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The White House didn't ask for time on CBS, NBC, ABC or Fox.
Rand Paul and other Republicans hope it can now make it through the Senate.
He helped block NSA reform. Now civil liberties groups are feeling betrayed.
Univision and Telemundo will adjust programming.
Analysis: The situation is different than it was in 2013.
The perfect response to the latest cable news controversy.
The freshman governor would succeed Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin in the position.
He makes the remarks over the president's plan to grant relief to undocumented immigrants.
Other GOP chief state executives were largely with him.
Senior Republicans fear overreach.
The president cannot act alone; the Constitution requires compromise.
The Senate is making incremental progress on trimming down a list of dozens of pending ambassadors.
He says she should start speaking to income inequality issues, calling it a "necessary" move for the likely Democratic presidential contender.
House Democrats pick him over Rep. Anna Eshoo for the Energy and Commerce Committee.
GOP leaders say he is poisoning the well for any future immigration talks.
On Wednesday night, The New Republic will host a star-studded black-tie gala in Washington to celebrate its centennial. Behind the scenes, there is less to celebrate.
Only one woman will lead a House committee in the next Congress.
She will be the fourth woman to serve as entertainer in the dinner's 82-year history.
Emanuel and Rauner have a friendship that dates back a decade and a half.
Simon says the media often seem to care only about "doom and gloom."