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  • Benghazi and the Obama, O.J. Simpson connection

    Benghazi and the Obama, O.J. Simpson connection
    When I learned that U.S. military commandos had apprehended one of the suspected ringleaders of the terrorist attack on our diplomatic compound in Benghazi, my first thought was: What are you up to, Obama? Clearly I wasn't alone in that thinking. News...
  • Can Bobby Shriver reboot his campaign?

    Can Bobby Shriver reboot his campaign?
    In politics, there are few positions that are simultaneously more desirable and more vulnerable than that of the “inevitable” candidate. Candidates seen as near-certain winners have an easier time raising money, because donors want to...
  • Resentment behind the waning patriotism of liberal Americans

    You wouldn't think, five years into the Obama presidency, that so many liberal Americans wouldn't like America. A new Pew survey found that 44 percent of Americans don't often feel pride in being an American, and only 28 percent said that America is...
  • Alemania insta a que EEUU explique un presunto caso de "doble agente"

    BERLÍN (Reuters) - El Gobierno alemán quiere una explicación clara y rápida de Washington por el aparente contacto de la inteligencia estadounidense con un alemán detenido la semana pasada por sospechas de ser un doble agente, dijo el ministro del...
  • Review: 'The Smithsonian First Ladies Collection' by Lisa Kathleen Graddy and Amy Pastan

    Review: 'The Smithsonian First Ladies Collection' by Lisa Kathleen Graddy and Amy Pastan
    "First Lady" was a term Jacqueline Kennedy disliked, or so daughter Caroline once recalled, because it sounded so like a racehorse. Mrs. Kennedy, as she preferred to be called, had a point: The president's official hostess — be it wife, niece,...
  • Murrieta protests return immigration issue to forefront of state politics

    Murrieta protests return immigration issue to forefront of state politics
    When rancorous protests over illegal immigration erupted in Murrieta this week, forcing the retreat of buses carrying women and children who had entered the nation illegally, they pushed to the forefront a onetime potent political issue in California that...
  • Greta Van Susteren presents 'Marine Held in Mexico'

    Greta Van Susteren presents 'Marine Held in Mexico'
    Greta Van Susteren continues her extensive coverage of Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi with the special "Wrong Turn: Marine Held in Mexico." The hour program airs at 7 p.m. Friday on Fox News Channel. Sgt. Tahmooressi has been held in Mexico for three...
  • Barack Obama is a generic Democratic president

    Barack Obama is a generic Democratic president
    The Quinnipiac poll getting buzz this week may be worthless, but the general topic of evaluating Barack Obama is another opportunity to make an important point: almost everything about Obama's presidency can be explained by saying he’s a...
  • GOP makes huge mistake on immigration reform

    GOP makes huge mistake on immigration reform
    On April 2, I went to the floor of the House of Representatives to tell my Republican colleagues they had three months to act on immigration reform before the Independence Day recess. I returned to the floor almost every week since, counting down to...
  • Ann McFeatters: Political emails unrelenting

    WASHINGTON Perhaps, like mine, your inbox is being flooded with emails from Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Michelle Obama. President Obama usually says "hey" or "Ann" or "So, Ann." Biden says "Here's the thing, Ann." And Mrs. Obama (Michelle) says "Hi" or...
  • Without even running, Hillary Clinton achieves an Iowa victory

    Hillary Rodham Clinton has yet to announce her intentions regarding 2016, much less whether she would compete in Iowa, which traditionally votes first in the presidential campaign. But she can already claim a victory of sorts, as Iowa Democrats weigh...