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He raises more than $1.6 million in the second quarter of 2014.
The House Republican pushes back against claims that his caucus hasn't challenged the president.
She defends her family and the Bushes, but adds that America is not a monarchy.
The attorney general calls for governments around the world to adopt a "comprehensive strategy."
The governor says that it would be "hypocritical" to meet with Sandy Hook families.
He resigns a month after helping to defend the team name against accusations of racism.
He says the president is acting on immigration "for political reasons, very, very cynically."
Paul narrowly leads the 2016 GOP field while Clinton remains comfortably ahead among Democrats.
It prepares a possible invasion against Hamas.
The Texas Republican calls the Mississippi contest between Cochran and McDaniel "appalling."
Simon says to dare mention the lesson of Vietnam is to risk painting oneself as weak-willed.
Mark Zuckerberg must reconcile Silicon Valley's ambition with the sobering lessons of Washington.
"I might be next," a deadly serious Roberts recalls telling a fellow Republican senator.
The two will roll out legislation that comprehensively overhauls the U.S. criminal justice system.
The retaliation was pervasive and often carried out in a personal manner, witnesses will testify.
In three years, he's gone from a fast-rising politician to a dug-in administration lifer.
He will postpone -- for now -- asking Congress to change existing laws.
Opinion: Just, whatever you do, please don't call them that.
Hardly a week goes by in which the Nevada senator doesn't take to the floor to attack the Kochs.
Maine's governor is taking heat for a bizarre series of meetings with extremist groups.