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  • White House, Illinois senators join in on Blackhawks celebrations

    White House, Illinois senators join in on Blackhawks celebrations
    The Blackhawks' Stanley Cup win drew a congratulatory call from President Barack Obama to team officials and a resolution introduced in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday. The White House announced that Obama put a call in to three pillars of the team: coach...
  • 'We as a country will have to reckon': Obama echoes gun violence worries

    'We as a country will have to reckon': Obama echoes gun violence worries
    Addressing the shooting deaths at a black church in Charleston, S.C., President Obama condemned the politics surrounding gun control legislation and called for Americans to do something about gun violence.  It’s a call he’s made before....
  • Christie, Santorum pitch Republicans in Philadelphia

    PHILADELPHIA New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tried Friday to win over Republican activists gathered in Philadelphia, casting himself as a terrorism fighter who wouldn't shy from blunt talk in a run for the White House. Christie emphasized his background...
  • Obama: U.S. must face up to the kind of violence that happened in Charleston

    Obama: U.S. must face up to the kind of violence that happened in Charleston
    At a town hall meeting in South Carolina this year, President Obama looked back on the most difficult moment of his presidency — the shooting deaths of 20 children and six educators in the Newtown school massacre in Connecticut — and expressed...
  • Obama, South Korean president agree to reschedule her visit

    President Barack Obama has told South Korea's president he understands her decision to postpone a White House visit set for next week. President Park Geun-hye (goon-hay) has decided to stay home to focus on an outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome...
  • Obama offers $110 million to aid drought-stricken states

    WASHINGTON The White House expanded drought assistance to California and other western states on Friday with $110 million in new grants to aid farmers and communities. Officials from seven states, including California Gov. Jerry Brown, participated in an...
  • House rejects Obama's appeals and imperils his trade bill

    Led by union-backed Democrats, the House delivered a stinging blow to President Barack Obama on Friday and left his ambitious global trade agenda in serious doubt. Republican leaders, who generally support Obama's trade objectives, signaled they might...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EDT

    Police chief: Multiple suspects suspected of opening fire on officers outside Dallas police HQ Authorities say multiple suspects using automatic weapons opened fire on officers outside Dallas Police headquarters, before one man fled the scene in what...
  • The Latest: Clinton urges house party guests to sign up

    Democratic presidential campaigns are making their appeals to voters in three different states. Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks in New York and Iowa, Bernie Sanders makes his push in Iowa, and Martin O'Malley appeals for support in New Hampshire. The latest...
  • It's easier to run as a woman now, Hillary Clinton says, thanks in part to Hollywood

    It's easier to run as a woman now, Hillary Clinton says, thanks in part to Hollywood
    Hillary Rodham Clinton says running for president as a woman is unquestionably easier now than during her last White House bid — and Hollywood gets part of the credit. Clinton spoke candidly about the obstacles she has had to overcome in her bid...
  • Jeb won't be handed GOP nomination

    Jeb won't be handed GOP nomination
    One thing has changed greatly since Jeb Bush announced six months ago that he was considering a run for the Republican presidential nomination. The aura of inevitability surrounding Bush, who officially announced his candidacy in Miami on Monday, is...