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Politicians of all stripes are hitting approval numbers with record lows.
He is the first sitting U.S. governor to lose renomination since 2010.
Robert McDonald says he has "an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of veterans."
HealthMap's algorithms notice the outbreak days before the World Health Organization announces it.
Campaign finance watchdogs want a scandal to embarrass Congress into acting.
In classrooms, the scandal is going the way of the Teapot Dome Scandal and the Petticoat Affair.
A rebel leader says his forces could accept a cease-fire in order to prevent a humanitarian crisis.
He added that a long-term solution involving the Iraqi government will take much longer.
Solidly Democratic Hawaii could see the most significant political upheaval of 2014.
Obama says when innocent people face a massacre, the nation shouldn't look away.
During his time in office, there has been no forceful military response to ethnic-based killings.
POLITICO Pro Report: The FCC to bring text-to-911 capability to services like Apple's iMessage.
Obama made the decision after three major meetings with his national security advisers.
The hedge fund executive is among the headliners of an event for four female Senate candidates.
The NCAA violated antitrust law by prohibiting colleges from giving athletes a share of the revenue.
Attorney General David Louie says the state did not anticipate any problems despite the storms.
Because Walsh dropped out, it falls to the state central committee to pick a new nominee.
Lindsey Graham, Kelly Ayotte, Dick Durbin and Steve Israel make appearances.