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Harper Lee's hero could never make it in real politics.
"It's very difficult to pass anything now because of the Democrats," the Florida Republican says.
Obama's decision to approve or reject the oil pipeline could come weeks or months after he vetoes Congress' bill.
He says it will prevent mom-and-pop investors from getting fleeced by financial advisers.
The ruling is a big blow at the governor's efforts to slice spending.
He has quietly thrown down the gauntlet in a lingering dispute with Russia.
For the fourth time, Democrats block a bill that seeks to reverse Obama's immigration order.
African-Americans accounted for 4.5 percent of the special agents at the end of 2014.
Although "Don't Ask Don't Tell" was repealed in 2010, current military law bars transgender people from enrolling under a policy that prohibits people who have a "current or history of psychosexual conditions."
Frank Underwolf ruthlessly huffs and puffs and blows houses down.
"If you're not willing to be called a few names to help out your country, you don't care enough."
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly almost certainly exaggerated his experiences during the Falklands War and its aftermath in 1982, as several CBS News staffers who were with him at the time attest. He wasn't actually in a "war zone" or "combat situation," as he has often said, but instead at a violent protest. No one appears to have been killed during the riot, despite his claim that "many people died." He was certainly not on the Falkland Islands.
He leads a crowded field for the Republican presidential nomination in his home state.
Obama's plan to raise capital gains taxes on wealthy families is winning public approval.
If Fox News host Bill O'Reilly has a "Brian Williams problem," it may be one with a different outcome.
Clinton may opt for a flat structure with no one in the traditional role of finance chair.
The Justice Department says Cleveland is in crisis; the city's black mayor and police chief say the opposite. Who's right?
Democrats say they won't support a war authorization against ISIL if Obama agrees to Republican demands to expand his power.
The fees are thwarting the goals of a push to digitize health records.
The debate over to how to protect an open Internet has been a prime opportunity for K Street.