"Deflategate" wasn't the only story taking up headlines this week. Here's your chance to catch up on everything from Bernie Sanders to the latest Obamacare numbers to a woman who is suing all gay people.
Clinton won the Latino vote by a nearly two-to-one margin over Barack Obama in 2008.
The president’s rising approval rating is good news for Hillary Clinton and other Democrats running in 2016.
The independent report concluded that Brady, at the very least, was likely “generally aware” of the inappropriate activities taking place.
In the suit, entered into the docket as Driskell v. Homosexuals, Sylvia Ann Driskell, 66, of Auburn, Nebraska, asks in a seven-page, neatly handwritten petition that U.S. District Judge John M. Gerrard decide once and for all whether homosexuality is or isn’t a sin.
Known to the FBI, alleged shooter Elton Simpson was tried in federal court for allegedly attempting to join a terror group in Somalia, Africa.
On Thursday, Sofia Vergara lashed out at Nick Loeb on "Good Morning America" saying, "I don't want to allow this person to take more advantage of my career and try to promote himself, get press for this."
22.8 million uninsured people became insured and 5.9 million lost their coverage from September 2013 to February 2015.
Will the bill make it?
Sanders wasn’t surprised by the enthusiastic response to his announcement, the Vermont Senator told Rachel Maddow he “had a feeling that there was a strong undercurrent of support.”