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US diplomat Susan Rice defends Benghazi comments Rice is tipped to succeed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton The US ambassador to the United Nations has defended comments she made days after a deadly attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
Gallery Video The Washington Post's Greg Miller explains how the discovery of classified documents in Paula Broadwell's home complicates the FBI's reasoning for initially keeping their investigation secret. What we did was conduct the investigation
President Barack Obama walked a narrow path between ambition and realism, defiance and accommodation when he addressed reporters for the first time since winning a hard-fought election that gives him four more years to carve his place in history.
Former CIA Director David Petraeus, who resigned Friday due to an extramarital affair, has agreed to testify before House and Senate intelligence committees. Petraeus was first scheduled to testify Thursday, but after his resignation the
A team from Portland's Lincoln High School is the national champion in the 2012 We the People National Finals in Washington, D.C. The team took first place in the 25th anniversary competition sponsored by the Center for Civic Education. The
"Slut" and "prostitute" are powerful words, and they do not generally conjure a positive connotation toward the person at whom they are directed. When said in a private environment, the stinging moral slurs can plunge deeply into the heart of the
On April 5, 2011 the Committee on Appropriations: Subcommittee on Homeland Security held a closed hearing on Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Countermeasures - Threat Programs and funding. Testimony was heard from Alexander Garza, Assistant
All of that piety and facing east on one's hands and knees looks sinister to folks who have elevated napping in church to an art form. Whenever that many Muslims are gathered together, can Shariah law be far behind? Shouts of "go home, terrorists"
Philippines Foreign Affairs Secretary Alberto Romulo is on the way out of his department, President Benigno Aquino III indicated on Wednesday. Pressed for comment on Romulo reportedly having cleared his desk at the Department of Foreign Affairs,
Blogs Stephen Crowley/The New York Times Sheriff Leroy Baca of Los Angeles County, left; Roger Cressey, formerly of the National Security Council; and Alejandro J. Beutel of the Muslim Public Affairs Council at a Capitol Hill forum...King ,