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He thinks separatists are responsible for the crash.
Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu says the offensive will continue "as long as necessary."
Elizabeth Warren will be a factor in 2016, even if she's not on the ticket.
The Kentucky Republican says the president supports limiting innovative companies.
He reflects on his time in politics about ten years after losing the presidential primary.
John Kerry confirmed for all five Sunday shows to discuss Ukraine, Gaza and Iran.
The Obama administration approves of oil exploration in federal Atlantic Ocean waters.
Davis says he has a list of Republican backers, but it turns out some of them aren't Republicans.
Social media can dramatically influence the food system and, ultimately, food policy.
NBC News is sending a high-profile correspondent back into Gaza after unexpectedly removing him.
POLITICO Pro Report: President Obama doesn't mention the country in foreign policy updates.
Secretary of State John Kerry will appear on all five major Sunday news programs.
The roughly 1,000 pages of records comprise the sixth batch of files archivists have withheld.
The Texan is spearheading a policy response to the crisis on the Southern border.
The agency declares under oath and penalty of perjury that her hard drive is irrecoverable.
Experts call it another sign of the U.S. energy boom. But it may not last.
Opinion: The fired N.Y. Times editor discusses Hillary Clinton and sexist "double standards."
Five staffers were let go in a restructuring process that hit both Microsoft and its subsidiary Nokia.