"You’ve got to resist the temptation of what others view as the right choice for you," Biden said, at a commencement address at Morgan State University.
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The absence of readily understood, verifiable data has perpetuated this contentious debate now for over two decades.
The president told the Russian foreign minister and ambassador that firing his FBI director had “taken off” the pressure he had faced, "The New York Times" reports.
The Trump administration has instructed agencies to come up with preliminary plans by June 30.
Progress on cyber and Internet governance policy is predicated on collaboration between private companies and federal agencies.
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Dems say White House is "setting the stage" for an appropriations lapse.
Democrats and Republicans each had reasons to praise the appointment of the former FBI director to lead the investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia.
An old idea for preventing poverty and fighting recessions is gaining traction once again.
Reuters is reporting 18 new contacts between April and November 2016—when the presidential race was in full swing.