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Anyone's Game: No Clear GOP Frontrunner Emerges for 2016
Two days of speeches at the Conservative Political Action Conference confirmed this fact about the still-early 2016 presidential race: the Republican field is as wide open as it’s ever been.
Florida Rep. Grayson Won't Face Charges in Dispute with Wife
Investigators said there was not probable cause to arrest Rep. Alan Grayson of Florida over an incident with his estranged wife.
Paul to Obama: 'We Will Not Let You Shred Our Constitution'
Speaking at CPAC, Senator Rand Paul tells the audience he wants to elect "lovers of liberty" to office, Republican or not, to ensure the Constitution, and our rights are upheld, and protected.
The Week Ahead: Farewell
In his final The Week Ahead, NBC’s Domenico Montanaro bids farewell in a way only Andy Gross and The Week Ahead can. Plus, the serious stuff – a preview of the all-important special election in Florida and a new NBC/WSJ poll.
NBC FLASHBACK: Ukrainian Independence
“The world has a new country tonight: Ukraine.”Tom Brokaw opened an NBC Nightly News report on December 2, 1991 with that sentence. It came during a foreign policy crisis revolving around Ukrainian independence, Russian tensions, and American leadership -- issues that are echoed in headlines today.
Dolan: Pope Francis Likely to Meet Sex Abuse Victims
In an exclusive interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press,” New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan said Pope Francis will likely meet with victims of the Catholic Church’s sex abuse scandal.“He probably will…I hope he does.
Rand Paul: Elect 'Friends of Liberty,' Don't Be 'Lemmings'
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said Thursday that Americans must stand up against violations of privacy by the federal government, stirring attendees at the annual conservative CPAC gathering with slams at the National Security Agency and the Obama administration.
Santorum Dings GOP Tactics, Praises Pope Francis
Rick Santorum told conservatives Friday that they should talk less about the wealthy and more about positive messages like those that have made Pope Francis a global icon.Like Texas Sen.
Obama Talks Higher Education as Part of 'Opportunity' Tour
President Barack Obama took his "opportunity" story to Florida on Friday, where he highlighted initiatives to improve access to higher education at a Miami-area high school.
Dolan: Pope Franics Likely to Meet Sex Abuse Victims
In an exclusive interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press,” New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan said Pope Francis will likely meet with victims of the Catholic Church’s sex abuse scandal. “He probably will…I hope he does.