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  • Senate puts trade bill back on track

    In a burst of bipartisanship, the Republican-controlled Senate put President Barack Obama's trade agenda back on course Thursday, clearing the way for likely approval within days of legislation allowing the administration to negotiate global deals that...
  • ABC's Stephanopoulos under fire for failing to disclose donations

    ABC's Stephanopoulos under fire for failing to disclose donations
    Brian Williams has some company in the news anchor hot seat. George Stephanopoulos, co-anchor of ABC's "Good Morning America," came under fire Thursday for failing to disclose $75,000 in contributions he made to the Clinton Foundation, the charitable...
  • Persian Gulf leaders' summit with Obama yields no bold results

    Persian Gulf leaders' summit with Obama yields no bold results
    President Obama and Arab leaders on Thursday agreed to several tactical steps toward strengthening Middle East security but stopped short of a bold new agreement to confront the region’s chaos. The summit at the Camp David presidential retreat,...
  • How not to win friends and influence people

    Sitting across the table in my radio studio, California Congressman John Garamendi grabbed his head in disbelief when I asked him about the Trans-Pacific Partnership: "What's the president doing?" It's the same reaction I've received from many...
  • McCain says Congress should vote on specific Guantanamo-to-US plan

    Republican Sen. John McCain said Thursday that he supports closing the prison at Guantanamo by housing detainees at a Defense Department facility in the United States but that President Barack Obama has to first present a "comprehensive plan" for...
  • Obama turns to seldom-visited Camp David for Gulf talks

    CAMP DAVID, Md. He rarely comes here himself. But President Barack Obama chose to meet Thursday with representatives from the Mideast at Camp David, a place where presidents come to relax and sometimes get their peers to do business in the tranquil...
  • Super PACs rise in influence in 2016 campaign

    When Hillary Rodham Clinton takes the stage at fundraisers thrown by a group that wants to elect her president, she's not presented as a White House candidate. She's a "special guest." When Jeb Bush raises money for a group preparing to run major parts...
  • For half a sentence, Jeb Bush is an official 2016 candidate

    For half a sentence, Jeb Bush is an official 2016 candidate
    RENO, Nev. — Over and over again, Jeb Bush has said he's still thinking about whether to run for president. But for half a sentence Wednesday, Bush let on it's a decision he's already made. And he's in the race for the White House. Talking...
  • For half a sentence, Bush is an official 2016 candidate

    Over and over again, Jeb Bush has said he's still thinking about whether to run for president. But for half a sentence Wednesday, Bush let on it's a decision he's already made. And he's in the race for the White House. Talking with reporters after a...
  • Senate agrees to open debate on Obama's trade agenda

    Senators reached a deal Wednesday to move forward on President Barack Obama's trade agenda only one day after Democrats embarrassed him by blocking it. Lawmakers said roughly a dozen Senate Democrats agreed to let full-blown debate begin after both...
  • Kerry heads to Russia in first visit since Ukraine crisis

    Secretary of State John Kerry departed Monday for Russia to meet with President Vladimir Putin, on his first visit to the country since relations between Washington and Moscow plummeted to post-Cold War lows amid disagreements over Ukraine and Syria. The...