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She warns of voting issues in Hawaiian precincts crippled by a massive tropical storm.
To many, her comments on Iraq and Syria simply felt like code for Bush-era interventionism.
The United States will not intervene in foreign crises directly -- except when it does.
President Barack Obama offered his backing Monday to the new prime minister of Iraq.
Comcast and Time Warner Cable sponsor a dinner spotlighting Mignon Clyburn.
He says attorneys from the Justice Department's civil rights division will work with FBI agents.
The Democratic lawmaker says it could become a reality if Republicans hold on to the House.
In Moscow, the actor buys a T-shirt with the Russian president's face on it.
A team will work with government agencies to make websites more consumer friendly.
The California Democrat will be a guest on "Next Great Baker" on TLC.
The longtime political analyst and pollster spent 20 years as political editor of CBS News.
Clinton said that Obama's quip -- "Don't do stupid stuff" -- is not an adequate "organizing principle."
For top military brass, the obesity epidemic is increasingly seen as a national security threat.
Maxwell Kennedy challenges Obama to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
The two Missouri senators speak following the police shooting of a St. Louis area teen.
The IRS will need to ensure that millions of Americans are correctly calculating their benefits.
Austin Beutner is a former deputy mayor of Los Angeles and a former investment banker
Former President Bill Clinton will be featured at the event.
Karl Rove says Clinton is not going to be as belligerent as Bush or as overly cautious as Obama.
Musicians throw their voices behind the coalition, speaking out against voter ID laws.