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Richard Shelby among Democrats to nab a 1986 US Senate win
Nov. 5, 1986: In Alabama, the incumbent House member narrowly beat Republican Jeremiah Denton.
Nov. 14, 1995: When the US government shut down
Political deadlock in Washington and the consequences elsewhere in the country which very much include a large measure of discussed. For the politicians of both parties millions of Americans have had their lives disrupted today because thousands of government workers are off the job. And there is
Sept. 28, 1995: Rabin, Arafat sign accord at the White House
The Israeli prime minister and Palestine Liberation Organization leader sign an accord establishing Palestinian self-rule in the West Bank.
The Hill reacts to Anthony Kennedy's Supreme Court nomination in 1987
Sen. Joe Biden says he has a "favorable opinion" of Reagan nominee, Judge Anthony Kennedy.
President George H.W. Bush: The first 100 days
Before a publisher's lunch in Chicago the president. Well military rhetoric that is becoming a trademark to deliver a ballot victory on his first 100 days. It's I think we made a good start. These first three months. And there's more to come much has come or at least happened already president
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: The Inauguration of President George H.W. Bush
The bush era has begun. And we begin with our new White House correspondent. Brit Hume. What the new president would later called democracy's big day began as it always has at the White House. With the outgoing president and First Lady receiving the president elect and his wife. The manner of their
Gretchen Carlson's Sexual Harassment Claims Against Roger Ailes: Part 1
Carlson settled a sexual harassment lawsuit with 21st Century Fox for $20 million and Roger Ailes has denied all allegations against him.
Fox Settles Sex Harassment Lawsuit with Former Anchor Gretchen Carlson for $20M
In a morning of rapid developments, 21st Century Fox announced a settlement in a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by former Fox News presenter Gretchen Carlson, and Fox News announced the departure of longtime anchor Greta Van Susteren . A source familiar with the deal told ABC News that the
Chelsea Clinton's Mother-in-Law Assisted Her Dad in 1993
Rep. Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky cast the deciding vote for President Clinton's economic plan.
Is the GOP Ready to Give Up on Latino Voters?
Has the moment for immigration reform passed? There's a school of thought growing within the GOP that argues the party doesn't need to win over Latino voters as badly as it needs to expand its popularity among white voters. That's according to MSNBC.com's Benjy Sarlin , who wrote on Tuesday that