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Leader of Free World Weighs in on This Whole 'Peas in Guac' Debate

The president on Wednesday offered his own take on an apparently blasphemous dip recipe.

62 Percent Support Supreme Court’s Obamacare Ruling

Independents largely agree with the decision as well.

Obama Is Trying to Finish the Obamacare Sales Job

Now that the Supreme Court has ruled, time for another White House PR effort.

Why Is Donald Trump Polling So Well?

Name ID and support from the GOP base may be boosting Trump for now, but it will fade. 

Why the OPM Data Breach Lawsuit Faces an Uphill Battle

Privacy law experts say demonstrating damage to workers could be difficult.

Donald Trump’s Hotels Have Reportedly Been Hacked

The presidential candidate's week just got a little worse.

Can States Ignore the Supreme Court on Gay Marriage?

Mike Huckabee and Ted Cruz are suggesting that there might be ways for states and cities to nullify the justices' ruling. They're wrong.

Everybody's Taking Selfies at the White House

There was clearly a demand for White House photos.

Hillary Clinton Breaks Fundraising Records With $45 Million Haul

The Democratic front-runner's campaign is on track to meet its 2015 goal, at a minimum.

Obama on Reopening U.S.-Cuban Embassies: 'This Is What Change Looks Like'

But the White House's efforts to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba face opposition from Republicans in Congress.

Why the Obama Administration Changed Its Hostage Policy

A candid explanation from Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes.

Chris Christie Passes His First Big Media Test

Sean Hannity interviewed New Jersey's two-term governor on Tuesday after his presidential announcement.

Hillary Clinton's Email Address Was a Hot Commodity

A new batch of State Department messages shows that some powerful Washingtonians quickly got Clinton's private email address—and others were eager to get it.

Here Are the 3,000 Pages of Hillary Clinton’s Emails Just Released by the State Department

The presidential candidate's emails from 2009 are part of a much wider release that will unfold throughout her campaign.

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