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Biden Claims He Privately Supported Bin Laden Raid
The vice president says he privately told President Obama to move forward with the 2011 raid.
Dow Jones Has Worst Day of Trading in Four Years
The Dow Jones industrial average closed down more than 588 points, recovering some losses after falling more than 1,000 points early in trading.
In Demand: Washington's Highest (and Lowest) Speaking Fees
Speaking engagements are a common way for people to drum up some extra income after long stints in public office or attempts to reach public office. But depending on how much they’re charging, and who’s paying, speaking fees often lead to intense public scrutiny and criticism for politicos looking
Tyra Banks' Futuristic Vision of Beauty
Tyra Banks has made a career of her good looks, but the mogul seems determined to prove she’s more than just a pretty face. Writing today in the Wall Street Journal about The Future of Everything along with heavy-hitting specialists like Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Summers, Billy Beane and Taylor Swift,
Transcript: Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Talks To ABC News’ David Muir
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Tells ABC's David Muir She's "Not Running for President" in 2016
'You Make Them Nervous': Why Obama Told Elizabeth Warren she Wouldn't Lead Consumer Watchdog Agency
Sen. Warren tells story of her life and career fighting for the middle class in "A Fighting Chance."
Obama Discusses Key Efforts to Strengthen the American Economy
The president speaks to influential executives at the annual Wall Street Journal CEO Council.
Rand Paul Threatens To Stall Janet Yellen's Fed Chair Nomination
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is threatening to prevent Janet Yellen’s nomination to be Federal Reserve Chair unless the Senate votes on his bill to audit the Fed. “As part of Senate consideration of the Janet Yellen nomination to be Chair of the Federal Reserve, I...
What It Takes to Get Fired From the Obama Administration
Call it "Survivor: White House" edition. Over the past week, one high-profile cabinet secretary managed to dodge an onslaught of Republican demands for her resignation while a lesser-known national security aide got the boot for a series of snarky anonymous tweets. In fact, history has shown that