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  • U.S. turns inward, 49 pct: 'Mind own biz'

     
    by Mark Silva While President Obama seeks "a new era of engagement'' with the rest of the world, Americans are showing less interest in reaching outward than they have in a long time. "For the first time in more than......
  • Getting elementary on Colombia trade

     
    by Frank James The disagreement between the Bush Administration and congressional Democrats over the Colombia free trade agreement (the administration is for, many Democrats in Congress are against) has reached the he-started-it-first stage. This morning,...
  • McCain: Hits Obama on Cuba, Colombia

     
    After five days of battling over meeting with Iran's leader, McCain today targets Obama for his (and Clinton's) opposition to a trade pact with Colombia and his willingness to meet with Cuba's leaders: "These steps would send the worst......
  • Bush: U.S. 'turning inward,' world wary

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush, who talks to a lot of world leaders, says they are "amazed and, two, very concerned that the United States is turning inward.'' In an interview of Bush by FOX Business Network's Neil Cavuto that......
  • Bush: 'Congress has failed to act'

     
    by Mark Silva "Congress has failed to act.'' That's President Bush's assessment across a broad array of issues awaiting the return of the Congress from recess next week. Be it war funding, or the Colombia Free Trade Agreement or a......
  • McCain and the Colombian hostage rescue

     
    by Frank James Sen. John McCain certainly had great timing to be in Latin America at the same time that the Colombian military launched its daring rescue mission which liberated former Colombian presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt and three U.S....
  • Dems: McCain wrong on Colombia

     
    As John McCain heads to South America to demonstrate his support a free trade agreement with Colombia, Democrats are trying to make him look bad by linking him to unsavory aspects of the country's recent history....
  • McCain heads down to Latin America

     
    by Deborah Bonello Republican presumptive presidential nominee Sen. John McCain, who over the weekend went head to head with Democratic rival Barack Obama over the issue of immigration, heads down to Latin America today in a tour expected to include......
  • Bush to attend Beijing Olympic opener

     
    by Frank James In the time-honored Washington tradition of waiting until the last minute before a weekend or holiday to drop controversial news, the White House waited until the eve of the Independence Day holiday to announce that President Bush......
  • McCain wrapping up Latin America trip

     
    by Katie Fretland Sen. John McCain is in Mexico's capital today to meet with President Felipe Calderon. The presumptive Republican nominee for president planned to highlight immigration and trade issues during the meeting. First, he planned to visit the...
  • Economy's job losses meet expectations

     
    by Frank James It was a bad news, good news morning for economy watchers. The bad news was that the economy shed 62,000 jobs in June, the sixth straight month in which employers cut their payrolls. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate......