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After a relatively calm night in Ferguson, the governor orders the Guard to start withdrawing.
"It definitely doesn't show up in any surveys as a big issue for the right or left," a pollster says.
"I don't think anybody believes anything can happen this year."
Opinion: Protesters in Missouri truly don't want justice, and there has been no peace.
Opinion: We are asking too much of the Federal Reserve and not enough of our elected officials.
The DNC chair says deporting children detained at the border is sending them to "certain death."
But the Republican National Committee still has a bigger bank account.
Social networks like Twitter highlight tensions in the moment rather than calm them.
Alison Lundergan Grimes, meanwhile, says it is time to put the minority leader "out to pasture."
The invitation for the event was sent out by Sen. Tammy Baldwin and tickets start at $10,000.
A judge rules it has until Oct. 1 to give the documents to the House Oversight panel.
The Pentagon is considering sending about 300 more troops to Iraq to enhance security.
"I remember how humiliating that was and how angry I was," the attorney general says.
In his public corruption trial, the former Virginia governor says he and his wife barely spoke.
Same-sex couples would have been able to wed Thursday if the Supreme Court hadn't intervened.
Hagan leads Tillis, 45 percent to 43 percent, with Libertarian Sean Haugh coming in at 5 percent.
The Ferguson family will march for Eric Garner, who died after police put him in a choke hold.
A woman questions the lawmaker on whether he's allowing to play Springsteen's music at events.
Foley "stands in stark contrast" to his killers and to ISIL, Obama says.