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After the 1995 Oklahoma City bombings, the Clinton White House considered implementing federal regulations of militia organizations, documents rel
Jeff Horwitt: In October, whether the surprises come on the baseball field or the campaign trail, it is no longer about sticking to a plan that may have worked in June or July.
A White House memo suggests that when Hillary Clinton was first lady in the early 1990s, she was unhappy about leaks that painted her husband’s White House in an unflattering light and wanted to know who was behind the disclosures.
The Clinton documents include 229 pages related to the Monica Lewinsky scandal, and show a White House scrambling to protect the president.
Keith Olbermann, the longtime news and sports host who railed against cable coverage of the Lewinsky scandal in the late '90s, makes a cameo appearance in the Clinton library documents released Friday.
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A Clinton speech focuses on domestic terrorism after the Oklahoma City bombing.
The Clinton library is releasing nearly 10,000 pages of records devoted in part to the Monica Lewinsky scandal and other controversies that dogged Bill and Hillary Clinton in the 1990s.
Michael Kugelman: With neither side believing that the other is interested in reconciliation, each thinks it has less to lose by resorting to escalation.
Linda Killian: As more states require specific photo identification to vote, the question of whether it is too burdensome to mandate a state-issued photo ID must be settled.
In Minnesota, a Green Party challenger could potentially tilt the race away from Democratic incumbent Rep. Rick Nolan. Ray “Skip” Sandman’s anti-mining stance could siphon votes from environmentalist Democrats.
Embattled Sen. Pat Roberts (R., Kan.) pledged to “shut down the Senate” if the White House closes the Guantanamo Bay prison and transports its inmates to the continental United States.
Republican Joni Ernst surged ahead in third-quarter fundraising for the Iowa Senate race, collecting $6 million—more than twice the amount raised by Democrat Bruce Braley.
The race to get Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts re-elected is very important to NRSC Chairman Jerry Moran, who on the campaign trail Thursday called the 2014 midterms "the most important election of our lifetimes."
Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes, running against incumbent Sen. Mitch McConnell in Kentucky, has tried to keep her distance from her party's leader, President Barack Obama. How much distance? In an interview, Ms. Grimes declined to say if she voted for President Barack Obama in 2008 or 2012
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President Barack Obama tweaked a line in his pitch for Democrats in the midterm elections, saying that while he's not on the ballot, "our values, our ideals" are.
Secretary of John Kerry will meet his Iranian counterpart in Vienna next week as part of an increasingly frantic U.S. bid to save negotiations aimed at curtailing Tehran's nuclear program, according to U.S. officials.
After an Ebola patient died in a U.S. hospital, the government has been more candid in acknowledging safety concerns. Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Seib discusses the U.S. response to Ebola with health policy editor Janet Adamy.
The Clinton library will release Friday nearly 10,000 pages of records devoted to some of the most high-profile controversies that dogged Bill and Hillary Clinton in the 1990s.