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Bill Clinton

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  • Defense chief nominee says he's inclined to advocate sending arms to Ukraine.

    President Barack Obama's pick to run the Pentagon said Wednesday he's inclined to back increased U.S. assistance to Ukraine, including lethal arms, to fight anti-government rebels backed by neighboring Russia. The White House is reconsidering its...
  • Wall Street's threat to the American middle class

    Wall Street's threat to the American middle class
    Presidential aspirants in both parties are talking about saving the middle class. But the middle class can't be saved unless Wall Street is tamed. The Street's excesses pose a continuing danger to average Americans. And its ongoing use of confidential...
  • Megan McArdle: Reading the tea leaves for 2016 gets you nowhere

    In 2002, John Judis and Ruy Teixeira published a book called "The Emerging Democratic Majority," predicting that large and dependable minorities would grow out of a "strengthening alliance between minorities, working and single women, the college...
  • Obama is urged to push for gay rights in Pacific trade deal

    WASHINGTON In December, President Barack Obama ended trade benefits with Gambia after Africa's smallest country approved a law that called for life imprisonment for "aggravated homosexuality" and its autocratic ruler referred to gays as "vermins." It's a...
  • Obama library or not, Chicago needs to land Air Force One

    Obama library or not, Chicago needs to land Air Force One
    With all due respect to the Barack Obama presidential library sweepstakes, there's one White House souvenir Chicago absolutely needs. We need to land Air Force One. We're at least owed that. The Air Force looks to retire its current fleet of...
  • Biss, Harris pondering runs for higher office

    Biss, Harris pondering runs for higher office
    State Sen. Daniel Biss appears to be the first Democrat to actively float his name for the 2016 special election for state comptroller. The Evanston Democrat is known as a policy wonk around the statehouse, but he's also a prodigious fundraiser,...
  • Darrell Hammond makes impression on 'SNL,' stage

     Darrell Hammond makes impression on 'SNL,' stage
    The versatile impressionist Darrell Hammond, 59, holds the record as the longest-running cast member on "Saturday Night Live" (1995-2009) and recently succeeded the late Don Pardo as the program's announcer. Now he is developing a one-man show, "The...
  • Federal judge strikes down key parts of Wisconsin campaign finance laws

    MADISON, Wis. In a ruling that could further weaken a stalled probe into Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's campaign and conservative groups, a federal judge found key portions of the state's campaign finance laws are unconstitutional. No one has been charged...
  • Budget proposal is Obama's map back to big government

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama wants the era of big government back. Ronald Reagan in his 1981 inaugural ushered in an era of skepticism about Uncle Sam by declaring that "government is not the solution to our problem, government is the problem." Bill...
  • Stay course on reservoirs for Lake O runoff

    Stay course on reservoirs for Lake O runoff
    Like clockwork, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began releasing water from Lake Okeechobee into the St. Lucie River this month, prompting familiar protests from area residents and environmentalists who want Gov. Rick Scott to fund a fix that sends the...
  • Tribune report: Emanuel's rare political reach fuels fundraising machine

     Tribune report: Emanuel's rare political reach fuels fundraising machine
    When three Chicago financial trading firms traveled to Washington, D.C., for a crucial meeting with federal regulators, they didn't go alone. They brought a man schooled in the ways of the capital who had recently received $182,000 in political...