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Clinton: Benghazi my 'Biggest Regret' at State Department
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reiterated on Wednesday that the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya was her "biggest regret" as head of the State Department.
Conservative Group Slammed for Ad Using Obama, Udall Image After Meeting Aurora Shooting Victims
A helpful reminder for all political TV ad-makers: Don't use an image of tragedies when making an unrelated point.
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Will Jeb Run? Buzz Builds Around 2016 Chances
Jeb Bush is keeping his name near the top of the list when it comes to potential 2016 presidential contenders.
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Arkansas Senator Recovering From Heart Surgery
The Arkansas Republican was hospitalized after suffering chest and arm pain.
GOP Group Targets Anti-Keystone Billionaire
Republicans are now hitting Democratic billionaire Tom Steyer with ads.
Holder: Don't Look at Me Thinking Racial Inequality Is Over
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder reacts to a recent Supreme Court ruling that upheld an affirmative action ban at a Michigan college and cautions that there is still a long way to go on racial inequality.
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Governor: Gun Bill Protects 'Law Abiding Citizens'
Just before signing a controversial gun bill into law, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal talks about the positive aspects of expanding locations citizens can carry firearms in the state without penalty.
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Holder Swipes Supreme Court on Affirmative Action
Attorney general says some "may believe that this country's long struggle to overcome disparity and discrimination has ended."
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