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With more than a dozen Republicans thinking about running for president in 2016, it's a good time to be an experienced campaign hand.
The network is investigating misstatements related to his experience reporting on the Iraq war in 2003.
A look back on some of the week's biggest headlines and the stories you may have missed.
ISIS claims a woman it was holding was killed when Jordanian fighter jets hit a building where she was being held.
"NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams has misremembered his time covering the Iraq War in 2003 and the Internet won't let him forget it.
Several states could make it harder for parents to legally opt out of vaccinating their children.
A massive cyberattack on the No. 2 health insurer is being examined for possible ties to China.
The bill would protect data collected from students through educational apps.
The U.S. is leading an international coalition against Islamic State, and has launched an air campaigns in Iraq and Syria.
He will address Congress on Sept. 24, marking the first time a pope has delivered such a speech.
Consumers could have been enrolling in plans under the Affordable Care Act since Nov. 15.
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said preliminary data shows marijuana can be helpful in certain conditions.
The proposal would treat Internet service providers more like public utilities.
By Faith Hung and Michael Gold TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taipei’s mayor hailed the pilot of a crashed TransAsia Airways plane…
Thousands of strangers have donated money to a factory worker who walks more than 20 miles during his daily commute.
Brian Williams apologized for "making a mistake" when he said he was on a helicopter forced down by rocket fire.
The fight raging in Congress over immigration policy has delayed passage of a Department of Homeland Security funding bill.
WATCH: Miraculously, 15 people survived after the plane clipped an overpass and crashed upside down in shallow water.
Defying a White House veto threat, lawmakers voted to eliminate the Affordable Care Act.