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  • Obama pledges more humanitarian aid to visiting Iraqi premier

    President Obama announced $200 million in additional humanitarian aid to Iraq on Tuesday but was noncommittal on the request from visiting Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi for more sophisticated weapons to fight Islamic State militants. Obama said...
  • Democrats still like Clinton, Republicans satisfied with their field, poll finds

    Democrats still like Clinton, Republicans satisfied with their field, poll finds
    Republicans have a boatload of presidential candidates, and Democrats have one clear front-runner, but in both parties most voters seem satisfied with their choices so far, a new poll indicates. The latest survey by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center...
  • Sen. Bernie Sanders launches presidential campaign focusing on inequality

    Sen. Bernie Sanders launches presidential campaign focusing on inequality
    Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, an independent and avowed socialist, formally launched his campaign for the presidency Thursday, promising to make the economic unease of America’s middle class the driving force of his long-shot bid. In an era in...
  • Pew Poll: Rubio may have an age issue (not the one you think)

    Pew Poll: Rubio may have an age issue (not the one you think)
    A new national poll by Pew Research Center reveals some early strengths and weaknesses among several key Republicans running for president, including the observation that U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida might have an age issue. But not the one you...
  • Obama aides downplay expectations for summit with Arab leaders

     Obama aides downplay expectations for summit with Arab leaders
    President Obama's team is carefully ratcheting down expectations for his summit with Persian Gulf leaders Thursday as the three crown princes, two emirs and one deputy prime minister coming to the U.S. make it abundantly clear that they will not be neatly...
  • Mark Kirk launches first ad of 2016 U.S. Senate race

    Mark Kirk launches first ad of 2016 U.S. Senate race
    First-term Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk will start airing the first TV ad of his re-election campaign Thursday, a spot that uses his recovery from a January 2012 stroke as a metaphor for his work for Illinois constituents. The ad marks the beginning...
  • Prosecutor has message for victims of sexual assault at Notre Dame

     Prosecutor has message for victims of sexual assault at Notre Dame
    The prosecutor on the University of Notre Dame's home turf has a message for victims of campus sexual attacks: Rather than go to university police, they should directly report sex crimes to a county special victims unit. Amid a growing national...
  • Business allies cool to Garcetti's minimum wage plan

    Business allies cool to Garcetti's minimum wage plan
    Atwater Village businessman Luis Lopez used to be a big fan of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. Lopez, who owns an auto repair shop on Fletcher Drive, gave $100 to Garcetti's 2013 campaign for mayor. He spread the word about Garcetti's candidacy on...
  • Where are Hillary Clinton's Democratic rivals?

    Where are Hillary Clinton's Democratic rivals?
    As the campaign to succeed President Obama shifts into high gear, Republican voters seem assured of a contested race for their party's nomination that will feature generational, geographical, occupational and ideological contrasts. On Monday, Sen. Marco...
  • Speak Out: A presidential insult to Catholics

    Speak Out: A presidential insult to Catholics
    It's a slap in our face as Catholics that Vice President Joe Biden was here and couldn't attend Cardinal Francis George's funeral. Also, why didn't President Obama send his wife, Michelle, or senior White House adviser Valerie Jarrett like he did for...
  • Webb 2016 upping profile, touring Iowa

    Potential presidential candidate Jim Webb made his second trip of the month this week to Iowa, whose first-in-the-nation caucuses are about nine months away, give or take some jockeying. He told local media that he hasn't got a timetable for...