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  • White House pans report on Colombia prostitution scandal

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House has dismissed a report implicating a White House advance team member in a 2012 Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia and denied allegations the team member's involvement had been covered up. The White...
  • O'Hare among five U.S. airports to beef up screening for Ebola

    O'Hare among five U.S. airports to beef up screening for Ebola
    Stepping up efforts to stop the Ebola epidemic from spreading widely in the United States, federal authorities and officials in Chicago on Wednesday announced preventive measures that will include more intense health screening for airline passengers...
  • Biden can not resist speaking the truth [Commentary]

    Biden can not resist speaking the truth [Commentary]
    Most of the pundit class sees Vice-President Joe Biden as the king of gaffes. The man commits verbal faux pas with regularity, much to the chagrin of White House spinmeisters desperate to deliver a unified message. Like a bad Catholic in a confessional,...
  • Did she vote for Obama? Kentucky Senate candidate still won't say

    Alison Lundergan Grimes wants Kentuckians' vote this November. Just don't ask her about her own. The question of how the Democrat voted in the 2012 presidential race has vexed Lundergan Grimes since she awkwardly and repeatedly avoided answering it last...
  • Kurds hanging on in Kobani as Islamic State presses offensive

    ISTANBUL Islamic State militants have captured about one-third of the city of Kobani in the last 24 hours, but Kurdish defenders are fighting fiercely to prevent their advance, Syrian opposition activists said Thursday. Islamic State forces captured a...
  • Why Republicans must win the Senate in 2014

    If next month produces a big Republican year, with the GOP gaining control of the Senate and expanding its majority in the House, it will say little or nothing about 2016, when a presidential electorate and a very different Senate class combine to...
  • Mitt in 2016 highly unlikely, Ann Romney says: report

    (Reuters) - The wife of 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said he is strongly disinclined to mount a bid for the White House in 2016 but stopped short of ruling it out, the Los Angeles Times reported. "Done," the newspaper quoted Ann...
  • Jury may be deadlocked on one of three counts in Zimbabwe lobbying trial

    Jury may be deadlocked on one of three counts in Zimbabwe lobbying trial
    A federal jury deciding the fate a South Side man charged with illegally lobbying on behalf of top Zimbabwe government officials will return for a third day of deliberations Friday after indicating they may be deadlocked on one of three counts. C....
  • Prominent challenger turns Colorado Senate race into a nail-biter

    DENVER (Reuters) - What was once a "fly-over" Senate race in Colorado has become one of the nation's most closely watched contests, with a young Republican congressman who is leaving a safe seat in the U.S. House fiercely attacking Democratic incumbent...
  • Obama, Hollande discuss need for Ebola treatment centers

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama spoke with French President Francois Hollande on Monday about the urgent need to establish treatment centers for the Ebola outbreak in affected African nations, the White House said. (Reporting by Roberta...
  • Pols trade blame for Ebola, but both parties cut budgets for health

    WASHINGTON The political blame game over the deadly Ebola virus is in full swing just weeks before the November elections with each side ignoring the facts. Several Republicans, including House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, contend that President...