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When the chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party abruptly resigned two weeks ago to take a new job in Washington, GOP activists appointed Matt Moore, the party's former executive director, to replace their leader.
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When a 7-foot bronze statue of 19th century abolitionist Frederick Douglass is unveiled at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, the event will honor a figure whose political legacy looms large but whose personal life is lesser known.
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Peter Bergen says Americans will have to decide if the yield of NSA-monitored calls justifies the invasion of privacy
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The crowd cheers President Obama when he decides to get a little more informal during his speech in Berlin.
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After U.S. President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed hot-button issues like America's surveillance programs during his visit to Berlin on Wednesday, the leaders addressed them with reporters.
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President Obama will speak in Berlin one week before the 50th anniversary of the famous speech by President Kennedy.
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U.S. President John F. Kennedy's "Ich bin ein Berliner" speech delivered 50 years ago was well received by more than 100,000 Germans hopeful for America's steadfast support as Berlin came to symbolize one of the Cold War's main battlegrounds. As presidential candidate in the summer of 2008, Barack Obama had nearly twice that number of optimistic onlookers at Berlin's Victory Column who eagerly anticipated a new American outlook on questions ranging from climate change to nuclear disarmament.
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President Barack Obama will call for up to a one-third cut in nuclear warheads by the United States and Russia during a speech in Berlin on Wednesday, a senior administration official said.
P. Jeffrey Black bumped up against his bosses in the Federal Air Marshal Service, eventually becoming a whistle-blower and testifying to a closed-door congressional hearing before his retirement in 2010.
Roughly half of all Americans now think the White House was behind the Internal Revenue Service decision to target conservative political groups -- a growing belief at odds with information recently provided to CNN by congressional investigators.
The first lady and girls take in Ireland's sights and find time to grab a bite with U2's Bono. Erin McLaughlin reports.
The Pentagon unveiled plans Tuesday for fully integrating women into front-line and special combat roles, including elite forces such as Army Rangers and Navy SEALs.
NSA officials defended controversial snooping programs to skeptical lawmakers Tuesday. Dana Bash reports.
Remember that scene at the end of that Facebook Movie ("The Social Network") when Mark Zuckerberg's character sits alone at a computer screen hitting the refresh button over and over again -- stuck in a loop of anxiety and longing?
As his popularity has dropped to 45%, the lowest in a year and a half, President Barack Obama talked with PBS' Charlie Rose.