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Analysis: Much Uncertainty Ahead in US-Cuba Relationship
AP Analysis: Fidel Castro's passing removes what was long the single greatest psychological barrier to a warmer U.S.-Cuba relationship. It also adds to the uncertainty ahead with the transition from an Obama to a Trump administration.
Dems Move to Leverage Bernie Sanders' Popularity as Party Regroups
As much as his supporters might disagree, Bernie Sanders is now officially part of the establishment -- and he has his old Brooklyn friend to thank for it. It happened Wednesday, when incoming Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer gave the Vermont senator, an independent who caucuses with Democrats,
Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison Announces Bid for DNC Chair
Rep. Keith Ellison formally announced his candidacy for chair of the Democratic National Committee today, an expected move by the Minnesota congressman who, with the support of several prominent Democrats, is considered to be the front-runner for the position. Ellison, 53, a five-term
What a Hillary Clinton White House May Look Like
The presidential candidates are in the home stretch of the 2016 race -- ramping up attacks on each other, trying to make their closing arguments and securing support in battleground states. But the next milestone for the winner will be Inauguration Day and the move into the White House. The polls
Hillary Clinton Campaign Sorted Potential VP Picks Into 'Food Groups' by Race and Gender, Email Shows
Clinton campaign officials grouped potential vice presidential running mates by race and gender, according to a recently leaked email, further suggesting the degree to which their run for the White House appeared to be scripted. Campaign chairman John Podesta -- whose hacked emails have been
Senators Call on Justice Department to Investigate Wells Fargo's Top Brass
Fourteen senators have written to Attorney General Loretta Lynch urging her to “thoroughly investigate the culpability of senior executives” at Wells Fargo, as part of the Department of Justice’s investigation into an unauthorized accounts scandal that has engulfed the bank. The letter, which was
Senators Call for Justice Department Probe of Mylan, the EpiPen Manufacturer
Three members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, in a letter sent today to Attorney General Loretta Lynch , have asked the Justice Department to investigate whether EpiPen manufacturer Mylan incorrectly classified its lifesaving product to save millions of dollars in required payments to states.
FBI Investigating Stabbing Attack in Minnesota Mall as 'Potential Act of Terrorism'
Hours after the FBI announced that it is investigating the stabbing attack at a Minnesota mall as possible terrorism, leaders of the area's Somali community held a press conference to condemn the violence. Authorities in St. Cloud, Minnesota, have yet to identify the suspect in the attack who was
Day of Action to Demand Senate Progress on Supreme Court and Lower Court Vacancies
I was retailer hand under the Supreme Court where between the nine here I can't issuing a day of action. Calling on the senate to act on traditional nominate of them haven't invited on. Right now Senator Clinton are is urging that her arm back then senate act. I'm not saying judge Garland. I
EpiPen Price Rise Hurting Parents Getting Ready for School Year, Experts Say
The skyrocketing price of EpiPens in recent years is putting added pressure on parents as they get ready to send kids back to school prepped for allergic reactions, according to experts. The EpiPen, which is the last remaining epinephrine injector on the market, has seen a dramatic cash price