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Democrats capitalize on their rules change by confirming the first of three judicial nominees.
Opinion: The coming months will put the countries' "unbreakable bond" to the test.
President Obama's distant cousin is challenging Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts from the right.
He is the star of the latest edition of the "Political Power" graphic biography series.
The powerful PAC pledges to stay on the sidelines in the Lone Star State's Senate primary.
The president's ties to Mandela and the anti-apartheid movement he led go deeper than symbolism.
A Texas woman is expected to plead guilty to sending Obama and Bloomberg ricin-laced letters.
Ken Langone grills the House minority whip about Congress's low approval rating.
It isn't clear when the House might act on the bill or whether Senate Republicans will go along.
A round of snow is expected to hit the region just in time for the morning commute.
"I think he probably will. I mean he's been on TV hinting that he very well might," Ron Paul says.
The Republican radio spots target candidates who face tough reelection campaigns in 2014.
The veteran newsman says the "60 minutes" host's whole record should be considered.
Harry Reid splits with South Dakota Democrats on Senate hopeful Rick Weiland.
It's not enough to elect the first woman president; we need the second so it's no longer a novelty.
Simon says Nelson Mandela's enemies have faded away and he's now a warrior at peace.
Oklahoma lawmakers say satanists erecting a monument at the state Capitol is far from a reality.
In recent weeks, advocates have taken a decidedly sharper, more aggressive turn in their efforts.