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Hillaryclinton-041112_08Oct15.jpg Hillary Clinton once described the Trans-Pacific Partnership as the "gold standard" of trade agreements, but the Democratic presidential candidate now says she does not support the deal.

Obama1-081015.jpg President Barack Obama spoke with the head of Doctors Without Borders on Wednesday to apologize for a U.S. military airstrike on a hospital in Afghanistan, the White House said.

biden-carson-071015.jpg Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton lead the races for their respective party's presidential nominations in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, but the results of a Quinnipiac University poll show Vice President Joe Biden and Dr. Ben Carson are the best general election candidates in the key swing states.

Duncanarne-100215.jpg Education Secretary Arne Duncan plans to step down from his post at the end of the year, numerous media outlets have confirmed. Duncan attributed his decision to the long commute between his home and family in Chicago and his job in Washington, D.C.

DonaldTrump2-100215.jpg While President Barack Obama and others claim the mass shooting at a college in Oregon provides further evidence of the need for increased gun control, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has suggested that it is impossible to prevent all such acts of violence.

JoeBiden-portrait-100115.jpg With his decision on whether to launch a presidential campaign expected to be delayed until later in the month, Vice President Joe Biden will reportedly not participate in the first Democratic debate.

DonaldTrump-093015.jpg Donald Trump has attacked various news outlets throughout his presidential campaign, and the Republican frontrunner is now going after Forbes magazine for suggesting his net worth is less than half what he claims.

Donaldtrump-092915.jpg While Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump claims his tax plan would not add to the nation's debt, the results of an analysis by the non-partisan Tax Foundation found that the real estate mogul's proposal would cost $12 trillion over 10 years.

Obama-castro-092915.jpg U.S. President Barack Obama met with Cuban President Raul Castro on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Tuesday. The meeting between the two leaders was seen as a symbolic steep in the ongoing efforts to normalize American-Cuban relations.

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