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Vulnerable members of the president's party appear to run from questions about Obamacare.
A duo says he didn't give Lois Lerner "clear-cut choice" between answering and risking contempt.
Opinion: The break-glass-in-emergency Democratic option in tough midterms is finding a boogeyman.
Opinion: Attacking the president on foreign policy is not going to bolster him.
The MSNBC "Morning Joe" host will be included in a presidential survey at a New Hampshire event.
"People speak as though we know all of the pertinent facts surrounding this matter," he says.
Strategists say it's far from a sure bet that the embattled D.C. mayor will lose come April 1.
David Jolly's victory is the latest sign that a D.C. lobbying background isn't a deal-breaker.
Sanjay Gupta's "Weed 2: Cannabis Madness" draws large numbers in the 25-to-54 demographic.
"These baseless charges should never have been brought in the first place," a spokeswoman says.
The NBC News division head and "Meet the Press" host will discuss format changes for the show.
He defends his administration as the two clash.
The potential 2016 candidate is launching the group ahead of a trip to New Hampshire.
McGinniss's campaign book was so raw that he was accused of seducing, then abandoning his subjects.
Advocates say Office of Net Assessment's reach makes it an asset, but some question its efficacy.
The Senate Commerce Committee chairman warns ICANN against approving the Web ending.
Republicans say he shouldn't have disclosed internal proceedings over the CIA investigation.
"I will remain a proud cheerleader and champion for this awesome state that I love," she says.
Prospects dim for long-term unemployment legislation as the chamber prepares for recess.
"I would be happy to get her coffee, or carry her luggage," the actress says in an interview.