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  • Iran's economic boost from nuclear deal projected to come slowly

    WASHINGTON Iran may not see a rapid economic rebound from a potential nuclear deal that would lift the international sanctions now imposed on the country, according to new projections by Roubini Global Economics. As nuclear negotiators in Vienna face a...
  • Supreme Court's Arizona ruling hands voters a big victory

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors: The sentence cannot be found in the Constitution, but it best captures one of the fundamental democratic principles the Constitution exists to protect: "Voters should choose their...
  • Mitch McConnell's productivity bodes well for his legacy

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors: Even now, at the remove of mere days, the historic nature of last week's events in Washington is clear. Yet to be decided is what role they will play in shaping the legacy of one of the...
  • Jonathan Bernstein: Robert Bork would not have changed history

    As the U.S. Supreme Court ends its eventful term this week, many political analysts are stepping back to look at the history leading up to its important decisions, particularly on the marriage case. The name that keeps coming up is Robert Bork. Bork...
  • William Pajaud dies at 89; watercolorist amassed prominent collection of African American art

    William Pajaud dies at 89; watercolorist amassed prominent collection of African American art
    Artist William Pajaud was a highly respected watercolorist, but he was better known for collecting the works of others. Over more than 20 years — and on a shoestring budget — he painstakingly put together one of the most prominent...
  • Hoping to score: Presidential hopefuls on last-minute money drive

    From Lower Manhattan to Orange County, Calif., presidential hopefuls are shuttling between hotel ballrooms and millionaires' mansions ahead of a big fundraising deadline. Rand Paul's quest for cash takes him to another kind of joint. The senator is...
  • Kasich sets July 21 as date to jump into 2016 presidential race

    Ohio Gov. John Kasich plans to announce his bid for the Republican presidential nomination on July 21 at the Ohio State University student union in Columbus. The news, first reported by Politico, was confirmed by a source familiar with the governor's...
  • Republican candidates excoriate Supreme Court

    Two landmark rulings �� upholding a key component of President Barack Obama's health care law and legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide ���� have some Republican presidential candidates waging war against the...
  • Hillary Clinton calls on Republicans to abandon gay-marriage fight

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton, at the end of what she described as "an emotional roller-coaster of a day," called on Republicans running for president to stop opposing the expansion of gay rights and move on to other issues. "Instead of trying to turn...
  • Presidential candidates react: From 'historic victory' to 'I will not acquiesce'

    For most Republicans, the Supreme Court's ruling on gay marriage is an opportunity to put to rest a divisive issue that threatens their party in the 2016 presidential election. As if dropping a hint to some members of his party, Republican National...
  • Scalia sees a 'threat to American democracy' in gay marriage ruling

    "I write separately to call attention to this Court's threat to American democracy," Justice Antonin Scalia declared in a scathing dissent to the Supreme Court's historic decision Friday to legalize same-sex marriage across the United States. The Reagan-...