Attorney General is expected to speak in Washington, D.C. Earlier in the day, the Justice Department unsealed a 47 count indictment charging 14 world soccer figures, including FIFA officials.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton joked with female voters in South Carolina about her hair color saying they don't have to worry about her going gray if elected president.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is not wasting any time following his 2016 presidency campaign announcement, he kicked off a day of events in New Hampshire talking about income equality and Hillary Clinton's stance on the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.
Former New York governor George Pataki is a potential contender for the White House in 2016. Here's the Republican's take on tax reform, the Islamic State, student loans and more, in his own words.
Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum announced his 2016 candidacy for president in Butler County, Pa. In his speech, Santorum attacked Hillary Clinton's stance on immigration, saying her support of unskilled labor is because "she just wants votes."
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Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton spoke in Columbia, S.C., about the gender gap and why she's running for president. The former senator also shared a story about how persuasive President Obama was when asking her to become secretary of state back in 2008.
This video, released by the Islamic State, purports to show ancient ruins still intact in the captured Syrian city of Palmyra. Since the city was seized, many have feared that the historic ruins would be destroyed. Editor's note: The content in this video could not be independently verified by The Washington Post.
Forbes recently released its 2015 list of 100 powerful women, bringing together German Chancellor Angela Merkel and former secretary of State Hillary Clinton, as well as singers Taylor Swift and Beyoncé.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) officially started his campaign for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination from his hometown of Burlington, Vt., saying now is the time to “end the collapse of the middle class.”
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