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(Washington, DC) -- The Obama administration's Ebola czar plans to visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention today. A White House official says Ron Klain will meet with CDC Director Tom Frieden and other officials. Klain has been criticized for remaining virtually...
(Washington, DC) -- The midterm elections are now just five days away. Democrats and Republicans are battling for control of the Senate. The GOP needs to flip six seats in the Senate to regain control from Democrats. Fierce battles are being fought in more than a dozen states...
(Undated) -- The former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq says President Obama was warned about ISIS last November. Former Ambassador James Jeffrey says the U.S. waited to do anything about the terrorist group because of a different mentality than before. Jeffrey thinks the U.S. needs to...
(Charleston, SC) -- An audio recording of Senator Lindsey Graham won't help his potential presidential aspirations. CNN obtained the audio of the South Carolina Republican joking at a private Charleston club with an all-male membership. Graham is heard saying, "I'm trying to...
(Undated) -- New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte says more needs to be done to protect Americans from terrorist attacks. Senator Ayotte wants quicker action to revoke the passports of Americans trying to join ISIS. She says the U.S. needs to be proactive, especially after recent...
(Portland, ME) -- President Obama is in Maine today to campaign for Democrat Mike Michaud, who is running governor. The President is headlining a rally at the Portland Expo. Michaud is in a tight race with Republican Governor Paul LePage.
(Washington, DC) -- White House spokesman Josh Earnest calls disparaging remarks about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu counterproductive. A barnyard reference from a "senior administration official" was published in "The Atlantic" and has prompted a bit of a diplomatic...
(Bellemar, NJ) -- On the second anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie visited the storm ravaged Jersey shore. Mitch Lebe reports. Play Clip
(Washington, DC) -- The White House is confident that the Senate will confirm a new attorney general later this year. Presidential spokesman Josh Earnest expressed the hope today that final approval will come in a strong bipartisan vote. President Obama is expected to nominate a...