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The network waives a requirement that candidates average at least one percent in national polls to qualify for the Aug. 6 event
The Republican governor announced last month that he was diagnosed with B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma
Wisconsin governor confronts a question that has vexed presidential candidates for decades: What kind of cheese do I want on my sandwich?
2016 candidates, Congress, state leaders and others are all searching for ways to stem the nation's heroin problem
College financial aid for prisoners would come in the form of Pell grants, which are for low-income people and do not have to be repaid
Planned Parenthood has been under fire since secretly recorded videos by an anti-abortion group have shown staffers discussing procurement of fetal tissue for research.
Donald Trump is facing renewed controversy over an alleged sexual assault of his ex-wife amid an already controversial campaign
Congress and administration officials discuss how prescription drug use has led to a heroin problem and what to do about it
Pollard was convicted of selling classified information to Israel
The 2016 presidential race is much, much larger than the candidates you know of