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  • Prospect of tighter White House security touches nerve in Washington

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The prospect of more of the U.S. capital being closed off after an intruder got into the White House has struck a nerve in Washington over public space being eroded by barricades and bollards. The possible tightening of security...
  • Next U.S. attorney general faces daunting national security challenges

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - At a time when heightened fears of government surveillance coincide with growing anxiety about global terrorism, the next top U.S. law-enforcement officer will face daunting challenges to balance protection of Americans' security...
  • Eric Holder's mixed legacy

    Eric Holder's mixed legacy
    Departing Attorney General Eric Holder deserves cheers for his stance on civil rights, but bemused jeers for his assaults on civil liberties. Holder may well be remembered as a leading advocate for both human rights and for the advancement of government...
  • American pastor marks 2nd year in Iranian prison

    WASHINGTON Under a dark and cloudy sky, Naghmeh Abedini, of Meridian, Idaho, stood before hundreds of people gathered in a park near the White House. She held in her hand a birthday letter to her daughter. With tears in her eyes, Abedini read the letter,...
  • Clarence Page: Race relations worse since Obama's election

    Whatever happened to "Obamamania?" Recent polls suggest that race relations have gotten worse since President Barack Obama's 2008 election — or, at least, that more of us Americans think they have. It didn't help anybody's feeling of sunny...
  • Indian leader's fast is etiquette question for dinner at White House

    Indian leader's fast is etiquette question for dinner at White House
    White House visits from foreign leaders regularly bring up delicate questions of etiquette and protocol. Just in the past year, a small team of experts at the White House has had to figure out whom to seat next to the newly single French president, for...
  • Dana Milbank: Liberals cool on Obama, but he's the lesser evil

    Dana Milbank: Liberals cool on Obama,  but he's the lesser evil
    WASHINGTON — The anti-Obama left was out in force. All 22 of them. As the president stood on the South Lawn to announce the bombing campaign in Syria, liberal demonstrators gathered on Pennsylvania Avenue on the other side of the White House to...
  • US combat role in Iraq not off table, Gen. Dempsey says

    WASHINGTON The nation's top military commander refused Friday to back off his controversial stance in Senate testimony that he would recommend committing U.S. troops to combat in Iraq if he believed they were needed to help defeat Islamic State militants....
  • Europeans say US never briefed them on plot by al-Qaida group

    IRBIL, Iraq European counterterrorism specialists say their American counterparts never mentioned an imminent plot by al-Qaida operatives in Syria to attack Western targets and didn't brief them on the group that's supposedly behind the plan, a previously...
  • U.S. expects Afghan president-elect to sign agreement soon: White House

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States expects Afghan President-elect Ashraf Ghani to sign a bilateral security agreement promptly after his inauguration, White House Spokesman Josh Earnest said on Friday. Earnest did not specify exactly when Ghani...
  • Obama, Netanyahu to meet at White House next week

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a meeting on Wednesday to discuss Israel's relationship with the Palestinians, the situation in Gaza, Iran nuclear talks, and the fight against Islamic...