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The campaign aims to raise awareness and end sexual assault on college campuses.
The NRCC chairman says his party is poised for a strong performance in the midterm election.
He says he expects some of the Syrian rebels the U.S. will train to defect to other groups.
The former president says plans to combat ISIL can work, but not with U.S. ground forces.
Dmitry Medvedev says the West must listen to Russia's position and consider its national interests.
Fighter jets entirely destroy a depot held by militants in the northeastern part of the country.
The White House chief information officer leaves for USAID to coordinate the fight against ebola.
Alibaba is the largest e-commerce company in the world, bigger than Amazon and eBay combined.
Gotcha stories have been front and center in an abnormally large number of top races this year.
The Virginia Republican congressional candidate's TV ad labels her Democratic opponent a "sexist."
Opinion: The Arab world is more violent, unstable, fragmented and driven by extremism than before.
There's a new war on terror. So just what is Obama's mysterious FBI director up to?
It's part of an effort by the freshman to go all-in as Republicans battle to retake the Senate.
The likely 2016 candidate blasts his own party for complicating drug laws and voting rights.
With 17 of 32 regional electoral centers reporting, the No side has 56 percent of the vote.
He applauds lawmakers for the "speed and seriousness" of a vote to arm Syrian rebels.
The Republican governor of Georgia thinks federal bureaucrats have something to do with it.
A measure that did not pass could have opened the door to a controversial deportation vote.