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He departs Foggy Bottom amid growing speculation over a potential campaign to return to the Senate.
Bill Haslam said the 2014 election results prove that GOP gubernatorial candidates can compete in any state.
He addresses an assertion that "there is essentially no credit risk on the Federal Reserve's balance sheet right now."
Negative headlines for Hillary Clinton have come fast and furious, but most Democrats are unconcerned.
A rough first term and reelection in Chicago has brought out a humbler side of the in-your-face pol.
Jeb Bush is "certainly capable of learning" about foreign affairs, Rubio says.
GOP insiders also say a pro-immigration reform candidate can win, and Carly Fiorina impresses.
Trump tells POLITICO that Wisconsin's Republican governor requested the meeting.
How a former CIA executive and a new breed of lettuce are transforming the poorest parts of the Rust Belt city.
Endless amounts of snow. How a series of blizzards buried a governor and mayor.
The department cited child migrants' privacy in objecting to the request from POLITICO.
Clinton foes had questioned the ethics of a potential president accepting money from foreign governments.
A top Democratic donor claims the DNC chair offered to switch positions on medical pot if he took back his criticism.
The Fox News host slams a report alleging that he made false claims about his Falklands War experience.
The group, which represents gay conservatives, say they have been blocked from sponsoring CPAC.
It accuses the Democratic senator of a 'coverup' involving veterans' abuse of prescription drugs.
As his halting Chicago performance showed, Bush's No. 1 issue may be his own reserve.
The cable channel bids to stem cataclysmic ratings declines.
Israeili prime minister challenges the White House to release details of its negotiations with Iran.