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Opinion: Harshly criticizing the president during international crises provides comfort to enemies.
She takes to Twitter to criticize the Senate majority leader for slamming the Koch brothers.
It gives the administration the ability to immediately provide loan guarantees in an existing program.
Says Lerner wanted to limit Citizens United's impact.
Sen. Mike Lee says it's a "good bet" Congress will pass a bill this year.
The former defense secretary says the Russian president "knows exactly what he's doing."
The former first lady says the paper will do "anything to make news" and cancels her subscription.
The lawmaker tweets that Obama's approach to crises around the world has made him appear weak.
Nearly six in 10 Americans say they support gay marriage, according to the survey.
Long ago, Paul Manafort was a foot soldier in the Reagan revolution.
When hipsters met the homeless, and made a new downtown L.A.
It's the latest foray into politics for the colorful Texas character.
Common ground exists when it comes to a tax on big banks as well as lower corporate rates.
Premier Li Keqiang also pledges to move more people into the middle class and fight corruption.
"Mrs. Clinton talked at length on the situation in the Ukraine," one attendee reports.
POLITICO Pro Report: His policy reflects new goals but includes old ideas that failed in Congress.
Opinion: You won't believe what the Russian media is saying about America right now.
My diary from the first few days of Russia's latest conquest.
"I am not sure who (Greta Van Susteren) talked to, but it was not me," he says.
Members of Congress are asking why there was no clear warning of Russian military action.