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U.S. Vice President Joe Biden apologized to Turkey's leader on Saturday for saying that President Recep Erdogan admitted his country had made mistakes allowing foreign fighters to cross into Syria.
CNN's John King and other top political reporters empty out their notebooks each Sunday on 'Inside Politics' to reveal five things that will be in the headlines in the days, weeks and months ahead.
The oldest sitting member of Congress was airlifted Saturday following a car accident in his native Texas, though the 91-year-old apparently took the flight in stride -- "joking with paramedics" on his way to Plano, according to his office.
The plot sounds like something plucked from today's headlines: foreign hostages, terrorism, presidential power and American diplomatic relations with the Middle East.
Obviously, we're kidding with the headline, but President Barack Obama spent the bulk of his wedding anniversary apart from the first lady this year — and his motorcade nearly ruined another couple's big day, too.
As soon as Air Force One touched down in Indiana on Friday, Gov. Mike Pence met President Barack Obama on the tarmac with a plea: Expand the state's access to government-sponsored health insurance.
To Republicans, President Barack Obama is a gift that keeps on giving when it comes to campaign fodder to use against Democrats.
The field of potential Republican presidential candidates in 2016 might have just gained one more name: Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Vice President Joe Biden argued that Ebola is on par with ISIS when it comes to global security threats.
Hillary Clinton's midterm schedule -- which until now has been marked just by a handful of closed fundraisers and events -- is about to fill up with commitments to Democrats across the country.
Republicans have a response to the news Friday morning that U.S. unemployment dropped beneath 6% for the first time since 2008: "We can do better."
Former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta says President Obama didn't listen to his advice on U.S. troop levels in Iraq.
Campus politics aren't always a clear winner for Rand Paul, as he discovered here this week during an appearance at the College of Charleston.