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The former White House staffer will be the company's chief operating officer.
Ertharin Cousin, who leads the largest humanitarian organization in the world, talks about childhood inspirations.
We must face up to the depths of our losses and retool our message for 2016.
How the battle between the president and his joint chiefs chairman over Iraq recalls the early days of Vietnam.
Try as he might, there's just too much for Obama to fix in the next two years.
He has zeroed in on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
He says Obama should be open to other options in dealing with two pressing issues: ISIL and immigration reform.
He says he'll decide in the first half of next year whether he's running for president in 2016.
In addition to new applicants, more than 500,000 people were able to sign on to HealthCare.gov to compare insurance plans and prices, she said.
"He has it completely wrong, and he just doesn't understand what the issue is," he says about Cruz.
He says approval of the pipeline hangs in the balance in the Senate as the vote count nears the 60 needed.
Hagel says a panel led by Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work will identify technologies the Pentagon could develop.
Peter Kassig, a 26-year-old from Indiana, is the latest victim in a video by the militant group.
"I would just advise every press outlet here: Pull up every clip and every story."
Pollsters predicted a Romney win, then missed again in the midterms.
The focus is on the global participation of women and girls.
She says the bank is "a tool for us to be competitive."
He says the president should maximize his pulpit and that he should attempt to pass immigration reform.
The three-term incumbent has a lot to overcome in the Louisiana Senate runoff.