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  • Analysis: Why does Rand Paul keep missing his moment?

    Can two years of hard work be undone with a few seconds of talk radio chatter? Rand Paul's campaign is about to find out. Its problems started on Tuesday morning, right after what seems to have been the apex of civil unrest in Baltimore. President Barack...
  • Can Bernie Sanders duck super PACs?

    Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has been an outspoken critic of big money and super PACs. Now that he's jumped in the presidential race to challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination, can he avoid them? Already, one super PAC pledging to...
  • Why Larry Flynt is endorsing Hillary Clinton

    When Larry Flynt is feeling righteous, he describes himself as a crusader: for civil liberties in general and free speech in particular, against capital punishment, political correctness, and hypocrisy in high places. In more mischievous moments, the...
  • A $15 billion cure can't fix veteran health care at US agency

    WASHINGTON Leaders of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs asked Congress for more than $15 billion to end long wait times for medical care for tens of thousands of vets. They got the money, but little has changed. The agency has been slow to spend...
  • Jonathan Bernstein: Sanders can make the democrats more liberal

    What can liberals hope to get from the presidential campaign of Bernie Sanders the sort-of socialist senator from Vermont who formally announced his presidential candidacy today? Sanders has been an excellent senator. He is skilled at both the...
  • Jeb Bush says he admires Baltimore mom who slapped her son amid riots

    WASHINGTON The viral video this week of Toya Graham, the Baltimore woman who repeatedly slapped her son for participating in the riots there, was a "nice visual symbol of what needs to be restored" in America, said Jeb Bush, a probable Republican...
  • IRS may be trying to stop tax exemption of Rove's Crossroads GPS

    WASHINGTON The IRS may be trying to block the tax exemption of one of the largest politically active nonprofit groups, Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies, an organization founded by Republican strategist Karl Rove. The oblique disclosure can be...
  • Obama says he might go back to community organizing

    WASHINGTON One day when he's done wrangling with the Iranians and congressional Republicans, President Barack Obama plans to get back to where he once belonged. The most powerful man in the world wants to return to community organizing after he hands...
  • Best San Francisco since 2000 pulls Oakland into new twin cities

    SAN FRANCISCO San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is presiding over the city's strongest economy since 2000 as his counterpart across the bay, Oakland's Libby Schaaf, sees advantage rather than competition in her neighbor's expanding wealth. The two leaders are...
  • Japan's Abe Wins U.S. nod on ambitions his country may not share

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama rolled out the red carpet this week for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe who touted an "alliance of hope" with the U.S. to foster stronger military and trade ties in Asia and beyond. After the fanfare fades and Abe...
  • Bernie-nomics: How Sen. Sanders wants to handle the economy

    Does Bernie Sanders have a proposed economic platform for his presidential campaign? Sanders economic platform IS his presidential campaign. The Vermont senator, a self-described socialist and political independent who announced Wednesday that he'll seek...