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Using terms like “pushy” and “shrill” are pretty blatant examples of casting female candidates in an unflattering light.
The revelation has revived questions about why the White House has been unwilling to provide similar information on other strikes.
Eric Holder, a former judge and U.S. attorney, will exit the Justice Department as the third-longest serving attorney general in U.S.
The GOP leadership of the House Armed Services Committee has tucked the provision into an early version of an annual defense spending bill.
The move comes as a bipartisan group of lawmakers is preparing a measure to scale back the government’s spying powers under the Patriot Act.
The Senate Finance Committee began debate Wednesday on the measure known as the Trade Promotion Authority.
Performance standards meant to speed up claims processing may delayed benefits for veterans, including some who died waiting for answers.
Otherwise, such procedures violate the Constitutional ban on unreasonable seizures, the Supreme Court ruled 6-3.
Plus: Police custody death; Breast cancer rise seen; TSA tightens rules
The admissions mark a watershed in one of the country’s largest forensic scandals.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley led the call for a competitive primary, appearing on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who grew up in McKees Rocks, speaks to Republican activists.
By night, the House Transportation chairman wined and dined a top airline lobbyist whose employer was a big campaign donor.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Friday praised a Senate bill giving Congress a vote on an Iran nuclear deal as a “reasonable
GOP rivals at a party gathering tested out new lines of attack on the overwhelming favorite for the Dem nomination — and on each other.
The president’s executive action on immigration seeks to shield up to 5 million people from deportation.
Hillary Rodham Clinton returned to the campaign trail Tuesday with a small-scale pitch to focus on the needs of the middle class.
Hillary Rodham Clinton stopped for lunch Monday in Toledo, Ohio, en route to Iowa.
The vice president is positioning himself at the center of tax policy negotiations as he ponders a run for the White House,
The first-term Republican from Florida told his biggest backers today that he sees the campaign as a choice between the past and the future.
The meetings give the Obama administration a chance to explain to lawmakers in person the particulars of the nuclear deal.
She is the first Democrat to get into the race. She plans to head to early-voting states to connect with voters.
One of Obama's Harvard Law professors disagrees with the president over his climate change initiatives.
It would be the first such encounter between leaders of the two nations in more than 50 years.
The Iranian pushback indicated that President Barack Obama will walk away from negotiations unless sanctions are removed over time.
She will skip a flashy rally in favor of conversations with voters about the economic needs of the middle-class and the next generation.
The list marked a change in direction for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government.
The first-term senator is likely to challenge his fellow Republicans' views on foreign and domestic policy.
State Sen. Michael O’Donnell said the legislation is designed to pressure those receiving or TANF to spend “more responsibly.”
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter warned that Asian markets are being gobbled up by global competitors.
The Obama administration wanted the embassies reopened before the Summit of the Americas starts Friday in Panama.
Top Obama administration officials made the push even as Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to U.S. airwaves to blast the accord.
Indiana tourism agencies are rolling out campaigns emphasizing that everyone is welcome.
Twenty-nine states don’t include LGBT protections in their nondiscrimination laws, but efforts are underway to change that.
She championed gun control, in part because an attempt on President Ronald Reagan’s life left her husband, James, paralyzed.
Politicians are being influence by their children and their lifestyles.
Homeland Security officials are soliciting bids from companies that gather license-plate tracking data to provide it to law enforcement.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson backed away Wednesday from his promise to sign a controversial religious-objections bill.
Bans languished in committee in the last legislative session. GOP leaders have not indicated whether prospects have brightened this year.
Prosecutors accused the New Jersey Democrat of improperly accepting private jet flights and Caribbean vacations.
Gov. Jerry Brown said the state’s four-year drought had reached near-crisis proportions after a winter that brought record-low snowfalls.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday rejected a congressionally passed resolution that would have barred streamlined, speedy union elections.
Both sides looking for leverage as they struggle to reach framework for a deal.
White House says Gov. Mike Pence is in “damage-control mode.”
The justices are considering the ramifications of a California case for free speech.
Hillary Clinton’s lawyer testified Friday before a House committee investigating the attack in Benghazi, in which the U.S. envoy to Libya
Passage of the measure drew expressions of dismay from the NCAA, which will hold its men’s basketball Final Four games in Indianapolis.
“I want to be able to go out at the top of my game,” Mr. Reid, 75, said.
The measure spares doctors a 21 percent pay cut if it passes a Senate vote. The bill requires high-income earners to pay higher premiums.