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  • Correction: Obama-After White House story

    In a story May 16 about President Barack Obama's plans after he leaves the White House, The Associated Press reported erroneously that George H.W. Bush's presidential library is in Houston. The library is in College Station, Texas. A corrected version of...
  • The end of 'voodoo'? GOP changes Reagan approach to tax cuts

    WASHINGTON George H.W. Bush famously called it voodoo economics. Ronald Reagan called it a winner and took the White House in a landslide, and it's been a mainstay of Republican fiscal policy ever since. Until now. "It" is the tenet that cutting...
  • Jacksonville mayoral race draws national political interest

    There's a reason why the Jacksonville mayoral race is drawing the attention of outsiders like former President Bill Clinton, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former Gov. Jeb Bush and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and it's about more than who wins on Tuesday. It's...
  • Jeb Bush's tough week exposes challenges for his likely 2016 bid

    Jeb Bush's tough week exposes challenges for his likely 2016 bid
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Jeb Bush worked his way through the dim hallway of an Arizona resort for hours, shuttling from room to room and meeting with dozens of Republican officials, many for the first time. He was in need of a political reset. For...
  • Bush's tough week exposes challenges for his likely 2016 bid

    Jeb Bush worked his way through the dim hallway of an Arizona resort for hours, shuttling from room to room and meeting with dozens of Republican officials, many for the first time. He was in need of a political reset. For days, he had offered confusing...
  • Why Obama cares about the U.K. elections

    WASHINGTON The White House doesn't get involved in other countries' elections. President Barack Obama has said so himself, and he and his team take care to avoid any appearance of meddling. That said, the folks at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, from the...
  • Why Obama should have come to Baltimore, not David Letterman's couch

    Why Obama should have come to Baltimore, not David Letterman's couch
    Am I the only person who thinks there is something wrong with President Obama going on David Letterman Monday to talk about the riots in Baltimore, but not coming to the city less than 50 miles away from the White House one day last week? I vowed I...
  • The road through Baltimore

    The road through Baltimore
    In the growing field of presidential contenders, Martin O'Malley has been treated often as a punch line — even President Barack Obama recently got into the act joking that the former Maryland governor could go undetected at his own fundraiser. But...
  • Senate sets test vote on Iran sanctions bill

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell set a test vote for Thursday on stalled bipartisan legislation to let Congress review and possibly reject any agreement the Obama administration makes to ease sanctions on Iran in exchange for concessions on...
  • Senate adopts GOP budget targeting 'Obamacare'

    Senate adopts GOP budget targeting 'Obamacare'
    Senate Republicans celebrated on Tuesday after passing the first joint budget resolution in more than five years, but that success is just the start of the much more difficult task of funding the government. Republicans said the next step will be for...
  • Md.'s Tubman wins ballot for place on $20 bill

    Md.'s Tubman wins ballot for place on $20 bill
    Voters have spoken, and Maryland's own Harriet Tubman,who led slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad, should replace President Andrew Jackson as the face of the $20 bill. The organization Women on 20s conducted the online campaign to get a woman'...