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  • Obama: It's 'ugly lie' that US is at war with Islam

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama on Thursday called for a global effort to curb terrorist groups, urging a roomful of world leaders to tackle the poverty and political strife that he said have become "magnets for violent extremism." Speaking to...
  • Jeb Bush casts his foreign policy views as distinct from his brother's

    Jeb Bush casts his foreign policy views as distinct from his brother's
    Jeb Bush carefully attempted to open up distance between himself and his brother, President George W. Bush, in a much-anticipated foreign policy speech Wednesday, suggesting that in the Mideast, he would value stability even if that meant supporting...
  • Don't mix Homeland Security into immigration fight

    The following editorial appeared in The Dallas Morning News on Tuesday, Feb. 17: A federal judge in Texas has rescued congressional Republicans from a politically costly showdown with President Barack Obama over funding for the Homeland Security...
  • Changing of the guard on oversight panels

    Congress lost several of its titans of aggressive, bipartisan oversight and investigation at the end of last year: the likes of Carl Levin, Tom Coburn and George Miller. Analysts say this continues a trend that, with the loss of tough questioners such...
  • A sampling of editorials from around New York

    The Daily Gazette of Schenectady on the problem of abandoned properties. Feb. 18 Each day an abandoned property facing foreclosure goes unmaintained is another day for the structure to become dilapidated and for the property to become unsightly. It...
  • FACT CHECK: Rand Paul backtracks on vaccines, college

    As Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky eyes a presidential race, he's likely to face questions about several contested or disproven statements he has made on various subjects. Here's a sample: VACCINES While a measles outbreak was spurring new calls...
  • Boehner says Obama's military authorization request falls short

    House Speaker John A. Boehner of Ohio said President Obama's request to Congress to authorize military operations against Islamic State isn't sufficient and that he will aim to strengthen it in the coming weeks. “I don't believe that what the...
  • Pratt & Whitney Subpoenaed By Pentagon Inspector Over Pricing

    WASHINGTON — The Pentagon inspector general has subpoenaed Pratt & Whitney, saying the engine maker has repeatedly refused to document more than $1.54 billion in maintenance work on C-17 aircraft engines, according to an unreleased audit. The...
  • Sen. Graham's possible 2016 bid keeps others on hold in SC

    South Carolina voters often think of themselves as presidential tie-breakers, enjoying their prime role as the next to cast ballots after Iowa's caucuses and New Hampshire's primary. But what if there's a ringer in the race? The state's senior senator,...
  • A Homeland Security shutdown? It's on you, Speaker Boehner

    A Homeland Security shutdown? It's on you, Speaker Boehner
    Last November, voters elected Republican majorities to both chambers of Congress. So if the U.S. Department of Homeland Security shuts down over a budget impasse between the House and Senate, it will be the fault of … Senate Democrats? That's...
  • Another reluctant warrior in the White House

    Another reluctant warrior in the White House
    President Barack Obama's latest war strategy makes one wonder: Is another Woodrow Wilson in the Oval Office debating with himself about how to meet the existential threat that faces him? In laying out his call to Congress for a new authorization for use...