|Doctors Without Borders says US explanations are conflicting
The head of the medical charity Doctors Without Borders says the latest U.S. explanation of an airstrike in Afghanistan over the weekend does nothing to absolve the United States of blame.
|The Twitter follow lists of the 2016 candidates
Jeb Bush follows Donald Trump on Twitter but that's a one-way street: Trump mainly follows people with a connection to himself. Ted Cruz's follow list is a big tea party, though he keeps an eye on President Barack Obama, too.
|Clinton lashes out at Benghazi committee
Hillary Rodham Clinton is lashing out at the special House committee investigating the deadly attacks in Benghazi, Libya.
|Former president healing nicely after summer spill
Former President George H.W. Bush is healing well after taking a fall this summer, and he's ready to head south for the winter.
|Meet Val the bartender: Hillary Clinton does an 'SNL' skit
Set 'em up, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and lend an ear to the troubles of a presidential candidate.
|Christie: I'd rather jump off bridge than be in Congress
Chris Christie wants to come to Washington. Just don't ask him to make the leap from governor of New Jersey to Capitol Hill legislator.
|Biden backs transgender military service as US weighs policy
Vice President Joe Biden is throwing his unequivocal support behind letting transgender people serve openly in the military, as the Obama administration considers whether and when to lift the longstanding ban.
|Seeking a candidate to love, voters find Clinton one to like
Inside the arena, the roar was deafening when Hillary Rodham Clinton took the stage at the annual convention of the New Hampshire Democratic Party, with thousands jumping to their feet to welcome the party's White House front-runner.
|Sanders says he opposes no-fly zone in Syria
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he opposes a unilateral American no-fly zone in Syria, arguing that it could pull the U.S. into the Syrian civil war and "lead to a never-ending U.S. entanglement in that region."
|Clinton makes gay rights as a core promise of 2016 campaign
Hillary Rodham Clinton says ensuring equal rights for gay, lesbian and transgender people would be a central goal of her administration should she become president.