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We take a look back at the political career of Hugo Chavez, president of Venezuela since 1999 until his death in 2013.
Oscar Niemeyer, the architect who shaped Brazil's futuristic capital city Brasilia in the 1950s and '60s with his bold, often-voluptuous structures died Wednesday in Rio De Janeiro. He was 104.
AIDS awareness posters were part of domestic and international public health campaigns to promote HIV testing, safe sex and better knowledge of the virus and disease. Here is a sample of the 6200 posters physician Edward Atwater collected that are…
November is American Diabetes Month. To recognize it, the American Diabetes Association has launched the "A Day in the Life of Diabetes" initiative to show the growing impact diabetes has on American families and communities and to highlight how those…
As Sandy victims try to recover from last week's superstorm, the U.S. Northeast is dealt an unfortunate hand of weather, with another storm. This time a nor'easter. The storm brought wind, rain and snow, with the potential for more flooding…
With the re-election of President Barack Obama and the rejection of Tea Party darlings like Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock, it may be time for Republicans to reinvent American conservatism.
As polls close, there are already concerns and problems in several U.S. states reported over voter access, including long lines, misinformation, poll monitors being blocked from polling stations.
NewsHour and The Associated Press examine what voters in two critical Colorado counties -- Arapahoe and Jefferson -- have to say about what has influenced their ballot decisions, from disdain of political ads to education and the economy.
There have been winners and losers in every presidential election. The suspense of Election Day builds as the votes are tallied. Here are some of those presidential candidates at moments when they discover they have won or lost the U.S.
"The Eyes of History 2012," a new exhibit at Washington D.C.'s The Newseum, highlights more than 70 award-winning photos by The White House News Photographers Association. The following are the 2011 top political photos featured at the exhibit.
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