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  • Bill Clinton leaves for-profit college position

    NEW YORK Former President Bill Clinton's role at a for-profit higher education company ends Friday, just as his wife has begun questioning some of the industry's practices from the campaign trail. Since 2010, Clinton has been honorary chancellor of...
  • EU considers option of national GMO bans

    BRUSSELS European Union regulators have proposed giving individual EU countries the authority to ban imports of genetically modified food and animal feed, risking a renewed trans-Atlantic trade dispute. The European Commission proposed that EU...
  • Ukraine calls for arms supplies as Russian troops worry NATO

    KIEV, Ukraine Ukraine urged its allies to send it weapons and accused rebels of persistent cease-fire violations as NATO warned about an increase in Russian troop movement both near and across the border. Russia said it was concerned about U.S. plans...
  • President Obama's White House Correspondents' Dinner monologue has a thousand fathers and mothers

    WASHINGTON If there's a comedy equivalent to the "nuclear football," the suitcase with the launch codes, it's a worn gray folder marked "Presidential Statement" that lives in the bowels of the White House, in the speechwriters' suite, and was delivered to...
  • Sheldon Adelson has placed bad bets, but politicians keep calling

    WASHINGTON As Ted Cruz, Rick Perry and Jeb Bush's big brother, former President George W. Bush, head to Las Vegas this weekend for the latest episode in GOP presidential hopefuls' long-running courtship of Sheldon Adelson, it's worth remembering that...
  • Trudeau borrows Obama playbook for Canada election run at Harper

    OTTAWA The chain-link fence running more than a mile along Montreal's L'Acadie Boulevard marks one of the starkest examples of urban segregation in Canada. On the west side of the fence is the leafy suburban Town of Mount-Royal and its million-dollar...
  • GOP governors may pay price for refusing to expand Medicaid under Obamacare

    NEW YORK In 2012, the Supreme Court ruled that the federal government couldn't force states to expand eligibility for their Medicaid programs under the Affordable Care Act. Since then, the Obama administration has looked for ways to persuade Republicans...
  • Rand Paul accepts award, argues with Lindsey Graham again

    Just a few hours after Lindsey Graham finished arguing (in absentia) with Rand Paul, the Kentucky senator walked to a podium not far from the Capitol, to receive an award. Paul was one of three recipients of The Constitution Project's Constitutional...
  • Sen. Ted Cruz introduces bills to stop gay marriage

    WASHINGTON Days before the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on same-sex marriage, Sen. Ted Cruz has filed two bills to protect states that bar gay couples from marrying. Cruz's legislation would establish a constitutional amendment shielding states...
  • Reports say Comcast plans to drop $45B Time Warner Cable bid

    Comcast is abandoning its $45.2 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable, according to media reports. Bloomberg News and The New York Times both said Thursday that the cable company is planning to drop the bid after pushback from regulators. They both cited...
  • House GOP claims to have 'balanced the budget' already

    WASHINGTON In a new promotional image celebrating its first 100 days in power, the Republican leadership of the House of Representatives puts a happy green check mark next to something that hasn't really happened. To buttress some articles about how...