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  • 'Veep' entertains, but doesn't hold mirror to reality of office

    WASHINGTON -- Once again, the standing political joke about the irrelevance and incompetence of the American vice president is enjoying a rerun, this time on cable television. In the new HBO comedy series, Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Elaine of "Seinfeld" fame)...
  • The flimsy case against Thomas Perez

    The flimsy case against Thomas Perez
    Just as they did when Thomas E. Perez was nominated to head the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, Republicans are seeking to hold up his confirmation to head the U.S. Department of Labor, using any excuse they can think up, no matter how flimsy....
  • Shifting party fortunes is nothing new

    Shifting party fortunes is nothing new
    Is the Republican Party toast? You would think so, listening to the political analysts and strategists, including those who prepared a harshly critical self-appraisal for the Republican National Committee. The contention that the GOP should be changed to...
  • Return of the real Obama

    Return of the real Obama
    WASHINGTON -- The rout was complete, the retreat disorderly. President Obama got his tax hikes -- naked of spending cuts -- passed by the ostensibly Republican House of Representatives. After which, you might expect him to pivot to his self-proclaimed...
  • Fiscal cliff agreement marks return of the real Obama

    Fiscal cliff agreement marks return of the real Obama
    WASHINGTON - The rout was complete, the retreat disorderly. President Barack Obama got his tax hikes -- naked of spending cuts -- passed by the ostensibly Republican House of Representatives. After which, you might expect him to pivot to his self-...
  • John Kerry's second act

    WASHINGTON -- Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts, named by President Obama to be his next secretary of state, could have been a character out of F. Scott Fitzgerald: a Yale man, tall, handsome, aristocratic, the son of a foreign service officer, married...
  • Romney's uncertain legacy

    WASHINGTON -- As if Mitt Romney's defeat weren't a cross enough to bear, the kind of campaign he ran could make him uniquely a man on the outside of his party looking in. His chameleon-like shades of Republicanism -- he presented himself as "severely...
  • Mitt Romney has no future in the GOP

    Mitt Romney has no future in the GOP
    As if Mitt Romney's defeat weren't a cross enough to bear, the kind of campaign he ran could make him uniquely a man on the outside of his party looking in. His chameleon-like shades of Republicanism — he presented himself as "severely...
  • The main event

    Mitt Romney's main advantage in his first debate with President Obama on Wednesday may be that the president will be speaking without a teleprompter. His second advantage is the president's record and how he has failed to fulfill many of his promises....
  • Geraldine Ferraro dies at 75; shattered political barrier for women as vice presidential nominee in 1984

    Geraldine Ferraro dies at 75; shattered political barrier for women as vice presidential nominee in 1984
    Geraldine A. Ferraro, the savvy New York Democrat who was embraced as a symbol of women's equality in 1984 when she became the first woman nominated for vice president by a major party, died Saturday at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She was...
  • Edwin Newman dies at 91; NBC news reporter and commentator

    Edwin Newman dies at 91; NBC news reporter and commentator
    Edwin Newman, known to several generations of television viewers as the dry-witted NBC reporter and commentator who covered coronations and assassinations and wrote two bestselling books on Americans' mangling of the English language, has died. He was 91....