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The conservative firebrand wants to stop a 2012 immigration directive from President Obama.
The former White House press secretary makes a living by lecturing on the speaking circuit.
The California Republican says his staff is evaluating how to respond.
The group's executive director is bullish on picking up new states.
Ameriprise asks the former secretary of state to fill in for Bush, who's recovering from surgery.
The pilot, featuring Alisyn Camerota, Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon, was dubbed "The 10 o'clock Show."
The GOP is expected to grill the department about its refusal to talk about its investigation.
Israel, Hamas agreed to a five-hour U.N. brokered "humanitarian" pause to their 9-day-long battle.
The president adds more economic sanctions against Russia for its incursions into Ukraine.
Jobless aid won't be hitching a ride on the Senate's transportation legislation.
A Grimm aide says it "hasn't been easy" to find qualified job candidates for the office.
The procedural vote to begin debate comes up short, even with three Republicans joining.
The White House is paying a heavy price for having waited so long in response to the border crisis.
The Pew Research poll shows that his approval rating remains unchanged at 44 percent.
The vice president rejects his predecessor's call to prioritize the military over domestic issues.
Letters laced with the deadly toxin were sent to President Obama and Michael Bloomberg.
Rubio says he expects James to be "warmly welcomed" when he returns to Miami as a visiting player.
The plan calls to divide the most populous state into smaller jurisdictions.
He's offering his predictions for what he is calling the "dog fight," or the midterm elections.
More partisan back-and-forth after the White House political director resisted a subpoena to testify.