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  • China is Obama's trump card in push for Pacific Rim trade pact

    WASHINGTON — As the White House looks to wrap up years of negotiations on a highly contested Pacific Rim trade pact, administration officials are increasingly casting the agreement as vital to helping the U.S. face its most daunting economic rival:...
  • White House fence jumper pleads guilty to 2 charges

    A knife-carrying Army veteran who scaled a White House fence and dashed into the executive mansion before being caught took a plea deal Friday. Omar Gonzalez, 43, pleaded guilty to two federal charges. Federal sentencing guidelines recommend between 12...
  • Obama tours VA hospital that was site of long waits linked to deaths

    Obama tours VA hospital that was site of long waits linked to deaths
    Almost a year after ordering a massive shake-up of the Veterans Affairs Department, President Obama gave one troubled outpost a once-over Friday to see whether his massive staff housecleaning led to improvements. In a trip to the VA hospital in Phoenix,...
  • From emails to Iran, White House confronts the 2016 world

    President Barack Obama used to say 2012 was his last election. Then, in 2014, he hit the road for some Democrats in friendly states and called it his last campaign. Now, like it or not, he can't shake 2016. Whether it's Hillary Rodham Clinton's emails,...
  • Obama speaks to Afghanistan's leaders ahead of visit

    President Barack Obama spoke to Afghanistan's leaders ahead of their visit to the White House later this month. White House spokesman Eric Schultz says Obama held a videoconference with President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah...
  • Without immediate renewable fuels standard, biodiesel industry faces uncertain future

    The large-scale production of domestic biodiesel should be something President Barack Obama strongly supports, due to his commitment to slowing the pace of climate change and reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. After all, the Environmental Protection...
  • Obama-GOP rift over Iran talks redefines partisan battles

     Obama-GOP rift over Iran talks redefines partisan battles
    President Obama's hope of closing out his second term with legacy-shaping achievements on the world stage has invited the same bitter congressional opposition that has long thwarted his domestic agenda, producing a new power struggle that challenges the...
  • Republicans feeling heat over Iran letter express some regrets

    WASHINGTON At least a few of the U.S. Republican senators feeling the backlash from signing an open letter to Iran's leaders are expressing some second thoughts. Amid mounting criticism from allies, home-state editorial boards and colleagues who opted...
  • Democrats stand by Clinton, but with some reservations

    Democrats closed ranks around Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday after her public explanation of her email practices — yet party officials in important election states appeared resigned to the prospect that her all-but-certain presidential campaign...
  • Analysis: Reluctant warrior Obama wavers as Iran steps up in terror fight

    WASHINGTON Days after Ashton Carter became Defense secretary, he huddled with 30 American diplomats and generals on a U.S. Army base in Kuwait to review President Barack Obama's plan for battling Islamic State. Emerging from the six-hour meeting,...
  • Connecticut Likes Clinton, Q Poll Says; Bush, Walker Top GOP Field

    Connecticut Likes Clinton, Q Poll Says; Bush, Walker Top GOP Field
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have had a pretty rough week otherwise, but she's getting some love from Connecticut. A new Quinnipiac University Poll, released Thursday morning, said "Clinton can just e-mail it in to win Connecticut." " ....