Congress launches its much-anticipated probe into the potential cover-up of the deadly attack at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11, 2012.
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Tracking the frenzied manhunt for Suspect No. 2, 19-year-old Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev. His brother, Suspect No. 1 Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was killed earlier Friday in a gun battle with police.
Edith Windsor, whose estate tax troubles following the death of her lesbian partner are at the center of a constitutional battle over gay marriage, said Wednesday she thought the Supreme Court arguments over her case "went beautifully."
The first openly gay politician ever elected to the Senate said Tuesday the Supreme Court has a chance to "reflect the progress" that had been made on rights for same-sex couples and decide "whether gay American citizens can continue to be discriminated against simply because of who they love."
The Wrap: From Oscar contenders like 'Lincoln,' to Limbaugh being 'ashamed' of the U.S., the week that was
From Chicago's police superintendent taking fire from all sides for controversial Second Amendment comments to all eyes in the entertainment world shifting to Hollywood ahead of Sunday's Academy Awards, here's The Washington Times' wrap up on the week:
President Obama's inaugural address was well received by the hundreds of thousands of people who trekked downtown to watch the ceremony and began making for the exits as soon as the speech concluded.