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Former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the New York City Mayoral inauguration ceremony in January.
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EXXON'S RUSSIA TIES STILL STRONG AMID CRISIS: The standoff between the United States and Russia isn't getting in the way of ExxonMobil's lucrative relationship with Vladimir Putin's regime.
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Senators have found plenty of common ground in an overnight debate about climate change that has been characterized by civil exchanges from lawmakers who hear plenty to like in each other's words.
As part of its continuing series on the "Future of the Internet," the Pew Research Center asked a group of thinkers in science and technology about what the Web - turning 25 years old on Wednesday - might look like in another 10 years.
Americans are anything but ecstatic about the work being done on Capitol Hill. Congress's overall job approval rating is at only 15 percent, the lowest in March of any midterm year, according to Gallup .
Sen. Mary Landrieu , D-La., the new chair of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee , has named her key staffers for the panel.
Twenty-eight Democratic senators plan to participate in an all-night discussion late Monday and Tuesday morning designed to raise attention about what the speakers view as the urgent need for Congress to address climate change.
The idea is to make graduates employable, whether they are preparing for white collar or blue collar jobs.
The group Third Way says it has a way to rally support for lifting the four decade-old ban on U.S. oil exports: Tax them.
In Louisiana, Sen. Mary Landrieu is running on one aspect of Obamacare of which she has generally been one of the most frequent Democratic critics.
Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana, seen here in a file photo, will not attend Monday night's global warming 'talkathon' in the Senate.
Louisiana's lieutenant governor has issued a cease-and-desist order to MoveOn, arguing the liberal group is improperly using Louisiana's "Pick your passion" tourism slogan to slam Jindal's refusal to accept an expansion of Medicaid.
Underdog Republican Senate candidate Rob Maness is clarifying an interview he gave Friday to The Hill newspaper in which he said he would have voted against $60-billion aid package for Hurricane Katrina had he been in the Senate in 2005.
In a staunch effort to unleash the grip of climate skeptics' misinformation on Congress, corporations and the general public, a group of Democrats plan to hold the floor on Monday night to give speeches and lend their support to President Barack Obama's Climate Action Plan.
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Now that the Mardi Gras parades are history, rumor has it that spring is floating about and turning the corner bringing warmer temperatures, soon.