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Back-to-back votes are scheduled to begin around 2 p.m. Thursday.
He still trails most of his predecessors' ratings at similar times in their tenure.
The new exam, debuting in 2016, will do away with topics that have tormented students for decades.
Debo Adegbile is the first nominee thwarted since Senate Democrats changed filibuster rules.
Keith Alexander says the NSA is set to make progress on legislation no one has heard of.
It will take down postings from sellers advertising that they won't conduct background checks.
"I believe that tolerance is a two-way street," says the Minnesota Republican.
They move toward a vote to hold Lois Lerner in contempt after fireworks at a House hearing.
"Once upon a time CNN really was the only cable news network," the MSNBC commentator says.
Chuck Hagel says the U.S. will take part in "augmenting" NATO's air policing mission.
A Think Project reporter and a Washington Post developer will join the new "Project X."
In a crowded GOP field, he endorses a state senator with establishment support.
The former Republican vice presidential candidate will speak at the event April 11 in Cedar Rapids.
He slams IRS hearings as a "political witch hunt."
The weatherman says he won't be going head-to-head with politicians at his new gig.
The channel's not getting even half the total audience that its predecessor managed, AdAge reports.
Says people didn't know what to expect in October.
Opinion: Harshly criticizing the president during international crises provides comfort to enemies.
She takes to Twitter to criticize the Senate majority leader for slamming the Koch brothers.
It gives the administration the ability to immediately provide loan guarantees in an existing program.