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The first lady's appearance on the TV quiz show had fans scratching their heads.
Officials say he was headed to another U.S. military base to report problems in his unit.
Trey Gowdy said Hillary decided to "permanently delete all emails from her personal server."
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Senate minority leader's retirement will mark end of a long career and open up a top seat.
Big banks are angry over Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) attacks on Wall Street.
The conservative firebrand says he hasn't ruled out a White House exploratory committee.
A federal judge in Texas last month temporarily halted the programs that eased deportations.
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The fast-approaching deadline is intensifying pressure on negotiators.
Sen. Charles Schumer is all but certain to become the next leader of Senate Democrats.
In early March, Speaker John Boehner asked for a meeting, alone, with Nancy Pelosi.
The two have long been seen as rivals to succeed Reid.
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