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Jesse Jackson Jr.
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His home in Washington is for sale. His wife says he'll come back to work only when a doctor approves. He vowed to return to the campaign by Labor Day, and then didn't.
Illinois Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr., who has been on a hushed medical leave for more than three months, has put his home in Washington on the market for $2.5 million to help pay for health care costs, an aide said Wednesday.
Days after Rep. Jesse L. Jackson Jr. was released from a hospital where he was being treated for bipolar disorder, it's still unclear when he'll return to work.
Rep. Jesse L. Jackson Jr., an Illinois Democrat who took a hushed medical leave two months ago, is being treated for bipolar disorder, the Mayo Clinic announced Monday.
When does Rep. Jessie Jackson Jr.s media free pass expire? Please dont tell us he cant be located (Jesse Jackson Jr.: Rumors fly over mysterious disappearance, Web, July 11). Any reporter worth his salt can certainly find a way to follow those closest to Mr. Jackson and find him.
A website sued by President Obama's re-election campaign for selling T-shirts and other merchandise with the campaign's signature "O" logo is taking down the offending merchandise.
November's battle for control of the White House may grab the most public attention, but the House of Representatives is arguably the more vital race. Republican control of the lower chamber since 2011 has slowed spending in Washington and blocked much of the big-government agenda. Losing the House would have significant consequences.
The director of national intelligence is announcing two steps to avert leaks of classified information after recent disclosures about national security.