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The mother of captured journalist Steven Sotloff asks ISIL to release her son.
The event will take place at the Virginia home of Republican fundraisers Bobbie and Bill Kilberg.
The Arizona Republican has some advice for Chuck Todd and "Meet the Press."
Debbie Wasserman Schultz says the Democratic candidate won't switch parties again.
The disruption comes at a bad time for the company and its potential acquirer, Comcast.
The Massachusetts senator will make her first visit to the late night show.
The Louisiana governor alleges that the Education Department has violated federal law.
He says the group is not a big threat to the U.S.
The negligence inquiry stems from a corruption probe when she was France's finance minister
Douglas McAuthur McCain was in Syria to fight with a militant group, a U.S. official says.
The speaker spends time in Jackson Hole urging the well-heeled crowd to fill Republican coffers.
The results haven't always been pretty, but the majority leader found a way.
The President is once again held back by his own visceral resistance to unilateral military action.
Andy Tobin and Gary Kiehne remain neck and neck in the Republican primary.
Opinion: Scottish independence could well be the final insult.
A Union Army officer is being awarded the nation's highest military decoration.
Only four years ago he was a governor who had run for office as a rock-ribbed conservative.
He has said in the past he will not run for president again.
Beyond the recruiting scandal, he will also have to manage messaging with regulators.
With air travel becoming ever more annoying, anger over legroom is causing conflict on board.