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The first batch of 5,000-6,000 pages of the total 33,000 Clinton White House documents is set to be released Friday.
Intel committee chairman poised to recall ex-CIA chief Morell over Benghazi testimony, weighing same for Petraeus
Republican allegations that former CIA Acting Director Mike Morell misled Congress over the White House's role in crafting the flawed Benghazi “talking points” took a dramatic turn Thursday, with the Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee telling Fox News it's likely Morell will be recalled to testify. Investigators also are reviewing the testimony of former CIA Director David Petraeus, Morell’s old boss, to assess whether he should be recalled as well.
Vice President Biden is under fire for suggesting working women would benefit from ObamaCare by being able to quit their jobs to spend time at home.
Anti-abortion lawmakers, beware. Planned Parenthood's political operations are planning their largest-ever campaign blitz for this year's midterm and gubernatorial elections, poised to pour millions into key races that could determine who controls Congress.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio took off the gloves in his battle with education reformers, rescinding an agreement for the city to share space with several public charter schools.
Utah's Republican governor announced Thursday he wants to reject a full Medicaid expansion, and instead, seek federal dollars to cover the poor.
A divided Senate on Thursday derailed Democratic legislation providing $21 billion for medical, education and job-training benefits for the nation's veterans, as the bill fell victim to election-year disputes over spending and whether to slap sanctions on Iran.
Special elections rarely attract this much attention. But the race for Florida's 13th Congressional District is a hot one -- with so much at stake in November, what happens here is seen as a possible indicator of how the midterm elections could break.
A federal judge on Thursday signed an order directing officials in Kentucky to immediately recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states and countries.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday he has been assured by Russia that it will respect the sovereignty of Ukraine and that military exercises near its borders are not a prelude to military invention by Moscow.
U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor, a Democrat who is the senior member of Arizona's U.S. House delegation, has announced he will retire at the end of this current term.
The latest documents released by a New Jersey legislative committee looking into a political payback scandal surrounding Gov. Chris Christie show two figures at the heart of the case making running jokes about the idea of creating traffic jams as a way to strike at enemies.
A forthcoming study is challenging claims, repeated over and over in the media, that federal restrictions effectively froze gun research over the last two decades.
Attorney General Eric Holder has been discharged from a Washington hospital after being admitted earlier Thursday for experiencing "faintness and shortness of breath."
Insurance companies in the District of Columbia have been ordered to stop denying coverage to transgender residents seeking gender-reassignment surgery.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas plans to meet with President Obama next month to discuss Mideast peace talks. The meeting will occur two weeks after Obama is set to host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House.
The chief watchdog overseeing the Environmental Protection Agency is accusing agency officials of obstructing investigations by refusing to cooperate, using bully tactics to silence lower-level workers and, in at least one instance, threatening an agent.
Democratic 2016 frontrunner Hillary Clinton moves to get past ObamaCare problems bedeviling the president and their party.
Call it "electionitis." The specter of November midterms, in which every member of the House and one-third of the nation's senators are up for re-election, is coloring just about everything that's happening -- and not happening -- on Capitol Hill these days.
Senate Democrats introduced legislation on Wednesday that would ban marketing electronic cigarettes to teens.