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  • Who needs an Ebola Czar?

    Who needs an Ebola Czar?
    "Rabbi, is there a proper blessing for the czar?" He thinks for a moment and responds: "May God bless and keep the czar ... far away from us!" -- "Fiddler on the Roof" Today, "czar" is a term encouraged by the media to describe one who oversees a...
  • As a doctor fights Ebola, a nurse beats the deadly virus

    WASHINGTON The dangers confronting health care workers who treat Ebola patients took center stage Friday in the nation's capital and in America's largest city. While doctors in New York City closely monitored the condition of Dr. Craig Spencer, the...
  • Bel Air man allegedly scaled White House fence, said he wanted to speak to president

    Bel Air man allegedly scaled White House fence, said he wanted to speak to president
    A Bel Air man who in July tried to breach the White House grounds returned Wednesday and this time scaled the fence, saying he felt "targeted" by the government and wanted to talk to President Barack Obama, according to court documents. Dominic...
  • Remembering Ben Bradlee

    The following editorial appeared in the Dallas Morning News on Thursday, Oct. 23: The name Ben Bradlee elicited sharp emotions for anyone who crossed paths with the Washington Post executive editor during his 1968-91 tenure. Fear and loathing...
  • Hatchet job: Roger Stone's edgy takes on history and politics

    MIAMI Everything you know is wrong. At least when it comes to two of the most notorious chapters of 20th century American history the Kennedy assassination and Watergate. President John Kennedy was murdered not by Lee Harvey Oswald but a serial killer...
  • Dallas nurses free of Ebola virus

    DALLAS Nina Pham, the Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas nurse diagnosed with Ebola, is now "virus-free," according to the National Institutes of Health in Maryland. And officials also confirm that her colleague Amber Vinson has also tested free of the...
  • While her husband is shunned, Michelle Obama hits campaign trail

    DENVER Michelle Obama goes where her husband dare not tread in these last days before the midterm elections. Few Democrats this year want President Barack Obama to come campaign for them, as his approval ratings have sunk. Many in close contests,...
  • Secret Service dogs hailed as heroes at White House

    WASHINGTON Hurricane and Jordan, a pair of Secret Service dogs who were injured as they helped take down a White House fence jumper, got the all-clear to return to duty Thursday and quickly became stars for the beleaguered agency. White House press...
  • Man charged with jumping White House fence; it's not his first time

    Man charged with jumping White House fence; it's not his first time
    The man accused of jumping the White House fence Wednesday eveningĀ and being stopped by a K-9 unit was charged Thursday with two misdemeanors, and he also faces charges alleging he tried to break into the White House complex and the Treasury in July....
  • Obama administration officials detail obstacles to Islamic State campaign

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration on Thursday offered a very mixed assessment of progress in the U.S.-led campaign to degrade and defeat the Islamic State, with no serious ground offensive against the militant group likely for at least a year and little...
  • Secret Service veteran discusses agency's troubles

    Secret Service veteran discusses agency's troubles
    With the U.S. Secret Service being ripped apart in Washington over a series of unforgivable security lapses protecting President Barack Obama, there was one man I wanted to talk to. Not some policy wonk or some bureaucrat good at meetings and office...