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The former president says the Democrat is "what his district and our country need now."
The tea party activist calls the frontrunner soft on a variety of social and economic issues.
Opinion: Early learning programs are popular, except with Republicans in Congress.
If Republicans lose the Senate race, they'll have Sarah Palin to thank.
Lawmakers issue subpoenas to members of Gov. Christie's administration and the Port Authority.
The White House certifies that the country is upholding its 35-year-old peace treaty.
He sweeps pass three other candidates in the special election to fill Trey Radel's vacant seat.
Simon says: Can he really become president by saying nothing?
What to know about the ruling that voters have the right to implement bans on racial preferences.
The anti-Keystone campaigner says he isn't entering politics for a personal gain.
The former White House adviser says the account of Obama's evolution on gay marriage is wrong.
"His legacy lives on in the city of Chicago and on dance floors across the globe," the letter says.
They respond to the New Jersey governor's remarks bashing the state's "quality of life."
Jennifer Gratz's own college rejection ultimately set a Supreme Court decision in motion.
Vice News says in a statement it is working with the State Department on the situation.
Actor Martin Sheen reprises his role as the fictional president to call for prison reform.
The Democratic senator leads two Republican challengers, according to an internal poll.
The Cowboys and Indians Alliance takes to the National Mall to protest the Keystone XL pipeline.
The president congratulates the first American to win the race in Boston since 1983.
About 150 soldiers will be sent to Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia until further notice.