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20 Photos of the 1965 Selma to Montgomery Marches

March 7 marks the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement's "Bloody Sunday," which bolstered the Alabama marches and eventually led to the Voting Rights Act.

The Best Congressional #TBT Posts From February

Senators and representatives throw it back on Twitter and Instagram.

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Clinton’s Tweet Doesn’t Answer Security and Transparency Concerns. And There’s a Chance Nothing Will.

We don't know if Russia or China hacked Clinton's emails, and we may never know, security experts said.

For Obama and Clinton, a New Strain on an Old and Difficult Marriage

The relationship between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama at the best of times has always been a matter of political convenience and mutual self-interest. At the worst of times...

The Battle Between Scott Walker and Jeb Bush Is Underway

A poll shows Walker and Bush are the early favorites for 2016, but Bush stands up better against Clinton. 

Hillary Clinton Still Doesn't Get It

Nice tweet, but she still seems trapped on the wrong side of the bridge to the 21st century.

'It's About as Dangerous Here Now as It Is in Mexico'

It took decades of work for this immigrant to buy his family a house in Detroit. Now he wonders if it will be the last one standing on his street. 

Hillary Clinton Says She Wants Emails Released

Hillary Clinton has asked the State Department to release emails from her time as secretary of state, she announced late Wednesday night via Twitter.

Tom Vilsack Unveils Campaign to Combat Childhood Hunger

The Agriculture secretary details new grant programs to feed the poorest children and improve school performance.  

How New U.S. Net Neutrality Rules Are Shaping the Internet Worldwide

Supporters see the FCC's decision as the first open-Internet domino, but critics are warning of darker possibilities.

How Aaron Schock's Big Spending Has Given Him Political Protection

Despite bad headlines and ethics trouble, observers say Schock may not face a primary, thanks partly to years of high-energy campaigning and fundraising for local Republicans.

United House Democrats Return to Squabbling Ways

Less than a day after their party's unified victory lap on a Capitol Hill funding battle, a handful of House Democrats went back to life as usual, sparring with their fellow li...

Ben Carson Is Not Going to Talk About Gay Marriage Anymore

"I'm just not going to fall for that anymore," Carson told Sean Hannity on Wednesday.

For Democrats on Iran, Timing is Everything

Sen. Robert Menendez is trying to hold the line against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's efforts to speed up the vote on Iran sanctions.

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