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Simon says we are not a civilized society until domestic violence stops.
She agrees with the Homeland Security secretary that the agency should not "rush to judgment."
The Senate left without taking action on a bill to rein in the NSA's bulk data collection.
The WHO Ebola response team says more than 70 percent of people who fall sick are dying.
"When I had a problem in the House getting a bill passed, I'd call Pat," Dole said.
The raids against ISIL are the first outside Iraq.
Opinion: The president is coming to Turtle Bay hat in hand.
Opinion: If economic elites were as powerful as some believe, their ideas would already be reality.
The party platform supports "the pre-born child's fundamental right to life and personhood."
The candidacy of Michael Michaud has not fully drawn the expected support.
The former secretary of state will headline an Oct. 2 dinner in Miami.
Democrats love to cast Republicans as the party of big money, but new numbers tell a very different story.
It's the latest bid by the White House to make policy on issues it says Congress cannot agree on.
The president is to attempting to get support from Egypt and Iraq.
He invites leadership to testify on the breach.
Some Republicans say it's unfair for her to speak to the media and not lawmakers.
"I'm blessed I have a husband who owns up to his mistakes," Kelly McAllister says in a new ad.
It demands Obama publicize the recommendations he's gotten on how to go around Congress.
It will be folded back into The Atlantic's main website, bringing an end to the long disintegration.
A judge halts the Kentucky Republican senator's surveillance case.