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The Senate's opening votes to cut off debate on the controversial pipeline fall well short.
A jury rules Jeffrey Sterling is guilty of nine felony counts stemming from the leak of information to a New York Times reporter.
The spending goal reflects the sweeping ambition of a private conservative political network.
With an impending snowstorm, leaders fear they don't have enough time to canvass for support.
The New Yorker staff is finally making the move down to One World Trade (along with the rest of Conde Nast), and saying goodbye to Times Square, its home for 90 years
On Monday, a man protesting Fox News dies after shooting himself in the chest outside the News Corp. building.
Some of the most hardline conservatives band together to lobby for bills that would limit the size of the government.
John Podesta says the administration wants to find balance while protecting the Coastal Plains.
The Republican governor has formed the leadership PAC, "Leadership Matters for America."
The Times of India comments on the president's habit at a Republic Day parade.
Press secretary Josh Earnest says the Secret Service has recovered an unidentified "device."
Four years on, it's clear that the Arab Spring brought on the state's collapse.
How the Massachusetts senator rallied the left and blindsided the White House.
Some House Democrats are grumbling about their leader.
Conservatives sound alarms about self-dealing fundraisers.
Her new campaign takes shape, with a "big-tent mentality" and a "good cop" for the press.
Why the New York governor should be worried about the assembly speaker's legal troubles.
If students can learn to analyze warfare and military decisions, so too can any American citizen or politician.
How a "model immigrant" is playing to his evangelical base with ugly allegations.
Why the new Saudi ruler will likely ratchet up the region-wide conflict with Iran.