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It could prove ominous for House Republicans as they prepare to file suit against the White House.
She declined to say if it will fully fund the request from Obama, totaling about $3.7 billion.
The White House wants emails detailing its involvement in Shirley Sherrod's firing kept secret.
Sen. Bernie Sanders says senators have agreed to offset portions of the legislation.
Democrats and Republicans agree the best strategy this election year is to punt on big decisions.
A series of crises is forcing Washington to wake up and pay attention.
The group overtakes struggling Squire Patton Boggs in quarterly revenues.
But the president also says "the politics of it end up being difficult to get it through Congress."
The White House press secretary criticizes the Washington Post for a story on the border crisis.
Daniel Halper's book claims they lobbied GE to fire the MSNBC journalist for remarks on Chelsea.
The vice president tells Congress to "stop fooling around" and pass reforms to the department.
An agency official suggests new information has emerged regarding the missing documents.
Experts on the Campaign Pro Lulncheon panel agree that authenticity is crucial to a good ad.
"This is a danger for the whole world," Ukraine's president says.
In Colorado, 65 percent say marijuana should be illegal in bars and clubs where alcohol is served.
The president asks of the separatists: "What exactly are they trying to hide?"
"Now that the book is done, she wants time to think about that and work through it," he says.
The order aims to protect federal workers from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.
The Virginia Democrat says Congress wants a much stronger response against Russia.
"I can die a happy man not being president," he tells journalist Evan Osnos.