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Cassidy says Reid's attitude as majority leader is 'It goes if I say it does, if not it stops.'
The ex-CIA officer's lawyers press for a long-stalled trial to move ahead.
The president will deliver the speech from the White House and discuss "the threat posed by ISIL."
He steps down a day after a court-issued protection order to keep him away from his sister.
A fourth American health worker who contracted Ebola in West Africa arrives in Atlanta for treatment.
He says she ran the State Department better than anyone he has seen, including himself.
Republican leaders and Hensarling have not decided how long the extension should run.
An intelligence official says the United States should worry about cybersecurity threats from insiders.
A panel discusses how the Affordable Care Act may be forcing expensive changes in hospitals.
The political analyst says he expects Republicans to gain at least seven seats in the Senate.
She says the NFL should have demanded the tape.
He's again expressing concerns over a Clinton run.
Fifty-two percent of American voters believe his presidency has been a failure, a new poll says.
They address criticism after joking about the video of the athlete assaulting his then-fiancee.
The family of the slain journalist says the administration "could have done more" to save him.
He had invoked the names of two slain journalists.
Democrats may suffer the most during the elections due to low congressional approval ratings.
American Action Network and Congressional Leadership Fund will spend $8.1 million.
The GOP Senate candidate in Oregon looks for ways to show she's not a cookie-cutter conservative.