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    Clinton asks State to release emails

    Hillary Clinton says she has asked the State Department to release emails she sent from the personal email address she used rather than the one provided by the agency.

    "I want the public to see my email. I asked State to release them. They said they ...

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U.S. Ambassador slashed in South Korea

Ambassador cut arrest

A man opposed to the joint South Korea-U.S. military drills attacked the American ambassador in Seoul, slashing his face and arms as he was about to give a speech Thursday morning.

North Korea quickly called the stabbing a "knife attack of justice," ...

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U.S. weighs defensive weapons for Ukraine

Ukraine trenches

The Obama administration is holding intensive conversations with the Europeans about further sanctions on Russia, as top U.S. national security officials convene this week to decide what types of support to offer Ukraine.

All options, including defens...

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Wall Street pushes SCOTUS on gay marriage

Bank lobby tellers

Wall Street's leading banks have signed a "friend of the court" brief pressing the Supreme Court to back same-sex marriage.

Major financial firms including AIG, Bank of America, BlackRock, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs JPMorgan, UBS and...

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Clinton to release all emails from State tenure

Hillary Clinton

A House committee investigating the 2012 attack on a U.S. consulate in Libya has subpoenaed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's personal emails, The Associated Press reported.

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US ambassador attacked in South Korea

Assistant Secretary of Defense Mark Lippert

The U.S. Ambassador to South Korea, Mark Lippert, was attacked in Seoul, and is in stable condition, receiving treatment at a local hospital, according to the U.S. embassy.

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Obamacare on the line at SCOTUS

Obamacare sign up

The future of health care in America is on the table -- and in serious jeopardy -- Wednesday morning in the Supreme Court.

After more than an hour of arguments, the Supreme Court seemed divided in a case concerning what Congress meant in one very spec...

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Ferguson police report: Most shocking parts

Ferguson protesters Tuesday night

Ferguson Mayor James Knowles said the city "must do better" to address racism after a stunning Department of Justice report revealed a range of abuses committed against African American residents by the city's police force.

"We must do better not only...

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Potential presidential candidate: Prisons prove being gay is a choice

Ben Carson 2014

Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson apologized for commenting Wednesday that prisoners' changes after they leave jail proves being gay is a choice, but said that the science is still murky on the issue.

In a statement, Carson said he "realized that my cho...

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Senate fails to override Keystone pipeline veto

Keystone Pipeline

Senate supporters of the Keystone XL pipeline failed to override President Barack Obama's veto of their legislation that would have cleared construction of the project.

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White House purposely has no Obamacare Plan B

Man on street with Obamacare sign

The Obama administration says it's doing nothing to stave off the potential disaster that would ensue if the Supreme Court upends Obamacare and millions of Americans face losing affordable health insurance.

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