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The U.S. looks ahead after the recent attacks in Paris and how it affects the 2016 electio
Release of American spy Jonathan Pollard, dispute between Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio
Investigators work to determine the planners of the Paris attack.
Coordinated shootings and bombings in Paris & Trump ups rhetoric against GOP rivals
Seven-year debate ends in pipeline rejection and 271,000 jobs added in October.
Wall Street prepares for possible rate hikes and climate change on the global stage.
John Boehner retires after five years as speaker and 25 years in Congress.
CNBC hosts the third Republican debate, Rep. Paul Ryan replaces John Boehner.
Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi testimony, VP Joe Biden will not enter the 2016 race.
Hillary Clinton’s email’s investigated by FBI.
The first Democratic debate of the election season lands in Las Vegas.
Rep. Paul Ryan is skeptical about speakership.