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  • Pugnacious Reid retiring, wants Schumer as Senate Dem leader

    Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, a pugnacious and glamour-averse tactician who united Democrats to help deliver tough victories for President Barack Obama, said Friday he's retiring next year. He immediately endorsed brash New York Sen. Chuck Schumer to...
  • Martin O'Malley makes a case for challenging Hillary

    Martin O'Malley makes a case for challenging Hillary
    Former Baltimore mayor and Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley made the case Sunday for a challenge to Hillary Clinton, from himself or some other Democrat. Appearing on ABC News' "This Week," he deftly avoided any direct criticism of the clear Democratic...
  • In fight against Islamic State, US would be better off without its Arab allies

    In fight against Islamic State, US would be better off without its Arab allies
    U.S. officials continue to insist that our Middle Eastern allies are crucial to the fight against Islamic State and to other Middle Eastern conflicts. But are they? To judge by the chaos their help has created in Syria, we'd be better off without them....
  • Illinois' GOP US senator he'll support Lynch's AG nomination

    Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk of Illinois said Thursday that he'll vote for Loretta Lynch's nomination for attorney general, removing doubts that she'll win confirmation when the Senate votes in coming weeks. Kirk is the fifth GOP senator to announce...
  • Why do people keep talking about getting naked in congressional gyms?

    Why do people keep talking about getting naked in congressional gyms?
    Vice President Joe Biden shared some affectionate reminiscences this week about the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, including a tale in which the senior senator from Massachusetts introduced the then-young pup to the chamber's elder statesmen — in the locker...
  • Q Poll: Jeb slipping, Hillary still unchallenged

    Q Poll: Jeb slipping, Hillary still unchallenged
    Among the presidential prospects with the old national names, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is running away with Democrats' support while former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is losing Republicans' support in Florida and drawing limited support in two...
  • US indicts Sen. Menendez on bribery, other charges

    WASHINGTON A federal grand jury on Wednesday indicted Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey, charging the senior Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with trading political help for assorted benefits from an ambitious Florida eye doctor. The...
  • No nuke agreement yet: Iran talks push past deadline

    No nuke agreement yet: Iran talks push past deadline
    With stubborn disputes unresolved, nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers went past a self-imposed deadline and into overtime as negotiators renewed efforts to hammer out the outline of an agreement. Enough progress had been made to warrant...
  • Iran nuclear talks head into overtime

    Iran nuclear talks head into overtime
    With stubborn disputes unresolved, nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers went past a self-imposed deadline and into overtime as negotiators renewed efforts to hammer out the outline of an agreement. Enough progress had been made to warrant the...
  • President Obama: Politicians should carry themselves more like Ted Kennedy

    President Obama: Politicians should carry themselves more like Ted Kennedy
    President Barack Obama summoned today's quarrelsome political leaders on Monday to emulate the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy in the pursuit of compromise, and said a new institute that bears the longtime Massachusetts senator's name can be as much an...
  • Federal funding in short supply for rural water projects

    A pipeline project intended to bring billions of gallons of water a year to a drought-stricken section of eastern New Mexico represents a lifeline to parched communities that are quickly running out of water. The lifeline, however, might not reach the...