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Republicans and Democrats have gravitated to the pontiff's inclusive message.
The statistician's 2014 election predictions may be helping Democrats fundraise through fear.
The conservative host and GOP lawmaker spar over immigration reform on the "Laura Ingraham Show."
The former secretary of state plays the social media game with a Throwback Thursday selfie.
A partisan divide over the agency slows progress.
The Republican governor offers admonishments as the protesters interrupted other people's questions.
He says the president is at odds with his former lawmaker self on executive privilege.
The Washington Post named a replacement to take over the policy blog previously run by Ezra Klein.
People charged with predicting government spending for agriculture face a wild ride.
"It's going to be very hard to hold the Senate -- I think the Senate goes," MSNBC's Chris Matthews said on Thursday morning's edition of "Morning Joe." "I think we heard from the Ghost of Christmas Future this week. They're going to lose the Senate."
The New York Times reporter and editor spent two decades at the paper and won a Pulitzer.
He says their influence extends so far into national affairs that they're blocking the aid bill.
The procedure is to "find the source of" and correct atrial fibrillation, an irregular heart rhythm.
Forty-eight percent support Clinton compared to 35 percent for Christie, the poll says.
The board can play it safe or honor the organizations that reported on the NSA leaks.
Agressive measures could jeopardize profits.
The Koch brothers-backed Americans for Prosperity will air the ads throughout Arkansas.
The White House and insurance industry officials are in a dispute over the number.