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The creators of "Madam Secretary" hope to return to an idealistic portrayal of Washington.
John Rowland is guilty of conspiring to hide payment for work on two congressional campaigns.
Aides say the first attorney backed out under political pressure.
He offers praise for Packwood, who resigned amid multiple sexual harassment allegations.
This new round of buyout offers is likely to slash at least 50 positions from the company.
The lawsuit comes after Gore and his partner sued the network in August.
The pause allows for officers to reevaluate the complicated risks of spying on allies.
She cites issues like paid sick leave, equal pay and a living wage for fast-food workers.
The legalization of pot in the U.S. could prompt Latin American countries to ease their enforcement.
The Army general tells lawmakers he is pulling troops from their districts because of sequestration.
Washington Bureau Chief Sally Buzbee details how this administration is the most secretive one yet.
The campaign aims to raise awareness and end sexual assault on college campuses.
The NRCC chairman says his party is poised for a strong performance in the midterm election.
He says he expects some of the Syrian rebels the U.S. will train to defect to other groups.
The former president says plans to combat ISIL can work, but not with U.S. ground forces.
Dmitry Medvedev says the West must listen to Russia's position and consider its national interests.
Fighter jets entirely destroy a depot held by militants in the northeastern part of the country.