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The former strategist for Hillary Clinton is favored as chief strategy officer.
"No matter what Washington does now, eventually confrontation is inevitable," Garry Kasparov says.
Both get ready to increase economic pressure on Putin if he fails to end to his military incursion.
He says the negative ads are only encouraging him to jump into the New Hampshire Senate race.
The 90-year-old World War II veteran hangs on to his seat as other lawmakers leave D.C.
He says diplomatic efforts to end the incursion would continue throughout the week.
Its 60-second ad, called "Do Nothing," takes a notably tougher tone on immigration reform.
James Costa says people should tone down their snark of Michelle Obama's Let's Move program.
With Senate votes canceled and government offices closed, the Beltway sounds off.
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"I was really so impressed," the Chicagoan says.
He says Congress should let the situation play out for "a while" before trying to impose sanctions.
Washington's wintry weather continues to eat into an already sparse congressional calendar.
The hourlong event, co-hosted by three largest Spanish-language media outlets, will air Thursday.
It says the GOP has warned about Putin for years.
Russian markets take the biggest hit with the Moscow Exchange tumbling nearly 11 percent.
The House speaker says it's time to stand up to the Russian leader.
She'll focus on reaching out to young people there and on sharing her travel experiences.
The copy desk will be the hardest hit and regional editions will be scaled back to once a week.