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Top U.S. intel official: ISIS can stage Europe-style attacks in U.S.

ISIS has the capability to stage a Paris-style attack in the U.S. using local cells to strike in multiple locations and inflict dozens of casualties, according ...

May 4 CNN POLITICS

Obama to assess Flint water crisis up close

President Barack Obama will hear first-hand Wednesday how residents of Flint, Michigan, have endured their city's water crisis, traveling there as a ...

May 4 CNN POLITICS

At the starting gate: Clinton leads Trump by double-digits

As Donald Trump captures the mantle of presumptive Republican nominee, a new poll finds he begins his general election campaign well behind Democratic ...

May 4 CNN POLITICS

First Draft: Obama to Visit Flint to Talk About Water Crisis

President Obama, who faced criticism when he did not go to Flint during a Michigan trip this year, will go to the city to hear firsthand from residents about ...

May 4 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Why is it so hard to get a federal job? Here’s one reason.

Every federal agency has two groups of employees that hold the key to who gets hired: Those in the personnel office and those who carry out the agency’s ...

May 4 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Indiana Primary Takeaways: For Donald Trump, Now Comes the Hard Part

Mr. Trump inherits a Republican Party that has been traumatized and torn apart by his campaign, and potentially crippling divisions persist on the right.

May 4 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Donald Trump’s Victory Has Some in G.O.P. Agonizing — or Bolting

Some Republican leaders are so disgusted with the presumptive presidential nominee that they have publicly declared their support for Hillary Clinton.

May 4 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Clinton struggles with namesake county voters

Hillary Clinton has had eight chances so far to win in a county that shares her last name. She has failed every time.Popular: Guns in America | Sanders Demands ...

May 4 CNN POLITICS

The anti-Trump movement spent upwards of $75 million and ultimately lost

The anti-Trump movement spent upwards of $75 million and lost.

May 4 CNN POLITICS

Sanders: 'We will continue to fight uphill'

Bernie Sanders triumphed over Hillary Clinton in Indiana Tuesday — and reiterated his vow to fight on to the end of the Democratic primary despite his "narrow" ...

May 4 CNN POLITICS