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There are whispers that the Senate majority leader is washed-up, finished. Should we believe them?
Opinion: He is underwriting Burger King's proposed move to Canada that the left is denouncing.
Sawyer has anchored ABC's flagship newscast since December 2009.
Dianne Feinstein notifies Eric Holder that it would be inappropriate to release portions of the summary.
Here are ten things you need to know about Burger King after it has purchased Tim Hortons.
Republicans swore they'd turn around the party's performance with women after 2012.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association will give the FDA a large database of safety information.
Democrats only hear one thing when Republicans talk about their plans: Government shutdown.
"You know, Kirsten, you're even pretty when you're fat," one congressman said to the senator.
The poll comes as rumors have begun to swirl about a potential Romney bid for president in 2016.
Three in four players agree that marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol.
"I do think he really needs to engage," the former North Dakota senator says.
The high-dollar fundraiser in October is being called "the ultimate women's power lunch."
Darrell Issa's campaign against the White House's political affairs is escalating.
The crash shook the ground and frightened residents, and the pilot's fate is unknown.
The president and his former secretary of state will both speak at the Women's Leadership Forum.
The mother of captured journalist Steven Sotloff asks ISIL to release her son.
The event will take place at the Virginia home of Republican fundraisers Bobbie and Bill Kilberg.
The Arizona Republican has some advice for Chuck Todd and "Meet the Press."
Debbie Wasserman Schultz says the Democratic candidate won't switch parties again.