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  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EDT

    Clinton's campaign opens with 'conversations' with Iowans, small-dollar fundraising The big rallies and massive fundraising blitzes can wait for now. Fresh from a two-day road trip, Hillary Rodham Clinton is making her 2016 campaign debut in Iowa at a...
  • Starting small: Clinton goes for low-key events, fundraising

    Hillary Rodham Clinton will begin raising money to pay for her second bid for the White House the same way she plans to start campaigning: small. Forgoing the celebrity-studded fundraisers that marked her husband's presidency, as well as the high-...
  • Hillary Clinton's long road back into presidential politics

    Hillary Rodham Clinton spent nearly two years tiptoeing around a decision to run for president that much of the political world assumed was a done deal. Clinton didn't make a final call until the holidays. She spent her annual Christmas vacation last...
  • On tax week, Obama scoffs at GOP plan to repeal estate tax

    As Americans race to meet this week's tax deadline, President Barack Obama accused Republicans on Monday of trying to boost the richest Americans at the expense of poorer taxpayers. Obama plans events all this week aimed at rallying support for his own...
  • AP Was There: Original AP report of Lincoln's assassination

    On the night Abraham Lincoln was shot, April 14, 1865, Associated Press correspondent Lawrence Gobright scrambled to report from the White House, the streets of the stricken capital, and even from the blood-stained box at Ford's Theatre, where, in his...
  • Obama to give commencement speech at Watertown tech school

    President Barack Obama will have visited all 50 states when he tours a northeastern South Dakota community college next month. South Dakota is the only state Obama has not been to as president. During an interview with KSFY-TV anchor Nancy Naeve, Obama...
  • White House emphasizes impact of climate change on public health

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration on Tuesday unveiled a long list of actions ranging from corporate and academic partnerships to community programs to highlight the health impacts of climate change. Tech giants such as Google and Microsoft will conduct...
  • Power station problem in Maryland causes outages across DC

    Problems at a Maryland electrical station caused widespread power outages across the nation's capital Tuesday, affecting the White House, the Capitol, museums, train stations and other sites. Many of the outages were brief, but some were longer and...
  • Cuba may lose 'sponsor of terrorism' designation

    Cuba may lose 'sponsor of terrorism' designation
    President Obama said Thursday that his State Department had finished a review of whether to remove Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism, potentially the first step in formally changing U.S. policy toward the island nation at a time of warming...
  • Bill Clinton says in interview he'll be 'backstage adviser'

    Former President Bill Clinton says in an interview he plans to be a "backstage adviser" in Hillary Rodham Clinton's expected presidential campaign and intends to spend the year working on his family's philanthropic foundation. As his wife considers...
  • White House, other sites affected by power outages across DC

    White House, other sites affected by power outages across DC
    WASHINGTON — The White House, State Department, and Capitol were all affected by reports of widespread power outages across Washington and its suburbs Tuesday afternoon. The utility company Pepco said it was investigating the outage reports....