Charlottesville police are scheduled to hold a news conference regarding missing 18-year-old University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.

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Charlottesville police delivers update on missing U-Va. student

Charlottesville police are scheduled to hold a news conference regarding missing 18-year-old University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.

Monica Lewinsky: "I was patient zero" for viral Web scandals

Speaking at the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Philadelphia, former White House intern Monica Lewinsky discusses how she went viral before social media existed, and why it was so damaging to her reputation.

Campaign 2014: CLF attacks Julia Brownley in 'Herself’

In this ad, paid for by the Congressional Leadership Fund, Rep. Julia Brownley (D-Calif.) is criticized for her support of a state energy tax.

Campaign 2014: Michelle Nunn 'Familiar'

U.S. Senate candidate for Georgia Michelle Nunn (D) released this ad in response to an attack ad from her Republican opponent, David Perdue, which linked her to President Obama.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg loves 'Notorious RBG'

Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg talks about her collection of Notorious RBG t-shirts and the opera about her and Justice Antonin Scalia’s friendship.

Campaign 2014: NextGen Climate 'Cavemen - Florida'

Cavemen sporting Rick Scott paraphernalia star in this NextGen Climate ad, which criticizes the Florida Republican governor on climate change.

Obama votes early in Chicago

President Obama casts his ballot in Illinois on Monday. The president is expected to speak at a Democratic National Committee event later in the evening.

Syrians flee Kobane for Turkey

The fiercest fighting in days shook the Syrian border town of Kobane, forcing more refugees to pour into Turkey for shelter from the violence.

Hong Kong leader: ‘External forces’ behind protest

Hong Kong's Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying is accusing “external forces” of backing pro-democracy protests that have occupied parts of the financial capital for more than three weeks.

Nazi suspects paid millions in Social Security

A two-year investigation has found dozens of death camp guards and Nazi war criminals collected millions of dollars in Social Security payments despite having to leave the United States.

Indonesia inaugurates new president

Joko Widodo was inaugurated as Indonesia's new president on Monday. Widodo, better known by his nickname of Jokowi, was elected with 53 percent of the vote.

Hong Kong police, protesters face off

Police monitor pro-democracy demonstrators occupying the streets of Mong Kok, after violent clashes erupted early Sunday.

Remains found in search for Hannah Graham

Police searching for missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham say they've found human remains believed to be of the college sophomore who disappeared from her campus. Forensic tests are being conducted to determine the identification.

Campaign 2014: Bold Agenda PAC

Bold Agenda PAC released this ad Sunday to promote a "bold, smart Republican agenda."

Campaign 2014: Kamau Bakari and Cliven Bundy challenge Eric Holder

Cliven Bundy features in a campaign ad for Kamau Bakari, an Independent American party candidate against Rep. Dina Titus (D-Nev.). This ad is paid for by the Committee to Elect Kamau Bakari.

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