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Senate Panel Backs Bill To Allow Congressional Review Of Iran Deal

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is expected to vote Tuesday on a bill that would give Congress a role in approving the Iran nuclear agreement.

Immigrant-Rights Activists In Seattle Claim Victory In Child Deportation Case

A federal judge in Seattle has given immigrant advocates a victory.

Presidential Campaign Logos Reach New Level Of Sophistication

From water bottles and bumper stickers, to fundraising emails and Twitter accounts, the logos of the 2016 presidential candidates will soon be plastered across the country.

Obama Pledges Support To Iraqi Prime Minister In Fight Against Islamic State

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is on his first official visit to Washington, D.C.

Helping Bridge Congress' Iran Divide, Sen. Ben Cardin Moves Into Spotlight

After an unexpected promotion, Cardin has become the senior Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee just as it is crafting a role for Congress to weigh in on the Iran nuclear deal.


Hillary Clinton Kicks Off Presidential Campaign With First Events In Iowa

Hillary Clinton makes her first public appearances in Iowa Tuesday as a declared 2016 presidential candidate. Her campaign's strategy is to keep this first visit purposefully low key and play down any sense of inevitability.

White House Says It Will Remove Cuba From List Of State Sponsors Of Terrorism

The move is just one part of the Obama administration's push to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba.

How Candidates Announce Can Say A Lot About Their Campaigns

From a place of significance to what message they want to convey, where and how presidential candidates announce their campaigns matters.

Obama Would Sign Compromise Iran Bill As It Stands, White House Says

Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee have reached a compromise on the measure, which would give Congress say over negotiations with Iran regarding its nuclear program.

'Clintonomics' Ruled The 1990s; 'Hillarynomics' Would Be Different

The name "Clinton" remains magic for many Americans who got jobs, bought homes and invested savings in the 1990s. But key elements of "Clintonomics" may not be popular with today's Democratic voters.