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More and more Republicans are slaming President Obama over the crisis in Ukraine, with some going so far as to connect the dots between Kiev and Benghazi. CNN's Dana Bash reports on the politics in Washington.
Pope Francis has garnered fans around the world since his election last March, but he's become increasingly popular in an unlikely place. CNN's Chris Lawrence reports on the influence Francis has had on the right and left in American politics.
CNN's Rene Marsh reports on a new proposal that could decriminalize marijuana use in Washington, D.C.
News that broke in The Situation Room: CNN's Brian Todd reports on a man who might have set himself on fire at the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
One day after the shooting at the Navy Yard that killed 12 people, Wolf Blitzer talks to the mayor of Washington, DC, Vincent Gray. He talks about the victims of the massacre, helps lay out a timeline of events, and discusses what role gun laws may have played and where we go from here.
Police say one person has been arrested in connection with the vandalism of a D.C. monument. CNN's Erin McPike reports.
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Rusty the red panda has been found outside the National Zoo in a busy D.C. neighborhood.
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In his 90th year, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is a hit at the 100th annual Alfalfa Club dinner, an exclusive, off-the-record event in Washington. Politico Playbook obtained a copy of the speech, and CNN contacted actor Paul Sorvino, who played Kissinger in the 1995 biopic "Nixon," to read it out loud. CNN's Tom Foreman plays the recordings.
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Brian Todd reports on the government's low-flying helicopter that searches for radiation in Washington, D.C.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on the loss of sensitive Secret Service information left on a Washington Metro train.