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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (left) and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, at a campaign rally in Cincinnati.

Why Gingrich Is Right for Trump

The candidate needs a running mate with Washington experience, rhetorical gifts, and a yen for political combat with the Clintons.

"Strong together." Sure.

Play of the Day: Bernie Sanders Endorses Clinton… Finally

The former rivals are "stronger together," but that wasn't the original idea.

A Government Satellite Captures a Spectacular 'Lunar Photobomb'

The view from 1 million miles away from Earth can be fairly nice.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch is sworn-in on Capitol Hill Tuesday before testifying.

Loretta Lynch Can't Escape the Clinton Emails

In a hearing Tuesday, Republican lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee had questions about the former secretary of state for the attorney general.

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said the current system leads to "a massive abuse of power."

Congress Takes Up Bill to Restrict Interpretive Powers of ‘Unelected Bureaucrats’

Republicans accuse federal employees of exploiting their constitutional authority.

What the U.S. Can Learn from Protest and Political Organizing in Nordic Countries

Scholar argues that Americans can adapt the Nordic model to reduce the wealth gap and improve quality of life.

Play of the Day: Hillary Clinton Is So Untrustworthy…

Stephen Colbert hits the Democrat for her email scandal again.

Sanders has withheld his endorsement for weeks, trying to move the Democratic party platform to the left.

Bernie Sanders Will Hit the Campaign Trail With Hillary Clinton

The Vermont senator is expected to endorse the Democratic Party's presumptive nominee on Tuesday.

FBI Director James Comey testified on Capitol Hill Thursday.

GOP’s Clinton Email Strategy: Big Demands with Long Odds

An investigation into whether Clinton lied to Congress and a push to revoke her security clearance are unlikely to succeed, but they keep her scandal in the spotlight.

House Speaker John Boehner has asked that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton be denied classified information for the rest of her candidacy.

Denying Clinton Classified Briefings May Run Afoul of Presidential Transition Act

Speaker Ryan’s request to top spy might upset the law’s bipartisan balance.

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