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  • America's absence at Paris rally a mistake

    I wonder how the satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo might lampoon President Barack Obama for not attending Sunday's massive march in Paris, an event that drew as many as 1.5 million people and more than 40 heads of state in a show of unity against...
  • White House admits error: U.S. should have sent high-level official to Paris

    In a rare public admission of error, the White House said Monday the U.S. should have sent a high-level official to an anti-terror march in Paris that was attended by more than 40 world leaders. The Obama administration was represented Sunday by the U....
  • White House erred in skipping Paris rally

    Talk about being tone deaf. The Obama administration spent Monday admitting the error of its ways, saying the United States should have sent a high-level official to the anti-terrorism unity rally in Paris on Sunday, a show of support that attracted...
  • White House: We were wrong on Paris rally

    WASHINGTON Under fire for seemingly snubbing one of its closest allies, the White House conceded Monday that it should have sent a high-ranking U.S. official to Paris over the weekend to demonstrate U.S. support in the wake of last week's terrorist...
  • VP Biden to host prime ministers from Caribbean countries for DC summit on energy security

    Vice President Joe Biden plans to convene heads of state from Caribbean nations in Washington to discuss energy issues. The first Caribbean Energy Security Summit will be held on Jan. 26. Biden's office says prime ministers or cabinet ministers from...
  • White House admits higher-level officials should have gone to Paris

    White House admits higher-level officials should have gone to Paris
    The White House acknowledged Monday that it blundered in not sending a prominent administration official to Sunday’s giant rally in Paris in support of free speech, making a rare admission of a mistake but offering little insight into how it...
  • Je suis désolée: White House apologies for absence at anti-terror rally in Paris

    In a rare admission of error, the White House said Monday that President Barack Obama or another high-level representative should have joined dozens of world leaders at an anti-terror rally in Paris. While leaders from Europe, the Middle East and...
  • Once cautious in promoting the recovery, Obama now a full-throated cheerleader

    A year ago, in a high-profile address, President Barack Obama offered a somber assessment of what ailed the middle class. The economy was not working for everyone, he said, and many Americans had a nagging sense that the deck was stacked against them....
  • Why Jerry Brown will probably never make a fourth try at White House

    Jerry Brown will almost certainly never be president of the United States, a fact that disappoints no one so much as Jerry Brown himself. It's not for lack of trying. California's governor has made three attempts at the White House, the first in 1976,...
  • Obama to continue pre-State of the Union reveal next week with focus on cybersecurity issues

    Continuing the break with State of the Union tradition, President Barack Obama will spend most of the coming week previewing more of the proposals he will outline in the address, including on identity theft, electronic privacy and cybersecurity, the White...
  • Big obstacles await both parties in 2016 race for president

    Twelve months before the voting is set to begin, the 2016 presidential race is shaping up as a fiercely competitive contest driven by two overriding forces that — candidates aside — will go a long way toward deciding the next occupant of the...