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Sen. Ted Kennedy continues to inspire, more than five years after his death. President Obama will travel to Boston on Monday to help dedicate a new institute in Kennedy's name. It honors the senator's passion, commitment and ability to bridge political gaps. Chip Reid received a tour of the center before its official opening.
A House committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks is complaining that Hillary Clinton delivered no new messages about the deadly attack. Nancy Cordes reports from Capitol Hill.
Protests and boycotts are growing over an Indiana law that some say discriminates against gay people. Gov. Mike Pence says he stands by the controversial religious freedom legislation. Supporters argue it protects religious beliefs of business owners. Adriana Diaz reports.
More than five years after his death, Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate wants to turn lessons on U.S. government into "active participation"
The rules of the campaign financing game and how candidates play it
A primer on campaign finance and potential candidates' search for campaign cash
Former Hewlett-Packard executive criticizes Hillary Clinton ahead of a likely White House bid
Former Maryland governor throws apparent barb at Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, two presidential frontrunners, as he ponders his own run
House Speaker called the White House's treatment of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu "reprehensible"
The former Arkansas governor says he could reach enough voters and has the foreign policy know-how to succeed