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Chris Matthews wants to get to the bottom of what really happened in Benghazi . Really Chris? Because last October, you had the chance to ask what happened, but since it was only a month before the election, you didn't bother. Instead, you helped
Kennedy School of Government is courting former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to work there, according to a school spokesman. We have extended an invitation to [former] Secretary Clinton to consider engaging with the university and would of
The body of James Gandolfini back on Monday is possible consequences to the United States of America. That's a few days earlier than expected. The actor, best known for the television series The Sopranos, died last week in Rome. The
ET Scarlett, Reese, Jessica, Amanda -- who's your pick to play Hillary Rodham Clinton? Hillary Busis Image Credit: Gennadi Avramenko/Getty Images Rodham , an upcoming film about Hillary Clinton's younger years, basically has Oscar written all over it.
This is a short but urgent warning: A false flag event, an act of war, a bombing or some other headlines-grabbing orchestrated event is very likely to occur in the next seven days precisely because the Obama administration is under intense fire right
Gary May is a Professor of History at the University of Delaware and author of "Bending Toward Justice: The Voting Rights Act and the Transformation of American Democracy ." LBJ signs the Voting Rights Act while Martin Luther King, Jr. looks on.
If there is one thing you can count on many fundamentalist religious fanatics for, it is for them to milk any opportunity to play “victim." Many fundamentalist Christians, Jews and Muslims, for example, persistently seize
A Journey with Hillary Clinton from Beirut to the Heart of American Power A BBC correspondent offers an admiring insider's look at Hilary Clinton's tenure as America's top diplomat. By Lisa Weidenfeld, Contributor / March 20, 2013 The Secretary: A
Video Reuters Video The GOP is turning to a rising star in their party Marco Rubio to win the hearts of Hispanics, and with those hearts, states like Florida, New Mexico, Colorado and Nevada. The Florida Senator of Cuban descent was given the high-
Jonathan Scott The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Feb. 20 2013, 8:00 AM EST Last updated Wednesday, Feb. 20 2013, 8:00 AM EST The problem with the Liberal leadership debates isn't the number of candidates but the debate format. It's past time