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Activists press on whether she supports Obama's delay on immigration-related executive actions.
Senate Republicans rally the troops and K Street as their chances for the majority are within reach.
The league says Anna Isaacson will take on a role as vice president of social responsibility.
A former state senator had said women receiving Medicaid should be required to use birth control.
He and his wife agree to mediate parenting issues and other concerns in their contentious divorce.
Jill Kelley will proceed with her claim that officials illegally released private information.
Judges turn down surveillance critic's request.
Fifteen percent of those polled say they would likely support him from a long list of contenders.
She uses a shotgun in her new campaign commercial to distance herself from Barack Obama.
He pushes back against heightened criticism that he has flip-flopped on foreign policy.
After the worst week in its history, the league plans steps to try to tamp down rising criticism.
Matt Salmon takes issue with Obama's repeated refrain that there will be no boots on the ground.
The supreme leader says he rejects the request because of Washington's "unclean intentions."
New U.S. programs will try to counter ISIL threat.
The new CBS series stars Tea Leoni as Elizabeth McCord, a fictional secretary of state.
Thad Cochran, Jeff Sessions and Orrin Hatch would oversee the most powerful panels.
Sen. Lamar Alexander has an ambitious plan that ultimately might not go anywhere.
Republicans warn the president not to assume unconditional support for free-trade agreements.
Republicans could use votes targeted at specific aspects of the law.
The Tom Steyer-funded group finds attacks on the Koch brothers to be effective in key races.