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"Something is not working," Hagel said.
Says the shooter didn't have a record of violence.
He says none of the leaders featured have seen their portraits, but he predicts they'll react favorably.
The former White House press secretary says nixing the mandate would be one option to improve the law.
The spot is on the air in the Cincinnati and Dayton television markets until April 16.
Despite some progress women still make up the minority of newsrooms, a new study finds.
He says regardless of Americans' positions on guns, it's undeniable that sports has a "gun culture."
Warren has said she has no intention of running in 2016, though progressives have suggested her.
He promises that if he knew of aliens' existence, he would share that information.
Charles Koch fires back, saying in an op-ed that he is fighting for core American principles.
Lawmakers are calling information suggesting hundreds of instances of voter fraud "outrageous."
A wide cross-section is willing to back Reid as majority or minority leader in the next Congress.
As the first spending bills roll out, no dream's bigger than repeating that pennant run of 1996.
The Supreme Court decision is yet another blow to post-Watergate reforms.
The ubiquity of super PACs plays a role in his views on political contribution.