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  • Secular de Blasio sows confusion as New York pre-K allows prayer

    NEW YORK For someone unaffiliated with any church, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has become an unlikely advocate for the religious, from supporting the right of Orthodox Jews to use oral suction during circumcision to closing schools on Muslim holidays....
  • Obama takes aim at Republican budget plan in Cleveland visit

    President Barack Obama criticized the House Republican budget proposal during a visit to Cleveland on Wednesday, mocking their fiscal plans as "a path to prosperity for those who have already prospered." Obama said the U.S. recovery from the depths of...
  • Scott Walker's consultant debacle says plenty about the fight for Iowa

    WASHINGTON Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's hiring of Liz Mair, a respected Republican political strategist and pundit, was problematic from the start. On Monday evening, just hours after CNN reported that she'd joined the team, conservatives and pesky...
  • Democrats see new 'war on women' in human trafficking, Loretta Lynch fights

    WASHINGTON First, Senate Democratic Whip Dick Durbin accused Republicans of blocking an "important civil rights milestone" when they delayed the confirmation of Loretta Lynch for attorney general. Later, on the Senate floor, Durbin accused Republicans of...
  • Threats against U.S. Ambassador Caroline Kennedy probed in Japan

    WASHINGTON The U.S. State Department is working with Japanese authorities after death threats against Ambassador Caroline Kennedy were phoned into the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo. "We take any threats to U.S. diplomats seriously," Jen Psaki, State Department...
  • Report: Obama administration worse than ever on Freedom of Information requests

    The Obama administration continued its less than stellar transparency record in 2014, breaking the previousyear's record for denying and censoring requests under the Freedom of Information Act, according to a new analysis of the administration's FOIA data...
  • Oklahoma hiring freeze shows no letup in oil states' fiscal pain

    Oklahoma, the fifth-largest oil-producing state, froze hiring and salaries and is considering tapping reserves with crude prices down almost 60 percent since June. Revenue projections dwindled by more than $300 million from December to February, more...
  • Hillary Clinton starts tweeting up a political storm, but supporters want more

    Hillary Clinton is testing the waters on Twitter, increasingly turning to the social networking site to inject herself into the daily political conversation as she prepares to launch her all-but-certain presidential campaign in the coming weeks. It's...
  • Kasich pops up in places vital to 2016 race he hasn't yet joined

    COLUMBUS, Ohio While Ohio Gov. John Kasich decides whether to run for president, he's been to nine states to push for a federal balanced-budget amendment. He went to Washington, D.C., for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress. He'...
  • US Navy urges joint Southeast Asia patrols of South China Sea

    SINGAPORE The commander of the U.S. Navy Seventh Fleet called on Southeast Asian nations to form a combined maritime force to patrol areas of the South China Sea where territorial tensions flare with China. Countries could streamline cooperation on...
  • Cheney says Obama and Holder have 'played the race card'

    Former Vice President Dick Cheney continues to play his cards against President Barack Obama. One of the president's fiercest antagonists over the past six years, Cheney added more fuel to the rhetorical fire this week in an interview with Playboy...