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"You know, I've been saying this for the last three or four years," the former governor says.
Assuming she gets the job, she will face a tough campaign against Republicans.
As a manager, Kathleen Sebelius is not likely to be remembered kindly.
Their reaction is almost unanimous: Good riddance.
The Democratic group ends March with $8.5 million on hand for the midterm elections.
John G. Rowland is indicted on charges he tried to hide his role in two congressional campaigns.
She will be replaced by Sylvia Mathews Burwell, the director of the Office of Management and Budget.
It looks at common threads in leading politicians' views of the current state of conservatism.
Raw feelings still linger over Democrats' change to filibuster rules last year.
A woman is taken into custody in Las Vegas after tossing a shoe at the former secretary of state.
The chairman says the attorney general should not have referred to Louie Gohmert as "buddy."
The House majority whip says it wasn't easy corralling GOP votes for Paul Ryan's bill.
The Treasury secretary tells Russia's finance minister that the Crimea occupation is illegal.
A conversation on the history of scandals on the HIll, the White House's push for equal pay and more.
"If they pass reparations, and my taxes are going up, I ain't paying taxes," he says on tape.
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He says the former secretary of state didn't do enough to push for peace in the region.
"All of the current rumors that a deal has been reached are false," says a senior official.