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The former White House intern gives her first television interview in 10 years.
They say overtreatment and preventable medical errors are huge drivers of health care costs.
"For them, the Constitution is something you need to get around," she says.
The Fox News host has a heated interview with the former Weather Underground member.
The conservative columnist is getting kicked around for her anti-soccer tweets and a column.
Simon says to speak or to be silent, that is the question many elected leaders face.
In private meetings, Dick and Liz work to repair their relationship with the Republican establishment.
The pair of high-profile rulings suggests that he is staking out ground as a successor to Scalia.
Substantial gaps still exist between what Iran's negotiators say they are willing to do.
POLITICO Pro Report: John Kerry, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will meet with their counterparts.
Opinion: He and his parents have suffered enough -- like all of us veterans.
The president was one of the last people who still thought Congress could make a deal.
The ruling opens up new questions about how the court will treat questions of religion.
Nodding to her middle class, Midwestern roots, she says she is a "product" of the American Dream.
At least one White House resident could be pleased by the news.
It's unclear how many companies will pursue an exemption for coverage of birth control.
President Obama's measure would ban federal job discrimination on the basis of gender identity.
The former secretary of state says she finds the Supreme Court's decision "deeply disturbing."
McDonald says, "My priority would be to lead that transformation" of the department.