The hospital is considered a leading researcher of cancer and other diseases that affect children.
Opinion: We really shouldn't be expecting the NFL to set our society's standards.
Welcome to Mesa, Arizona--the land of Goldwater, Arpaio and a new kind of urbanism.
It's widely expected to pass, though the margin remains unclear.