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Attorney General Eric Holder wants out and there's a bracelet for that; Ben Carson has been talking crazy about President Obama; Jesse Jackson Jr. is half way home — and more.
Loretta Lynch awaits confirmation for 130-plus days and counting.
In a decisive victory, Muriel Bowser makes Mayor Vincent Gray a lame duck.
A look at the personal and professional highs and lows in the life and career of former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.
Former congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. was sentenced to 30 months in prison for misuse of about $750,000 in campaign funds. His wife, Sandi, was given a 12-month sentence for filing false tax returns.
Rep. Charles Rangel is seeking to overturn his 2010 House censure.
Racial employment discrimination in hospitals is not rare.
Seventeen Democrats and five Republicans hope to replace Jesse Jackson Jr. in Congress.
Rev. Jesse Jackson sometimes struggles to remain relevant amid President Obama's rise and his own son's fall.
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. may reach a plea agreement with federal authorities in probe of misuse of campaign funds.