Mike Pence and Mother

Mike Pence and Mother

Mike Pence and wife Karen Pence attend the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
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Al Franken Resigns

Al Franken Resigns

Al Franken announced his resignation on the Senate floor following a sexual harassment scandal.
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Mike Flynn

Mike Flynn

Mike Flynn's military and political career is effectively over, as he faces potential jail time. But he will reportedly testify against Trump.
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Donald Trump, Mike Flynn Campaign Photo

Donald Trump, Mike Flynn Campaign Photo

Donald Trump relied upon Mike Flynn's counsel during the 2016 campaign, and apparently directed Flynn to contact the Russians during that time.
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Donald Trump, Mike Flynn

Donald Trump, Mike Flynn

Donald Trump and former adviser and confidant Mike Flynn once stood together. Now, Flynn stands poised to help take down Trump.
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Al Franken and Wife

Al Franken and Wife

Al Franken and his wife, Franni Bryson. They've been married since 1975.
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Clinton vs. Trump 2016

Clinton vs. Trump 2016

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are squaring off for the honor of being president. Who will prevail?
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Mary Anne Nolad Would Rather Die Than Vote in The 2016 Election

Mary Anne Nolad Would Rather Die Than Vote in The 2016 Election

Virginia resident Mary Anne Noland left in her obituary that she passed away instead of voting for a 2016 presidential candidate.
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God Isn't Fixing This

God Isn't Fixing This

The New York Daily News' provocative and highly political cover in the wake of the San Bernardino, Calif., massacre of December 2015. What do you think?
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Michelle Kwan Pic

Michelle Kwan Pic

Michelle Kwan and Hillary Clinton are teaming up again. This time Kwan is gearing up to help Clinton's campaign.
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Martin O'Malley Photo

Martin O'Malley Photo

Martin O'Malley, former Democratic Mayor of Baltimore and Governor of Maryland, will challenge Hillary Clinton for the party's White House nomination in 2016.
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Lindsey Graham Photo

Lindsey Graham Photo

Lindsey Graham has joined the crowded race for president of the United States in 2016. The Republican U.S. Senator from South Carolina made it official in June.
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