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  • Hillary Clinton launches second bid for White House

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton officially launched her long-expected campaign for the White House Sunday, attempting for a second time to become the first female president in the nation's history. "I'm running for president," Clinton said in a video posted...
  • Obama-Castro meeting overshadows anti-US line at summit

    As usual when Latin America's leftist leaders get together with U.S. officials, there were plenty of swipes at the U.S. during the seventh Summit of the Americas. From 19th century territorial raids on Mexico to U.S. support for the overthrow of Chile'...
  • Hillary Clinton starts presidential campaign

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton launched her long-expected campaign for the White House Sunday, attempting for a second time to become the first female president in the nation's history. "I'm running for president," Clinton said in a video posted on her new...
  • The Americas neighborhood: A look at summit players

    When President Barack Obama meets with other leaders of the Americas he will encounter a charged environment full of factions, some allied with him, some arrayed against the U.S. and most trying to secure an economic future amid diminishing resources....
  • Obama meets Venezuela's president on sidelines of summit

    President Barack Obama met privately with his Venezuelan counterpart Saturday amid a bitter dispute between the two nations over recent U.S. sanctions on seven senior Venezuelan officials. The meeting between Obama and President Nicolas Maduro took place...
  • Latest on Americas Summit: Summit wraps up 5 hours late

    9:40 p.m. (0240 GMT, 10:40 p.m. EDT) Cheers have broken out in the media center of the Summit Americas after Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela declared the gathering over. Saturday's conference was a marathon session that ran about five hours over...
  • Lincoln's assassination stunned a nation

    Lincoln's assassination stunned a nation
    When President Abraham Lincoln took his wife, Mary, on a carriage ride April 14, 1865, the first lady said she could scarcely remember seeing him so lighthearted as he was on that Good Friday. "We must both be more cheerful in the future," Lincoln...
  • Obama, Cuba's Castro vow to 'turn page' on bitter history

    PANAMA CITY President Barack Obama met privately with Cuban leader Raul Castro Saturday, ending more than half a century of U.S. diplomatic attempts to isolate Cuba and cast it as a pariah state. "This is obviously an historic meeting," Obama said as the...
  • Obamas pay effective federal tax rate of nearly 20 percent

    President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, paid more than $93,000 in federal taxes last year on an adjusted gross income of more than $477,000. Their effective tax rate was 19.6 percent. The Obamas lowered their 2014 tax bill by claiming nearly $160,...
  • 'Lincoln never dies' - finding his resonance 150 years later

    In the oak-paneled hush of the reading room overlooking Pennsylvania Avenue, Karen Needles mostly works alone — but always in good company. Five mornings a week, Needles signs in at the National Archives, often wearing an Abraham Lincoln T-shirt,...
  • Latest on Americas Summit: Obama misses out on group photo

    10:50 p.m. (0350 GMT, 11:50 p.m. EDT) Leaders at the Summit of the Americas gathered for a group photo after wrapping up public activities for the day. Well, most of them anyway. The summit's Panamanian hosts invited all heads of state to ride...