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  • Congress should help Puerto Rico go bust the American way

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors: In an ideal world, Puerto Rico would be bankrupt. Instead, it is sliding toward something far more dangerous and uncertain and President Barack Obama and Congress need to intervene. On...
  • Josh Rogin and Eli Lake: Democrats in a trap on Netanyahu speech

    Caught between their party loyalty to President Barack Obama and the popularity of Israel in Congress, most Senate Democrats refuse to say whether they will attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to a joint session of Congress next...
  • Does the Supreme Court care that Americans support gay marriage?

    WASHINGTON As Noah Rothman of the conservative blog Hot Air put it Friday, polls show that "gay marriage is so popular that even Republicans are coming around." A new CNN/ORC poll found that 63 percent of Americans side with gay and lesbian couples on...
  • Jeb Bush wouldn't hesitate to start 'third Bush war'

    Jeb Bush may be his own man, but that would not stop him from starting a war in the Middle East like his father and brother before him. Appearing on the Hugh Hewitt radio show on Wednesday, Bush said that his family legacy would not be a factor in how he...
  • Christopher Flavelle: Scott Walker's lagging economic indicators

    At the close of 2010, a year and a half after the recession officially ended, Wisconsin could claim one of the better economic recoveries in the country. Employment had grown at a faster clip than in most states, and the value of Wisconsin's publicly...
  • Miss Turkey becomes model case as Erdogan insult trials boom

    ISTANBUL A former Miss World contestant is among the latest targets of prosecution for allegedly insulting Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as a crackdown on criticism extends to individuals on social media. Since Erdogan was elected president in...
  • Elizabeth Warren starts a new project, but few take notice

    On Tuesday afternoon, only 91 people were watching Sen. Elizabeth Warren's YouTube live stream when she asked Jared Bernstein of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities a pointed question about retirement and savings. That's not many viewers, nor was...
  • Eli Lake and Josh Rogin: Obama lowers the bar for Iran nuke deal

    For anyone hoping a nuclear deal with Iran might stop the Tehran government from destabilizing the Middle East or free its political prisoners, the Obama administration has some bad news: It's just an arms control agreement. As details of a proposed pact...
  • Attendees to American Enterprise Institute's world forum revealed

    WASHINGTON Sandwiched between two defining conservative events CPCAC and the Iowa Ag Summit is a less publicized but crucial confab for Republican presidential hopefuls seeking support from well-heeled donors. Held at the remote, luxury Sea Island...
  • Mohamed A. El-Erian: Janet Yellen's 3-part message to Congress

    Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is one of three major central bankers who will appear before their national legislatures this week. In her two-day semi-annual monetary policy testimony that starts today, she will endeavor to deploy a careful mix of...
  • Two princes are rising stars of King Salman's Saudi Arabia

    WASHINGTON When the new Saudi king installed his own team, the most eye-catching appointments involved two princes young enough to be steering the world's biggest oil exporter for decades to come. One is a familiar figure to Saudi Arabia's global allies....