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The former CIA director denies any cover-up or political influence in the attack's messaging.
The DCCC chairman says the newly drafted GOP budget provides an opening in midterms.
The ambitious digital news platform is shuttering its doors and laying off nearly 100 employees.
"... donors ought to have the freedom to give what they want to give," he says.
The company was also behind the record-breaking selfie taken at the Oscars.
The book will be partially a memoir and will articulate his vision for Washington.
The bill faces one more procedural vote before final passage, which is expected Thursday.
The Supreme Court rules caps on the total an individual can give are unconstitutional.
Award season is heating up for the media industry as the Pulitzer Prizes approach.
Her quest to unveil the CIA's detention and interrogation policy history won't be totally partisan.
The nation's fourth secretary of Homeland Security marks 100 days in office.
Unlike other recent movies and TV shows featuring the capital, this one was actually filmed here.
However, Americans still give the president an overall negative grade.
The Times calls it a "sign of America's desperation."
The former Alaska governor says the plan doesn't do nearly enough.
They feud over a bill for Medicare reimbursement.
Simon interviews Michael Steele, who says he's "the most misunderstood man in politics."
Critics of the law are left questioning early numbers or changing the subject.
Newly released Clinton papers show the ex-HUD secretary pushed a Cuba detente in 1997-98.