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An agency official suggests new information has emerged regarding the missing documents.
Experts on the Campaign Pro Lulncheon panel agree that authenticity is crucial to a good ad.
"This is a danger for the whole world," Ukraine's president says.
In Colorado, 65 percent say marijuana should be illegal in bars and clubs where alcohol is served.
The president asks of the separatists: "What exactly are they trying to hide?"
"Now that the book is done, she wants time to think about that and work through it," he says.
The order aims to protect federal workers from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.
The Virginia Democrat says Congress wants a much stronger response against Russia.
"I can die a happy man not being president," he tells journalist Evan Osnos.
He is continuing his pursuit even after the company rejected his $80 billion offer.
He suggests that in order to calm the chaotic situation, the border needs to be secured.
The Republican senator says he does not see a "peaceful retirement" in Putin's future.
The White House's director of broadcast media will join the strategic-communications firm in August.
The president discusses talk of Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden running in 2016.
John Kerry says there is "extraordinary circumstantial evidence" connecting Russia to the plane crash.
The operation could cost Texas $5 million a week.
A lawyer for U.S. Rep. Tom Marino's press secretary calls the gun incident unintentional.
He reaffirms Israel's right to defend itself but says it has already done "significant damage."
The renowned civil rights attorney joins Bill de Blasio's administration as the Counsel to the Mayor.
New York's governor holds a 17-point lead over his Republican challlenger.