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Leaders dissect primaries that saw their candidates defeated by establishment Republicans.
Four decades after Nixon's baleful farewell, here are 10 lasting legacies of the Watergate era.
He didn't want to be in Iraq when he first ran in 2007, and he doesn't want to be there now.
FCC rules created out of the Watergate era are under review 40 years after Nixon's resignation.
The president was forced to do something he hoped he'd never have to.
What Barack Obama's golf game tells us about his presidency.
The former secretary of state stresses the importance of knowing how to react to sexism.
How two Americans found themselves at the mercy of Myanmar's unfinished revolution.
Emails show the Democratic senator expressing concerns about Louisiana jobs.
The former governor beats state Rep. Joe Carr, the most serious of six opponents in Tennessee.
Statistics released by Homeland Security show a decrease of nearly 9,000 last month.
"The whole thing will be run out of New York," one newsroom insider says.
Tom Frieden says the CDC is confident that Americans are not at risk of a major outbreak.
It marks a reversal from the paper's previous policy of referring to "brutal" interrogation methods.
"I would hope that the D.C. residents would turn down legalization," the Maryland Republican says.
He will remain in the Senate through the end of his term, which ends in early January.
A judge says True the Vote failed to show "irreparable harm" in its lawsuit.
Alaska's two sitting senators engage in an unusual public spat over a campaign advertisement.
"Redskins was an insult to American Indians," the KISS bassist says.
He also orders special assistance for trapped refugees.