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Opinion: Obama has let a USAID contractor languish in Cuban prison.
The repaired website stands up to a million visitors with some bumps but no major crashes.
She has been promoting her work for the homeless, specifically her Thanksgiving Day event.
The interview will air on Thursday and take place at American University in Washington.
It is under pressure to come up with a deal that proves it can finalize a global trade deal.
Average American scores on the international education tests haven't budged in a decade.
He suggests the administration is covering up details from the attack in Benghazi.
Four people were killed and more than 60 were injured in the Metro-North derailment.
He mocks the former White House adviser for saying that Obamacare will work really well by 2017.
Ripping up prime time, network president wants to steal viewers from Discovery, A&E.
If states can't complete applications by year's end, some could go without coverage in early 2014.
Picks for the Education Department are riling the establishment.
The governor of New Hampshire says she owes her start in politics to Jeanne Shaheen.
The federal government is losing promising experts and engineers.
The agency tasked with bolstering digital defenses has its own deficiencies, says a watchdog.
McCarthy says pollution has the public "crying out for change" as it did in the U.S. not long ago.
Early indications are that Democrats are going to put up more of a fight than during his first term.
As Gov. Tom Corbett's approval ratings sink lower, Democrats line up to take him on.
As part of the plan, new revenue through fee increases -- not tax hikes -- is likely.
The U.S. ambassador to Manila, Philip Goldberg, describes China's move as dangerous.