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  • New transport security chief helped wrestle BP's oil spill

    WASHINGTON A man once charged with helping provide relief after the nation's worst marine oil spill is about to tackle a new daunting task: leading the sprawling and often criticized Transportation Security Administration. U.S. Coast Guard Vice Admiral...
  • Confederate flag should not fly at South Carolina Capitol

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors: South Carolina has scheduled another debate over the fate of the Confederate battle flag. This time it can't be allowed to end in an unsatisfying compromise: The flag has no place flying on...
  • California climate plan has inland condemning coastal elitism

    The way inland California lawmakers see it, the only benefit to their constituents from Gov. Jerry Brown's expansion of carbon pollution laws will be cleaner air to breathe as they wait at the unemployment office. Brown and other Democrats are pushing...
  • Budget brawl gives Ted Cruz, Rand Paul a chance to break out

    WASHINGTON Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have created national profiles by picking fights in the U.S. Senate, and the two Republican presidential rivals will soon have a chance to engage in another, as they oppose efforts to roll back automatic spending cuts...
  • Albert R. Hunt: All presidential candidates should be in debates

    In late 2011, during the planning for one of the debates of Republican presidential candidates, questions were raised about whether the eight-person field would be too unwieldy for television. One suggestion was to drop the low man in the polls, former...
  • Why Ted Cruz isn't giving up the gay marriage fight

    The Republican Party is hoping that a Supreme Court ruling before month's end will close a chapter in American politics that has caught much of the party between evangelicals who emphatically opposes gay marriage and many voters who are supportive of...
  • Hospital chains can't move home-state Republicans on Obamacare

    Conventional wisdom says big corporations that employ lots of people in a state generally call the shots with local politicians, especially when those corporations are the source of major campaign contributions. But that's not the case in Tennessee. At...
  • Big spending on border patrol boosts economy for small Texas town

    AUSTIN, Texas In Rio Grande City, named for the river that splits the U.S. from Mexico, footpaths cut from the brush by drug-smugglers and illegal immigrants have a new look, rehabbed into family-friendly hike-and-bike trails. The town of 14,000, seat of...
  • Obama said to ease prosecution threat over ransom for hostages

    WASHINGTON The U.S. will no longer threaten families of hostages with prosecution if they negotiate a ransom with extremists, under a revised policy for dealing with American captives, two U.S. officials said. While the U.S. continues to officially...
  • Stephen Carter: Confederate flags and the Citizens United effect

    After the Charleston, S.C., massacre, heads of companies from Apple to Salesforce.com to Airbnb have called for the retiring of the Confederate battle flag that now flies over a memorial near the South Carolina state capitol. I think that's grand. The...
  • Jonathan Bernstein: Republicans show they're waking up to racism

    The new Republican position on the Confederate battle flag may be more of a change than most people and perhaps even the Republicans themselves realize. Efforts to remove Confederate symbols seem to be gathering steam, moving beyond South Carolina. Sen....