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  • Obama comes out swinging against new Iran sanctions, pleads with Congress to 'hold your fire'

    President Barack Obama came out swinging Friday against congressional attempts to slap fresh sanctions on Iran, warning such a move would likely destroy nuclear talks and increase prospects for a military showdown. Vowing to veto any sanctions that...
  • Revisiting the Romneys' La Jolla beach house -- and its car elevator

    Revisiting the Romneys' La Jolla beach house -- and its car elevator
    You remember Mitt Romney's California beach house? If you don't remember the house, surely you remember plans for that infamous car elevator? In March 2012, Politico revealed that Mitt and Ann Romney's renovation of their $12-million beachfront home,...
  • Republican Party will test Christian voters' clout

    WASHINGTON The Christian right launched a host of Republican stars, from Pat Robertson's surprising bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 1988 to Mike Huckabee's in 2008 and Rick Santorum's in 2012. None ever managed to win the nomination,...
  • Prices at the gas pump are low, but raising fuel taxes still feels perilous to Congress

    The new Republican-controlled Congress is facing an old problem: where to find the money for highway and transit programs. With gasoline prices at their lowest in years when the new Congress convened, there had been talk that it might be time to raise...
  • Letter: It's past time to eradicate RINOs

    The Republican landslide election of November 2014 brought great hope to many Republicans. It increased Republican numbers in the House of Representatives, gave control of the Senate to Republicans and increased the number of Republicans in state...
  • For Erdogan's Turkey, Paris attacks show West's failure on Islam

    As the killings at a French satirical magazine stunned the world last week, Turkey's government went on a mission: to defend its brand of political Islam. In a summary of comment by Turkish officials distributed by the prime minister's Office of Public...
  • Democrats shocked by Giffords aide's decision to join McSally staff

    WASHINGTON C.J. Karamargin isn't the first congressional staffer to cross the partisan aisle, but some Democrats are shocked this former staffer to Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is working for the new Republican congresswoman in Arizona's 2nd...
  • Administration: Few Guantanamo detainees turn to terrorism after release

    The Obama administration on Wednesday accused Republican critics of overstating the number of accused terrorists who have taken up arms after being released from the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. A group of GOP lawmakers, seeking to...
  • McCain and Flake echo Goldwater and Arizona's independent tradition

    Arizona sometimes seems like the Rodney Dangerfield of states, politically speaking, squished between the blue behemoth of California and the red swagger of Texas, a state seeking respect  whose votes have rarely, if ever, made the difference in a...
  • Obama goes from midterm drubbing to checking off bucket list

    In the six weeks since his party took a drubbing in the midterm elections, President Barack Obama has asserted the power of his office to check off the bucket list from his 2008 campaign. The spree of action began with the surprise announcement in...
  • Florida can gain much from changes in Cuba

    Florida can gain much from changes in Cuba
    As a recent college graduate working for The Miami Herald in 1974, I listened with wonder when older sportswriters spoke with such familiarity about a forbidden, Cold War land called Cuba. Not many years before, Miami and Havana had been home to...