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She says she will likely make a decision about running for president sometime after the New Year.
The calls come as Cuomo faces challenges in the Democratic gubernatorial primary in New York.
He says there's "conviction that we have to act."
The president indicates that he hasn't yet decided on the scope of the executive actions.
A drone strike kills al Shabab leader Ahmed Abdi Godane.
He says her remarks show that she does not have the "wisdom" to be president.
The unemployment rate falls slightly, but analysts expected more new jobs.
He extends the invitations after being charged with using sexist language.
Kerry points to nine nations that could help the U.S. fight the terrorist group in Iraq and Syria.
FCC rule appears to be on last legs after drawing increased scrutiny in D.C.
A campaign rally in Miami will test the strength of a relatively new relationship.
The flagging support among senators is particularly worrisome to the White House.
NBC News is gambling that a Sunday morning public affairs show can still set the national agenda.
She discusses climate action at Sen. Harry Reid's National Clean Energy Summit.
The exclusive interview will air Sunday, and will cover both foreign and domestic policy.
Politicians beware: Don't think you're off the hook.
A Senate panel's findings are sure to further escalate partisan tensions about the Lois Lerner scandal.
Opinion: DOJ has been docile in the civil rights realm--and not much better than under Bush.
One Beyonce fan in the White House is wishing the singer a happy birthday.
The interest is a reflection of the Clintons' comfort with him and his standing among progressive voters.