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Steve Southerland finds himself in a multimillion dollar brawl with Election Day rapidly approaching.
"An apology is always nice, but a corporate CEO apology doesn't save lives," a co-president said.
The president is underwater with women in key states.
Republicans thought this would be the year to make education their winning issue, but not so far.
The justices declined to re-impose an injunction against the law granted last week by a judge.
Chief Justice John Roberts seems to be going wobbly again.
During his long-planned 7-day trip to Europe, two more cases of Ebola were confirmed.
It was a question not of if but when Obama would cave to congressional and public demands.
He wants Americans to send money to help him stop travel from the Ebola-hotspot countries.
In dealing with a deadly outbreak, there's no substitute for deep expertise.
Klain will be responsible for the administration's "whole of government Ebola response."
The Kentucky Republican says his party's 2016 nominee should focus on criminal justice reform.
Infighting offers Democrats a shot at ousting one of the GOP's leading immigration hardliners.
Two prominent conservative groups announce a joint $3 million investment in seven House races.
The crisis is escalating just as people begin early voting in key states.
Tom Frieden leaves a House hearing with some bruises but also with his ability to function intact.
He also signals that he is open to a travel ban but doubts it would do more to protect Americans.
Health and transportation experts say it wouldn't stem the spread of Ebola.
She slams those who wanted to "let Detroit go bankrupt," which was the title of a Romney op-ed.
The retiring Iowa senator plans to use the campaign funds for a charitable contribution.