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Rep. Charles Rangel wins primary to serve a 23rd term in Congress for New York.
Rep. Charles Rangel wins key endorsements in tight race.
Rep. Charles Rangel, the longtime Congressman from Harlem, who is now 84, is seeking another term in a hotly contested election on Tuesday.
President Obama's job approval rating has reached another new low; Sen. Marco Rubio says it's over for the president; the IRS has lost key emails; Rep. Charles Rangel's New York primary race has gotten nasty – and more.
Charles Rangel, the longtime congressman from Harlem, is again in a highly competitive race with challengers Adriano Espaillat and Michael Walrond.
Rep. Charlie Rangel does the Harlem Shake before a live news interview.
At age 83, longtime Harlem congressman Charles Rangel will seek a 23rd term in the House of Representatives.
Following a count of absentee and affidavit ballots, Rep. Charles Rangel continues to hold the lead in his contested primary race.
While President Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney take brief respites from the campaign trail, their surrogates take over the jabs.
An absentee ballot count could cost New York Rep. Charles Rangel his lead over Adriano Espaillat.