A federal judge on Tuesday set dates in February in two lawsuits involving former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email server.
Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz told NBC's Andrea Mitchell on Tuesday that House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy's controversial Benghazi comments are not the reason he decided to launch an underdog bid for House speaker.
In a Facebook Q&A, he said "I never saw a body with bullet holes that was more devastating than taking the right to arm ourselves away."
Press Secretary Josh Earnest holds the daily briefing.
A man is escorted out of an event in New York City after accusing Sen. Marco Rubio of cheating on his wife and telling the senator to drop out of the
The path has been cleared for Florida Sen. Marco Rubio to become the Republican presidential nominee, and some party operatives say he is for now the favorite.
The Senate Armed Services Committee holds a hearing on Afghanistan military operations. Commander of the U.S. forces in Afghanistan Army General John Campbell testifies.
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