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Digital spending still lags behind TV, but it's creeping closer to cable and radio budgets.
Meeting with Jerry Brown, Mexico's president discusses the need for U.S. immigration reform.
Even the fictional Beltway is having trouble winning voters this year.
The move could pave the way for airstrikes against Islamic State targets there.
State police say Louis Freeh was airlifted to a New Hampshire hospital with serious injuries.
Opinion: If one Arizona House primary is any indication, big money is staying in politics.
Will there be a GOP wave in the Senate--or a wipeout?
President Obama points to the achievements of his own administration in advancing gender equality.
He calls for congressional action, but few lawmakers likely support the idea close to an election.
His political career may be over, but McDonnell's sparring on the stand proves he can go toe-to-toe.
He says people should make a video of themselves writing a check to ALS and holding it up.
The Congressional Black Caucus wants someone to oversee the nation's police departments.
Weapons sent to universities raise questions about why police need defense-grade hardware.
The number of employees at the five largest U.S. defense firms dropped 14 percent from 2008.
David Rivkin will represent the House as it seeks to show that Obama misused executive authority.
The governor's defense team argues that the law being used against him is unconstitutionally vague.
Michael Brown's funeral will be a solemn end to a brutal month that should have never happened.
To get ahead of a negative story, Scott Brown's campaign releases the emails to Breitbart.
In his eulogy for Michael Brown, he calls for America to "deal with" the policing in Ferguson.
The paper describes the teen shot earlier this month as "no angel" in an article on his funeral.