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  • Southern universities still wrestling with racist pasts

    Tillman Hall is the building that goes on the Clemson University posters, at least the ones that don't feature the football stadium or an orange paw print. The red brick building with a clock tower is the grandest and best-known structure on campus. It'...
  • Philadelphia hosting Democratic Convention, shows rebound

    WASHINGTON The National Democratic Committee's decision to hold its 2016 national convention in Philadelphia underscores the rebound of the fifth-largest U.S. city, after it reversed a decades-long population decline and won its highest bond grade in 30...
  • New defense secretary says he'll reassess US exit from Afghanistan

    KABUL, Afghanistan �� Ashton Carter used his first visit to Afghanistan as the new defense secretary to promise a broad review of the U.S.'s mission that could include a slower withdrawal of troops from America's longest war. After a...
  • Jeb Bush chooses to be�cross-examined�at CPAC

    As theAmerican Conservative Union putsfinal touches on its annual political conference next week, they've offered potential Republican presidential contenders the option of a moderated question-and-answer session instead speaking from a podiumto the...
  • Community banks lobby senators to curb power of New York Fed

    The Independent Community Bankers of America has stepped up its support for a proposal to strip the Federal Reserve Bank of New York of its permanent vote on monetary policy and share it with the other regional Fed banks. Dallas Fed President Richard...
  • Big test for Senate's McConnell as Homeland Security funding set to lapse

    WASHINGTON Mitch McConnell of Kentucky will have his first big test as U.S. Senate majority leader next week as funding for the Department of Homeland Security is set to lapse Feb. 27, triggering a shutdown of some of the agency's operations unless...
  • Arctic oil drillers face tighter US rules to stop spills

    WASHINGTON Royal Dutch Shell Plc and any oil drilling company that prospects in the Arctic Ocean must boost safety practices to prevent spills in the frigid and often hostile waters or mitigate the impact, U.S. regulators proposed Friday. The Interior...
  • Virginia ex-first lady gets one-year prison term for corruption

    WASHINGTON Maureen McDonnell, Virginia's former first lady, was sentenced to one year and a day in prison Friday for public corruption in a case that could ultimately reshape federal ethics prosecutions. Prosecutors had sought a term of 18 months,...
  • Wisconsin considers right-to-work bill, renewing war with unions

    CHICAGO The prospect of a renewed fight between Republicans and organized labor in Wisconsin have increased with an announcement that senators will vote next week on making Wisconsin a so-called right-to-work state. Republican Gov. Scott Walker, a...
  • Analysis: Jeb Bush speaks on foreign policy but delivers few specifics

    WASHINGTON Whether on issues like how to restore major American cities or improve diplomatic relations in North Africa, Jeb Bush is selling himself as the Republican heavyweight on policy. But for a governor who has prided himself on accomplishing "big,...
  • Josh Rogin: Shock, awe and Jeb Bush's foreign policy dream team

    Jeb Bush made a bold playinannouncing a large roster of foreign policy advisers for his expected presidential campaign, and it drew the ire of many in the Republicanforeign-policy world. Ahead of his speech Wednesday at the Chicago Council on Global...