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Gregory could be out at "Meet the Press" as early as November, but he's not leaving Washington.
The proposal phases out older rail tank cars.
Chief among their recommendations are changes to a 2008 anti-trafficking law.
Jim Himes advises an angry caller to try 'a little more C-SPAN and a little less Fox News.'
They argue over the handling of the investigation and crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Zelda la Grange, Mandela's private secretary for almost 20 years, discusses her new memoir.
More than half of Americans believe that they or others are better off with the health care law.
He ignores the FAA ban in attempt for cease-fire.
TMZ reports that she intends to promptly pay the $154 ticket.
The promotion makes Schultz the No. 2 in the White House press operation.
There appears to be no clear answer to that question, at least not right now.
Both Michelle Nunn and Jason Carter are hoping to prevail in statewide races.
Turning the House into a more tech-savvy operation is a constant challenge.
The boom years are over for lobbyists, and they don't seem to be coming back.
The Obama administration will create a new option for certain religious nonprofits.
He acknowledges anxieties about world crises are feeding cynicism that may hurt his party.
The former New York City mayor's announcement is a rebuke of the Obama administration.
Opinion: Health reform's intense politics continue to defy all expectations.
I wrote a tough book on the Clinton family. Here's what happened next.
Opinion: It's up to President Barack Obama to stop the conflict.