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The just-elected Iowa senator aims to be a player in 2016.
As Congress fights over immigration, top Republicans are increasingly unworried about missing DHS' February deadline.
Its top digital official is set to leave for a rival data operation tied to the Koch Brothers.
Conservatives accuse his group of being too harsh on them.
"I was wondering where the supporters were," Rep. Jerry Nadler says.
Meet the lawyer fighting for freer skies, one lawsuit at a time.
The Secret Service is already at work preventing drone attacks. But is it good enough?
Delhi is a city of nearly 18 million people. You'd never know it from what the president got to see.
But Chairman Trey Gowdy says the committee first needs additional documents from the State Department.
Governors with 2016 hopes struggle with Medicaid expansion.
The plan is a $38 billion increase from the current year's budget.
The attorney general nominee will concede that the president can't grant blanket "amnesty."
"In the South, or in the Midwest, there in Iowa, you would not have people who would just throw the F-bomb," he says.
Nancy Pelosi and Chris Van Hollen were key opponents of a tax on 529 plans.
He discusses a possible run by Hillary with Rachael Ray.
TASS was the organization that worked with Russian spies who were nabbed by the FBI this week.
Opinion: Iran is dedicated to maintaining our rights under the Non-Proliferation Treaty while addressing the concerns of the international community.
They chastise the first lady for being disrespectful to Saudi traditions.
The Voice Media Group -- owner of alternative weeklies like The Village Voice and LA Weekly -- said Tuesday that it was exploring possible merger-and-acquisition options, including the sale of its publications.
The worker, who was not named, voluntarily reported that he had been flying the drone.