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Mark Zuckerberg, Sarah Palin and Ann Romney will make appearances.
The 113th Congress is on track to go down as the least productive in history.
Minnesota House hopeful Stewart Mills responds after past raunchy photos surface.
His analogy begins with a group of men and women and "a rule that the men cannot rape the women."
He credits the work of the Secret Service, and how it reshaped itself after JFK.
A petition calls relaxed restrictions one of the FCC's "worst" ideas.
For $29.98, you can buy an ornament featuring one of 43's paintings.
Jay Carney says the White House's focus is on implementing the health care law.
This week's top quotes in politics - Rand Paul calls out Harry Reid and Joe Biden prays.
The Virginia lawmaker tweets his first comments after the stabbing.
The Republican says voters responded to his and Obama's clearly articulated ideas for their offices.
His injuries were caused in a violent encounter between the lawmaker and his 24-year-old son.
Bill Cassidy's campaign manager shares a link to a blog post containing the doctored image.
"This will not make anything worse," the Virginia senator says.
It will be first time the the first couple has been interviewed together this year.
Clinton leads Bush, 47 percent to 45 percent, and leads Rubio 50 percent to 43 percent, the poll says.
For now, the freshman Republican appears determined to fight for political survival.
Conservatives fear that President Barack Obama will pack the courts with left-leaning judges.
Faced with adversity in troubling times, the 35th president remained optimistic to the very end.