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Campaigning in Iowa Tuesday, former Secretary of State Clinton said the timing of the release is beyond her control. It was the first time she answered questions from the press in several weeks.
Takata, the Japanese airbag manufacturer, has agreed to expand the number of vehicles with defective airbags to nearly 34 million, according to U.S. federal regulators.
The fall of Ramadi, Iraq, to self-declared Islamic State militants has highlighted possible shortcomings in the U.S. strategy to fight the Islamic State.
As the number of religious young people declines, Hillel International is trying to build a "big tent" Judaism for secular and religious students alike. But some say that tent may not be big enough.
Even as the Obama administration takes steps aimed at improving trust between police and communities, there are limits to what the federal government can do.
The president of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund says 70 top philanthropic foundations are urging the Securities and Exchange Commission to enact a disclosure rule for corporate political spending.