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Clinton says there are "preconceptions wired into us and we have got to get beyond them,"
The New York Times columnist says she has a "significant and growing chance of being nominated."
Fear of Ebola's potency and spread sparked "exaggerated claims" and statements from politicians and pundits.
It didn't make much progress in easing the tension between rich and poor nations.
The local fight forcing state Republicans to choose between two things Texans hold dear: local sovereignty and petroleum.
The Feinstein report opens the door to future presidential waterboarders by blaming only the CIA.
The McClatchy-Marist poll shows Romney has the support from about 19 percent of Republican voters.
The ride-sharing company reaffirms its commitment to privacy.
South Carolina may be a firewall for the former Florida governor in 2016.
Remembering the pioneer of the modern political ad.
The project aims to improve the tracking of data about women and girls around the globe.
Tennessee is the latest conservative state to pursue Medicaid expansion under Obamacare. It just doesn't want to call it that.
The bill authorizes $10 million to counter Russian propaganda.
The Senate already worked one Saturday this month, so why not another?
Fourty-nine percent of respondents say torture tactics are sometimes justified, accroding to a new poll.