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A survey project by the Columbia Journalism Review could provide clues.
More than half of Americans aren't asleep until 12:10 a.m.
The statement comes as the senator's accuser says she's willing to meet with him to discuss the allegations.
The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson said in a statement that he and his family began to notice changes about three years ago and he will dedicate himself to physical therapy. “Recognition of the effects of this disease on me has been painful, and I have been slow to grasp the gravity of it,” he said. […]
Her comments were the latest signal that Moore is not planning to end his campaign.
The president was the one man who could have ended Roy Moore's campaign. He chose not to.
The truck's owner questioned the timing of the arrest after Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy E. Nehls said the decal could draw a disorderly conduct charge.
Congress might hurt and help Obamacare before year's end
Trump's accusers are all liars; his political opponents' are all truth-tellers.
The New York senator's comments could facilitate a rewriting of Bill Clinton's legacy.
Two GOP senators oppose Michael Dourson.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah) and Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) got a tense exchange during the Senate Finance Committee's markup of the GOP tax bill on Nov. 16.
In an interview, Pruitt explains why he wants to partner with the businesses he regulates.
NAFTA negotiators, take note.
American Foreign Service Association President Barbara Stephenson is cautioning against “mounting threats to our institution.
The senator has apologized, but he hasn't elaborated on what he disputes from what Leeann Tweeden labeled "sexual assault."
Some women's rights advocates want the press to be bolder, but news outlets have their reasons to be cautious.
Sen . John Cornyn presents an incomplete statistic that lacks significant context.
What are the limitations of a president's influence on the Justice Dept? Reporter Devlin Barrett offers the latest news, fact checker Glenn Kessler unpacks Uranium One, and a once dep. special counsel explains risks for politicizing the Justice Dept.