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The magazine, which ceased publication last year, is starting up the presses again.
Justices discuss the legal impact of miles becoming virtual currency.
The former vice president says he wishes the family's spat had remained private.
The court also orders the site to shut down within 20 days unless it can weed out pirated material.
The heads of both major political parties spar over the shutdown on CNN's "Crossfire."
Nearly a year after the Sandy Hook shootings, changing the nation's laws remains difficult.
The VP's swing through Asia comes amid heightened tensions about China's new air defense zone.
Get ready for the next line of attack from Republicans: Good luck keeping your doctor.
The Louisiana senator says he expects to make his decision by January.
Infighting among rival commodity interests is nothing new, but this time it's worse.
A campaign worker has been let go after incendiary remarks surfaced about immigrants.
The White House Council on Environmental Quality chairwoman will step down in February.
The former president's remark fueled speculation that he was distancing himself from the ACA.
The radio talk show host will be in her own comic book called "Female Force: Laura Ingraham."
The representative from Illinois joins POLITICO for our latest "Answer This" interview installment.
Opinion: Republicans need to start standing for ideas the American people want to support.
The effort is aimed at urging the Republican-led House to take up immigration reform.
Only 26 percent of those polled say the rollout of the Affordable Care Act has been a success.
Still, they haven't let the administration completely off the hook for the Obamacare rollout.