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Republicans could use votes targeted at specific aspects of the law.
The Tom Steyer-funded group finds attacks on the Koch brothers to be effective in key races.
Nearly two-thirds of likely voters disapprove of Obama's immigration handling, a new poll shows.
No one should underestimate the significance if the Republicans capture the upper chamber.
Six percent say relations are better under Obama.
The president scores poorly when it comes to his economic leadership.
An Ebola survivor flew to Nebraska to donate blood to an infected U.S. aid worker.
Opinion: Even Putin is paying attention to the potential impact of a breakaway state.
Opinion: Here's a better Senate agenda, built on serious measures
While he was careful not to outshine his wife at the Harkin Steak Fry, he veers sharply into improv.
It's her first step toward moving past her phobia of Iowa, which helped shatter her 2008 bid.
Simon says she needs to win Iowa in 2016 and Bill is going to play along.
Top lawmakers begin to publicly discuss voting on an Authorization for Use of Military Force.
The Pulitzer winner drew caustic satire for the Philadelphia Inquirer for more than 40 years.
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake complained of chest pains during the Star-Spangled Banner celebration.
Prime Minister David Cameron praises David Haines as a British hero.
"We're always nervous about people moving too far to the right," Harkin says.
The senator says "if the NFL doesn't police themselves, then we will be looking more into it."
In contrast to the war in Iraq, he says this operation isn't looking at "combat troops on the ground."
The former press secretary says "the sixth year is always particularly bad for a president's party."