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Nancy Pelosi raises questions of sexism & Obamacare strategist makes ill-advised comments
Congress' Lame Duck Agenda, U.S.-China Climate Deal, Looking to 2016
1500 troops heading to Iraq, AG nominee Loretta Lynch, and Supreme Court takes on ACA.
The GOP wave in the Midterm Elections
Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush, and other potential candidates are hitting the trail.
Our roundtable examines the competitive senate races.
Hillary Clinton, Rand Paul and Michelle Obama campaign for candidates across the country.
How will Americans Vote in the Midterm Election?
Will the new Ebola Czar help contain panic and fears about the virus?
Supreme Court rules on voting rights and Charlie Crist's traveling fan
Voter ID laws blocked, President Obama's role in Election 2014, and AP history in Colorado
America tackles Ebola on the global stage and fears at home.