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Dick Cheney, Paul Ryan, Joaquin Castro and Karen Bass make appearances.
It disproves an allegation that state officials might have tampered with pollution monitors.
Reggie Walton denies the administration's request to keep data past the current five-year maximum.
He blasts members of the GOP who say the party must lose "unfashionable" but "proven" principles.
Reporters who witnessed the event say a pro-Russian militia is to blame.
He also reiterates that a "great president" would handle things differently.
A cover story revealing the founder of Bitcoin is getting pushback.
POLITICO Influence: The RightNOW PAC will deliver checks to its first candidates in fancy wallets.
He's still going after Lois Lerner's testimony, though the agency plans to turn over new documents.
He is bound to face criticism for spending the weekend away from the White House.
The libertarian-leaning senator says his beliefs are no less strong than the Texan's.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he has not yet received his brewskies.
Bruce Gottlieb steps down to pursue work in policy and government affairs.
He says jokes about Dole's failed presidential bid "crossed a line."
Larry King says he wouldn't let RT edit his show.
The proposed legislation also bans captive breeding and the import and export of orcas.
At CPAC, he says Clinton and Benghazi are both part of the GOP's discussions as they plan for 2016.
He outlines a small-government vision and praised the accomplishments of fellow governors.
The man tapped to overhaul labels for the first time in two decades is not who you might expect.
There's no breakdown on exactly how more than $2 billion has been spent on Obamacare since 2010.