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July 27, 2012
Kevin Fenton of the CDC says new federal strategies and advances in HIV prevention will turn the tide.
From Malcolm X to Condoleezza Rice, these notables describe complicated relationships with the U.S.
Former Education Secretary Rod Paige takes on federal spending, teachers unions and school-voucher critics.
The first lady's new Pinterest page features candid family photos with her husband and her father.
In Part 2 of our Q&A, Artur Davis talks about ditching Obama and defining a new message for Republicans.
In Part 1 of our interview, the newly minted Republican addresses speculation on his big switch.
Two new political action committees say it's time for our electoral participation to evolve.
Politicos analyze the Newark, N.J., mayor's arguments after he went rogue on Obama during Meet the Press.
Despite hysteria over Obama's stance, it's unlikely that he will lose the African-American vote.
Sam Kass, Obama's healthy-food adviser, deflects criticism of his quest for healthier communities.
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July 16, 2012
Blogging the Beltway: In a new CDC effort, The Voice singer hopes to end stigma around the virus.
Blogging the Beltway: He described the election as a fight for the heart and soul of America.
Blogging the Beltway: The GOP presidential candidate explained why voting for him will make things better for black families.
Blogging the Beltway: In his most aggressive remarks yet, Eric Holder calls the legislation discriminatory.
Blogging the Beltway: But despite the call, it's unlikely that anything will happen before November.
Blogging the Beltway: Author Rachel L. Swarns traces Mrs. Obama's sweeping genealogy in her new book.
Blogging the Beltway: But Democrats walked out to protest what they call "a partisan witch hunt."
Blogging the Beltway: His vote upheld the law, but his opinion is far from an endorsement.
Blogging the Beltway: The law is ruled constitutional, paving the way for full implementation.
Blogging the Beltway: The man behind the high court ruling calls it a win for juvenile justice.