Clinton patches relations with liberals at campaign's outset
WASHINGTON (AP) -- This time, Hillary Rodham Clinton wants to be on liberals' good side....
New Hampshire Republican voters are relishing crowded field
NASHUA, New Hampshire (AP) -- For New Hampshire Republicans, the early days of the 2016 presidential campaign feel like an embarrassment of riches....
For next president, a way out of the health care fights?
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Republican or Democrat, the next president will have the chance to remake the nation's health care overhaul without fighting Congress....
West Virginia's Joe Manchin says he'll run again for Senate
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia said on Sunday that he will run for re-election in 2018 rather than make a return bid for governor next year, saying he believes he can have the greatest impact by staying in Washington....
Researcher denied flight after tweet poking United security
WASHINGTON (AP) -- United Airlines stopped a prominent security researcher from boarding a California-bound flight late Saturday, following a social media post by the researcher days earlier suggesting the airline's onboard systems could be hacked....
Five takeaways from GOP hopefuls' New Hampshire happening
NASHUA, N.H. (AP) -- Republican presidential candidates and hopefuls were in New Hampshire this weekend for a party conference, the first gathering of its kind this year in the first-in-the-nation primary state. Politicians already in the 2016 race or considering a run gave speeches, answered questions from voters and reporters and tested their campaign skills in stops across the state. Some things to know about the state of the race:...
World finance leaders see threats ahead for global economy
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The world's financial leaders see a number of threats facing a global economy still on an uneven road to recovery with U.S. and European officials worrying that Greece will default on its debt....
Tuesday the penalty phase of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev begins. Parents of the youngest victim, 8-year-old Martin Richard, want authorities to consider taking the death penalty off the table. They believe sentencing Tsarnaev to death could bring years of appeals and will only prolong reliving the most painful day of their lives. They say if the convicted bomber is sentenced to life, the media frenzy surrounding him will fade and they can start to rebuild their lives and family.
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