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Tim Kaine: Everything You Need to Know
Name: Tim Kaine Party: Democrat Date of Birth: Feb. 26, 1958 Age: 58 What He Does Now: U.S. Senator from Virginia. Elected in 2012. Serves on Armed Services, Budget, Foreign Relations and Aging Committees. What He Used to Do: Kaine served as Democratic National Committee chairman from 2009 to 2011.
NBC's Luke Russert Says He's Leaving Network
NBC's Luke Russert, who joined the network out of college following his father Tim's sudden death, says he's leaving NBC on Friday
Donald Trump's Newfound Love for LGBT Voters
Donald Trump is now catering to a different group of voters in light of the deadly Orlando nightclub attack: LGBT voters. Even though he has repeatedly said throughout his campaign that he is against same-sex marriage, that hasn't stopped the presumptive Republican presidential nominee from saying
Donald Trump's Evolving Stance on Abortion
Donald Trump 's position on abortion has been a key area of criticism from his competitors since the start of the presidential race and now it's back in the limelight. The real estate mogul-turned-politician has flip-flopped on the issue over the years. On Wednesday alone, Trump had three different
Hillary Clinton Distances Herself from Bill
Sen. Hillary Clinton volleys with NBC Meet the Press' Tim Russert in the New Hampshire Debate on September 26, 2007.
Hillary Clinton’s 10 Most Memorable Debate Moments of All Time
For the first time in seven years, Hillary Clinton will appear on a presidential primary debate stage to duke it out with her fellow Democratic hopefuls next Tuesday. Ahead of the showdown, which will take place in Las Vegas and feature Clinton squaring off against Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley,
Presidential Medal of Freedom Ceremony
Us and you're looking at a live picture from the White House. As President Obama is about to honor are a long list of people with the nation's highest civilian honor the medal of freedom. Including an Oscar winner Oscar winning actress three slain martyrs of the civil rights movement and a former
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES U.S. TO ANNOUNCE HACKING CHARGES AGAINST CHINA: The United States government is set to file charges against government officials in China for allegedly hacking U.S. business interests, marking the first time ever that the U.S. government has formally
Karl Rove Wants Hillary Clinton to 'Cough Up Those Medical Records'
GOP strategist Karl Rove doubled down Sunday on his doubts about Hillary Clinton’s health, which last week drew a sharp rebuke from former President Bill Clinton. “The Center for Disease Control says a concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury,” Rove told his roundtable...
NAACP won't award Donald Sterling
The interim president of the NAACP said Sunday morning that Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling will no longer receive a second lifetime achievement award that its Los Angeles chapter was going to give him next month. Lorraine Miller made the announcement as a guest on NBC's "Meet the Press"