The withdrawal of the leading candidate for speaker of the House highlights major divisions in the Republican Party. We examine what's next for GOP leadership, and how the turmoil will impact critical budget deadlines and the 2016 elections.
E.U. nations disagree over the latest plan to resettle migrants. China's President Xi Jinping arrives in the U.S. for a state visit. And the German government comes under fire over the Volkswagen emissions scandal. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
The upcoming 2016 election will mark the first presidential election since the Supreme Court struck down parts of the Voting Rights Act. We look at new voting laws, court challenges and a call from President Barack Obama to restore all provisions of the Act.
As 10 Republican presidential candidates gather in Cleveland for the first official GOP debate, we look at the questions they’ll face, outlook for candidates who didn’t make the prime-time lineup and the campaign ahead.
The U.S. and five other world powers reached an agreement with Iran to lift international oil and financial sanctions in exchange for limits on Iran’s nuclear production capability. A look at what's in the pact and how Congress will respond.
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