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Here are a collection of behind-the-scene tidbits from the president's recent eight-day Pacific trip.
The Florida senator will headline two rallies and a fundraiser with the Baton Rouge congressman.
They're ready to cause as much trouble in the minority as the tea party.
The vote follows a dramatic campaign by the Louisiana senator on behalf of the pipeline legislation.
The Utah Republican will succeed Darrell Issa as Obama's leading watchdog.
CBS, the biggest television network in the United States, says it could be blacked out by Dish Network if the two sides don't reach a contract agreement this week.
The New York Times accidentally published a rough draft of an article online on Tuesday, inlcuding multiple leads, unedited B matter, and several blank spaces marked "TK," a shorthand that journalists use as a placeholder in the editing process.
The secretive committee oversees the intelligence community.
Travis Kalanick slams Emil Michael for suggesting that the company dig up dirt on journalists.
Lynch is poised to become the first test for whether Republicans will continue to process Obama's nominations.
Vincent Harris and his Austin-based firm Harris Media join up with RANDPAC.
"Talk about arrogance," Gov. Bobby Jindal says.
The MSNBC host has some $4.5 million in outstanding taxes against him and his businesses.
The discussions are aimed at trying to separate the immigration debate from the government-funding discussion.
He is now eligible for Medicare but will keep his current health plan.