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The withdrawal of the Democratic nominee in the race clears a path for Greg Orman.
A new report reveals the Ray Rice scandal didn't affect how much Americans watch the football.
The pressure grows on Reid's inner circle to amp up fundraising.
He decries the "illegal" and "unconstitutional" congressional plan.
"I've been humbled by the outpouring of support by my colleagues," Pallone says.
Evidence suggests the attacks are helping bloody the GOP Senate candidate in Michigan.
"It's beyond understanding why we'd be penalized after making such an investment," a physician says.
A new poll shows that one in three Americans can't name a single part of the government.
The discussion is in many ways the early seeds of her platform for a potential 2016 bid.
POLITICO Influence: The president's former aide joins the firm as director of government affairs.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest faces questions about criticism of the DNC head.
The costar of "Rival Survival" says that might curb partisan gridlock in Washington.
He defers to the president on Wasserman Schultz's future as the head of the party.
He identifies himself as a photojournalist who has worked for several publications.
Hearings look to the future of a U.S. military campaign against the militants in Iraq and Syria.
It was the first official enrollment update since shortly after the open enrollment season ended in April.
An analysis says the issue has been the subject of more campaign commercials than any other.
The network had also tried to tame expectations in the wake of Chuck Todd's initial win.
Four House Democrats write a letter asking the president to help families facing deportation.