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Secretary of state Hillary Clinton speaks about the anti-US protests happening in the Middle East. Photograph: Alex Brandon/AP Nothing tests one's intellectual honesty and ability to apply principles consistently more than free speech controversies.
Book details Roberts switch on health care Updated A new book sheds new light on how Chief Justice John Roberts saved President Obama's health care law. In The Oath: The Obama White House and the Supreme Court , author Jeffrey Toobin says the four
Establishment media bloggers are still dismissing the idea that the "let's all force Romney to express regret" talk before his press conference was unprofessional or displayed anti-Romney bias. Erik Wemple at The Washington Post agreed with our take:
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe The deed is everything, not the reputation. I believe we are now seeing the ripe fruits of the Obama Administration's Foreign Policy. Think like an American, and not like the Marxist Internationalist media wants you to
In the wake of the embassy attacks in Cairo and Benghazi that left four people dead, including Ambassador Chris Stevens, you would think the White House would be on crisis alert. After all, when members of the American Foreign Service come under
A tale of two parties President Barack Obama hugs former President Bill Clinton after Clinton's nominating speech for Obama at the Time Warner Cable Arena during the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina on September 5, 2012.
Now that Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is in charge of raising really big dollars for a superPAC that supports President Obama, wealthy Democrats all over the country may be eyeing their phones nervously. Emanuel, the former Obama White House chief of
Top terror leaders, including Osama bin Laden, are dead and their networks in Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia disrupted.In some cases, the Obama White House simply continued or escalated programs and policies begun by the Republican administration
Chandrasekaran takes his title from an earlier effort to help Afghanistan. In the 1950s the Afghan king set out to bring prosperity to the rural southern region of his country through a huge development project supported by Afghan and American money.
Washington, September 7, 2012 After two years of spirited debate and notwithstanding deep concern within the Obama White House about the fragility of ties between Washington and Islamabad, the U.S. State Department has finally designated the fearsome