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Some economists warn a tax overhaul may not be a spark.
Obama's overtures to Senate Democrats complicate matters for Republicans working on sanctions bills.
He says there are areas of London where "women don't feel comfortable going in without veils."
The GOP accepts the notion of climate change -- but manages to wiggle out of a possible trap.
31.7 million Americans watched President Obama's 2015 State of the Union address on television, the lowest turnout since President Clinton's final State of the Union address in 2000.
She dismissed the idea that Kiev couldn't be trusted with the money.
He mentioned Google, eBay, Tesla, Instagram, CVS and United Parcel Service.
He will work in his Washington home while he recovers.
"We wanted to be clear there's nothing to hide here," says CAP President Neera Tanden.
CNN is producing a new political game show hosted by Anderson Cooper, TVNewser reports.
Design director Erick Fletes, communications director Annie Augustine and story editor James Burnett will leave the magazine.
Republicans are forced to drop proposed legislation at the last minute.
He previews his possible White House run by playing up his foreign policy credentials.
"What caused the recovery were the programs that in fact we put in place," he says.
They want to offer an alternative to tougher legislation that could impose new sanctions as soon as July.
The legislation comes from House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Mike McCaul.
His ratings have not recovered since since the so-called "Bridgegate" news.
Her speech will further many of the economic ideas outlined in the State of the Union address.
Members of the Obama administration will take over social media to answer questions on Tuesday's State of the Union address and other issues.
The Kentucky Republican says his party needs to show it can do something when it's in charge.