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The veteran White House correspondent will retire next month after 41 years at ABC.
The Solidarity Delegation will head to Israel on for a 3-day mission focused mainly in Jerusalem.
"The killing of this 18-year-old man kind of scratched an old wound," the Missouri governor says.
Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson says Wilson has been a police officer for six years.
"Let's not act like we've solved the problem" in Ferguson, the civil rights activist says.
It's a sharp disconnect that is playing out in many Republican districts across the country.
"In my campaigns, I've never promised voters that I'd be a typical politician," he says.
The conservative radio host says she can't tell if he's the president or a liberal columnist.
The late senator's hold is felt in the defeat Gov. Abercrombie and Hanabusa's campaign.
The Kentucky Republican is staking out new ground talking about race and police brutality.
Chuck Todd will try, against all odds, to prove a morning news show can still set the national agenda.
Its status is on the rise, despite withdrawing from consideration to host the 2016 GOP convention.
The anger remains. The protesters aren't going anywhere. But the mood appears markedly different.
Paul's reaction to the events in Ferguson shows that he is becoming an important voice for the GOP.
The NYT reporter refuses to testify in the prosecution of a CIA officer.
A judge rejects an effort to delay voting in two precincts that could decide a Senate primary.
The president's plan to snag two weeks off in Martha's Vineyard is an utter failure.
A Missouri state senator has some choice words for Gov. Jay Nixon over Twitter.
Sometimes a politician's biggest sin is failing to show up.
Legal experts say orders to stop filming police are not supported up by court precedent.