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She came under criticism from members of her own party who distanced themselves from her remarks

A National Guardsman at an observation post in Nogales, Arizona. Last year, a 16-year-old was shot 10 times here by Border Patrol agents

Death on the US-Mexican border: the killings America chooses to ignore

Since 2005, patrol agents and CBP officers have killed some 42 people along the US-Mexican border without facing any public consequences – or any large-scale media coverage

People attend the National Vigil for Victims of Gun Violence in Washington

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Despite the school killings, gun control remains as far off as ever

John Podesta helped to save Bill Clinton’s career during the Lewinsky affair
House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan speaks at a press conference to announce the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013

America gets a budget deal – just don’t mention tax and welfare

Congress to avoid another federal shutdown with bipartisan pact

Finally a deal, of sorts, is close on the US debt crisis

Legislators are brokering an agreement that will put an end to the threat of another costly shutdown

US President Barack Obama pauses while making a statement about the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela in the briefing room of the White House

Washington nears US budget deal to avoid new government shutdown

US politicians are closing in on a deal to ease the impact of spending cuts worth up to $200 billion (£122 billion) which are due to hit home next year, it emerged today.

Supporters of the Indian Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spray color dust as they celebrate outside their party headquarter after the announcement of the results of the Assembly elections

Strong gains for Hindu party in Indian elections

The Bharatiya Janata Party has waged a fierce campaign fronted by its prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi

Prisoners being held at Guantanamo Bay. The majority of inmates are being held without charge

‘No longer in our interest’ to disclose how many Guantanamo inmates are on hunger strike, US military says

The announcement comes as two Algerian men held at the camp for a decade are released without charge in a revived push towards gradual closure

The NSA's offices in Fort Meade, Maryland

NSA collects data 'revealing location of five billion mobile phones every day'

The records allow US intelligence agents to establish not just the movements of individuals but to monitor who else they communicate with

Theda Bara in 1917’s silent movie ‘Cleopatra’

Going quietly: The sad plight of silent movies

With more than 70 per cent of early films lost, archivists are scouring the world to preserve the precious examples that remain

Millions vote in Delhi state poll which could indicate how general election might play out

Turn-out for last of five local polls may have broken all previous records

Silent film The Great Gatsby is believed lost in its complete form. From left: Warner Baxter, Lois Wilson, Hale Hamilton, 1926

Majority of American silent films lost to decay

Report shows 75 per cent of US silent films have been lost to neglect or decay

Paulao of Real Betis

Sepp Blatter says it is 'time for tougher sanctions' after condemning Real Betis fans who appeared to direct racist monkey chants at their own player

Paulao appeared to be abused after being shown a red card in his side's 4-0 defeat to Sevilla

Rep. Trey Radel (R-FL) was arrested last month for possession of cocaine

Florida congressman, Trey Radel, pleads guilty to cocaine possession

The 37-year-old has yet to announce whether he will resign from Congress

Republican congressman, Trey Radel, faces cocaine charge

A Republican Congressman has been arrested on charges of cocaine possession, it has emerged.

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