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Obama talks to YouTube celebrities, Harry Reid recovers from an accident, etc
Potential compromise on legislative action, foreign policy pushback and a Republican gathe
Loosening Cuba travel restrictions, immigration as a Republican campaign issue
Fallout from the attacks in Paris, a potential veto of Iran sanctions, and justices to wei
1200 potential jurors summoned in Tsarnaev trial and Petraeus could face charges for shari
The latest on the investigation into the shooting at Charlie Hebdo magazine.
Sending a message to Kim Jong Un, no charges for John Hinckley and looking back at Mario C
We look at the new political landscape in Washington as a new GOP-led Congress takes over.
From good economic news to foreign policy challenges, 2014 was eventful.
A rapid-fire update on 2014's other big stories.
The impact of year-end terror attacks in Australia & Pakistan
North Korea hacks Sony, Changing Cuba relations, and political dynasties