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Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says that there's "no evidence of a quid pro quo" in Clinton Foundation controversy
The charity said it is "acting quickly to remedy" their missteps, as Hillary Clinton's 2016 bid and a new book draws renewed attention
Opponents say the Supreme Court should not set public policy; supporters say a vote for would be affirmation of public opinion
U.S. government forbids hostage ransoms, but is reevaluating how it handles hostages and their families and whether to prosecute
Rep. Elijah Cummings, talking about the death of a man in Baltimore PD custody, says "If we don't correct this now it will only get worse"
The "Saturday Night Live" comedian joked about President Obama, the 2016 contenders and more.
The president commented on the 2016 presidential bids and joked about Hillary Clinton's private email scandal.
The comedian had a few thoughts on 2016 contenders, the president, and cable news during Saturday's White House Correspondents' Dinner.
The president took aim at a few contenders for the White House during the annual meeting of Hollywood and Washington elites.
Taking shots at political friends and foes, as well as himself, the commander-in-chief let the zingers fly