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  • Revisionist history prevails on Iraq invasion

    So who lost Iraq? The blame game mostly fingers incompetent Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Or is Barack Obama culpable for pulling out all American troops monitoring the success of the 2007-08 surge? Some still blame George W. Bush for going into...
  • Supreme Court limits presidents' recess appointment powers

    WASHINGTON The Supreme Court on Thursday modestly curtailed a president's power to unilaterally appoint officials during a Senate recess. In a limited defeat for President Barack Obama and his White House successors, the court unanimously ruled that...
  • Boeing executive emphasizes commitment to Washington state

    SEATTLE In a major public speech Wednesday evening in Seattle, Boeing Co. Commercial Airplanes chief Ray Conner declared Washington state an enduring and central part of the jet-maker's future and asked for more understanding of the company's need to...
  • Bill Clinton: Dick Cheney 'unseemly'

    Bill Clinton: Dick Cheney 'unseemly'
    NBC's "Meet the Press" will have quite a few quotable lines from former President Bill Clinton. The network earlier this week released Clinton's comment that his wife, Hillary, is "not out of touch." Now the former president is ripping former Vice...
  • Some free advice to the Clintons: Stop talking about money!

    Face it, some people just aren’t good with money. And then there are the Clintons. The thing is (as with many things about the Clintons), they put their own twist on that old truism: They’re actually really good with money; they’re...
  • A questionable game of 'shut up' on Iraq

    It's a fact of human nature that it's easier to talk about who's to blame for a problem than it is to figure out what to do about the problem. Case in point: There's a near-riot in liberal circles over the very idea that supporters of the Iraq War should...
  • Bill Clinton: 'I'm shocked ... grateful'

    Bill Clinton: 'I'm shocked ... grateful'
    Bill Clinton defends his wife, Hillary Clinton, for her comments about the family's dismal finances when he left the White House. "It is factually true that we were several million dollars in debt," the former president tells David Gregory on NBC's...
  • Bill Clinton defends family wealth, says Hillary 'not out of touch'

    Former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday defended his wife’s modest depiction of the couple’s wealth, saying their affluence does not mean Hillary Rodham Clinton is out of touch with the concerns of average Americans. Speaking in Denver at...
  • U.S. policies, national denial, responsible for influx of Guatemalan migrants at border

    For once the Republicans got it right. But not in the way they think. Indeed, President Obama carries the representative blame for the debacle (including reports of abuse) of largely Guatemalan migrant children currently overflowing shelters at the...
  • On day of big Emanuel fundraiser, word of a new PAC to back the mayor

    On day of big Emanuel fundraiser, word of a new PAC to back the mayor
    Even as Mayor Rahm Emanuel prepared for a big fundraiser tonight featuring former President Bill Clinton as his special guest, word spread of a new effort to boost Emanuel's re-election chances in 2015. A new super political action committee formed by...
  • Jay Carney shares his press secretary regrets with Stephen Colbert

    Jay Carney shares his press secretary regrets with Stephen Colbert
    Today is Jay Carney's last day as White House press secretary for the Obama administration, and for one of his final interviews he sat down with Stephen Colbert to share his frustrations and regrets about the job. Carney was press secretary for three...