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  • Bill Clinton to mark 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing

    Bill Clinton to mark 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing
    Former President Clinton will speak at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum on Sunday to remember the scores of people killed and injured by a bomb blast at a federal building. Clinton was president when one of the deadliest domestic terrorist...
  • Buffalo herd roams Arkansas city neighborhoods

    Two buffaloes are on the run in a central Arkansas city after authorities failed to round up all of an escaped herd. Hot Springs Cpl. Sonia Luzader said Friday that police know the general location of the 2,000-pound animals but that no sightings were...
  • What Hillary Clinton needs to do to win

    What Hillary Clinton needs to do to win
    In finally declaring her 2016 presidential candidacy, Hillary Clinton put a reverse twist on the old break-up line, "It's not you. It's me." Her pitch, she said, is all about you -- the voters and what you need -- not about me and my ambition to follow my...
  • Hillary Clinton: Distancing from Obama while courting his supporters

    Hillary Clinton: Distancing from Obama while courting his supporters
    Once Hillary Rodham Clinton’s charismatic rival, then her unpopular boss, President Obama was bound to pose a bit of quandary for Clinton as she once again pursues the presidency. The conflict between remaining loyal to a Democratic president...
  • Hillary Clinton embraces past in New Hampshire, calls scandals 'distractions'

    Hillary Clinton embraces past in New Hampshire, calls scandals 'distractions'
    On the second day of Hillary Rodham Clinton's swing through this key primary state on Tuesday, her schedule included a pitch about the importance of "the jobs of tomorrow." But as was often the case on her first trip here as a presidential candidate,...
  • Obama: Democratic critics of his trade agenda are 'wrong'

    President Barack Obama hit back at fellow Democrats who oppose his trade initiatives Tuesday, saying they have their facts wrong on the eve of a key Senate vote. The president's blunt words came as liberals, labor unions and others stepped up efforts...
  • Democrats' division on trade deal goes public

    Democrats' division on trade deal goes public
    Hillary Rodham Clinton and other top Democrats began feuding over President Barack Obama's trade initiative Tuesday as his bid for a major late-term win began tearing at the party's unity and threatened to expose old divisions ahead of the 2016...
  • Ed Page On Facebook: Can Romance Overcome Partisan Political Views?

    Ellen Raff: I didn't use to think it mattered, but in today's environment, it would probably be nearly impossible. Kevin White: Love is a complex dance to begin with. It's hardly explainable by personality traits, let alone politics. [James] Carville...
  • Bipartisan agreement gives trade pact a boost

    Bipartisan agreement gives trade pact a boost
    Congressional leaders reached agreement Thursday on a bipartisan bill that should ease passage of a sweeping Pacific Rim trade deal, giving a boost to one of President Obama's top foreign policy goals but putting him in an unusual alliance with...
  • Dr. Alfred Rosenbloom, esteemed optometrist, dies at 94

     Dr. Alfred Rosenbloom, esteemed optometrist, dies at 94
    Dr. Alfred A. Rosenbloom, an internationally respected optometrist and pioneer in low-vision rehabilitation, help found the Low Vision Clinic at The Chicago Lighthouse in 1954. There, he and his wife met legendary author and activist Helen Keller, who...
  • Party: Paul Tipps, ex-Ohio Democratic chairman, dies at 78

    Paul Tipps, who presided over the Ohio Democratic Party during one of its most successful runs, died Tuesday, the party announced. Tipps, 78, served as state Democratic chairman from 1975 to 1983, ending his run with the party in control of every...