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"The question everyone will want answered, of course, is: Who should be held accountable?..."
Simon says: Kim Jong Un is a whack job, but that does not necessarily mean we should hail movies about him getting whacked.
They will assist political campaigns and corporations.
American editors and news directors voted on the biggest stories of 2014.
The police commissioner ties Saturday's shootings to ongoing protests in the city and across the country.
The new job is high profile, as a GOP Capitol Hill begins to tussle with President Barack Obama.
The Oklahoma Republican says his relationship with Obama "isn't based on my political philosophy or his."
Mike Lee's position back home is turning the GOP civil war on its head.
Russian shoppers are buying everything they can--before the ruble collapses completely.
The economy is in tatters, but on the whole a peaceful transition is expected.
The simmering stalemate between Hamas and Fatah will not end well.
Barack Obama's criticism of Sony Pictures Entertainment is perhaps his sharpest rebuke of Hollywood yet.
His statement comes as the contours of Clinton's likely campaign will begin to take shape early next year.
His remarks come after two NYPD police officers are murdered in Brooklyn.
The Florida Republican chides Rand Paul for being "the chief cheerleader for Obama's foreign policy."
The president asks people to reject violence and focus on prayer.