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Democrats are reeling. So they're calling on their biggest star.
He's having to reinvent his own role in a Democratic Party that's looking for fresh faces and new energy.
One failing includes an officer on his personal cell phone at the time of the breach.
Just a few days into the lame-duck session, the rhetoric heats up as another debate surfaces.
White House officials say cooperation is best for now.
He warns her to get out of the 'cocoon of inevitability.'
The 23-year veteran of Washington didn't so much as draw a challenge.
Democrats also plan to add Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar to their leadership team.
The House minority leader chastizes Time for featuring McConnell and Boehner on covers and not her.
Plagiarism detectives have been waging a campaign to brand Zakaria as a copycat.
The battle to lead the Senate Republicans' campaign arm was a close contest between Wicker and Heller.
Chairman Buck McKeon slams the administration for sticking to a "no-boots-on-the-ground" pledge.
He says his friendship with his predecessor Bill Clinton will remain intact despite the election.
"It's a matter of sending a message to the American people that we need to change things," she says.
The race was already one to watch, even before it intensified in recent days.
Loretta Lynch wasn't Obama's top pick. The inside story of how she got the nod.
The W.H. is launching a more precise strategy that uses, among other things, targeted digital ads.