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After the President outlined his plan to cripple ISIS, some members of Congress say they disagree with the strategy.
The White House says it has identified ISIS targets in Syria, but not everyone is on board with the President's plan.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to Sen. Ted Cruz about President Obama's handling of the growing ISIS threat.
Bill Clinton and George W. Bush sounded like old college buddies when they appeared in Washington on Monday.
As Texas Governor Rick Perry and his legal team ask a judge to throw out a felony indictment alleging he abused his power, CNN is digging deeper into the charges against him - and finding a web of partisan politics, old grudges and a drunken driving arrest. CNN's Drew Griffin investigates.
After protests were marred by violence and a tough police crackdown Monday, there are new questions about the tactics used by authorities and whether or not they are appropriate. CNN's Brian Todd investigates.
Catch the full interview with the IRS Commissioner at 5 pm ET, only on CNN.
After a brutal grilling on Capitol Hill, the seemingly unflappable IRS Commissioner John Koskinen talks to CNN's Wolf Blitzer about the accusations plaguing his agency as he tries to restore the public's trust in it.
CNN's Dana Bash recaps the GOP Senate runoff race results in Mississippi.
One year after her filibuster against an anti-abortion bill and a meteoric rise to the national stage, Wendy Davis is fighting her most recent battle, an uphill fight to be Texas' next governor. CNN's Gloria Borger profiles the rising Democratic star.
Mississippi may be an important battleground between Tea Party and establishment Republicans, but it is Democrats that are playing a key role in the GOP primary Tuesday. CNN's Dana Bash takes a look at how Democrat voters are influencing the outcome.