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After years of ignoring critics, the biotech giant attempts a public relations makeover.
Seven lawmakers come out in support on one of the busiest shopping days on the year.
The administration says it's keeping sanctions despite the initial deal to curb the nuclear program.
Gov. Scott Walker, Rick Santorum and Rep. Mike Rogers appear this week on the Sunday shows.
He and the first lady visit individuals taking part in Fast for Families.
"I was the first on scene to the huge accident on 4500 South last night," he wrote on Facebook.
Former President George W. Bush has a slightly different decor when it comes to his "man cave."
Christie extends his lead among GOP contenders Rand Paul, Paul Ryan and Ted Cruz.
For the Obamas, the big question for 2016 is: Should we stay or should we go?
Welcome to the world of alternative presidential candidates.
The need for action has increased with the skyrocketing price of copper and other metals.
For the gubernatorial candidate, there's a benefit and potential burden of the Carter surname.
The Obama administration is left with two jobs ahead of the Saturday deadline.
The Thanksgiving openings come despite planned protests across the country from workers' groups.
The State Department condemns the mortar shelling that hit the Russian Embassy in Damascus.
The league defends a rule linked to ticket sales that has been in play for decades.
He suggests "closing" the U.S. Embassy in the Vatican is an attack against Catholics.
Ricardo Baca will helm the paper's marijuana coverage as Colorado's new law goes into effect.
Republicans give thanks to the servicemen and women during the Thanksgiving address.
Looks like the Obamas won't be "sweatin' to the oldies" any time soon.