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He says Democrats should reclaim a redefined freedom agenda from Republicans.
The former vice presidential candidate says her 2008 foreign policy predictions are coming true.
For much of 1993, the White House didn't see the political realities that would crash the plan.
"I'm not an art expert, but I'm pretty impressed by the former president's work," Carney says.
The president will hold more than a dozen events for congressional Democrats this year.
The Ukrainian situation threatens to bring things to a direct standoff for the first time.
Gen. Colin Powell would have been a formidable opponent for the president in 1996.
The Clinton White House was worried about journalists playing off of agency weaknesses.
The commission cancels the controversial survey, which sparked criticism from Republicans.
The Blue Dog Democrat whose campaign calls him "pro-gun, pro-life" takes on Thad Cochran.
"We should work together to build on our two-year bipartisan budget," she says.
She said it would be a "harder sell" during a 1993 briefing with Democratic congressional leaders.
The Arizona senator says losing the game over SB 1062 would have been economically devastating.
A 2000 draft speech describes how Berger had the chance to "chew...out" the West Wing creator.
The administration is confident it will win support in Congress for a big Asia-Pacific trade deal.
Secretary of State John Kerry will appear on three shows to discuss the crisis in Ukraine.
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Opinion: We must not allow another generation of black and Latino youth to face such long odds.
She says Christie needs to "think about resigning."