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Cuban serving life over 1996 shootdown among three released by U.S.
Marco Rubio says the talks are "part of a long record of coddling dictators and tyrants."
"Today, it brings me great joy to join with Judy Gross and Senators Leahy and Flake to bring my friend Alan Gross home from Cuba after his five years in prison," Van Hollen said.
The interview comes in the wake of Alan Gross' release from a Cuban prison.
The two Time Inc. magazines will cut circulation guarantees for advertisers.
The president stunned the world Wednesday with a prisoner swap and a bold, sudden opening toward Cuba.
The Obamas said what they've experienced does not compare to what others have gone through.
A ban on entering the U.S. was lifted by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for a woman named Estefana Isaas, according to the New York Times, so she could work for an Obama fundraiser.
Nevertheless, Clinton's numbers are still strong compared the GOP hopefuls.
Rahm Emanuel embraces the country as he looks to give his city an economic boost.
Conservative activists are on attack over taxes, spending, immigration and Common Core.
She makes her first comments since the Senate's CIA report was made public.
The toll of Taliban attacks is measured in more than bodies.
The dark and deadly world of pharma spam.
The bill was the minimum lawmakers could do to prevent tax hikes for millions of individuals and businesses.
With Russia's economy is rapidly imploding, Putin is feeling the pain.
Operatives in early voting states say he may be more formidable than is assumed.
News sites didn't give Bush's announcement the banner treatment.
"Around the edges there's a lot of loosey-goosey stuff going on," one lobbyist said.
Farenthold, first elected to Congress as part of the GOP wave of 2010, has adamantly denied any wrongdoing.