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  • Gowdy: Clinton confidant was not author of Benghazi memos

    The chairman of a House panel investigating the deadly attacks in Benghazi, Libya, says that a longtime confidant of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton did not write any of the numerous memos he forwarded to Clinton while she...
  • High court rejects appeal from general denied promotion

    The Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from a retired Air Force general who claims he was illegally denied a promotion after the Defense Department said he failed to adequately protect against a terrorist strike. The justices on Monday left in place a...
  • Key U.S. commander leaves Middle East after reprimand for misconduct

    Key U.S. commander leaves Middle East after reprimand for misconduct
    A key Army commander in the U.S. war against the Islamic State has been reprimanded by the Pentagon for steering a defense contract to a firm run by two of his former classmates at West Point, becoming the latest high-ranking officer to land in trouble...
  • A trumped-up candidacy

    WASHINGTON -- There's nothing in the Constitution that says a candidate for president must be a seasoned politician. But Donald Trump? Don't be ridiculous. In a year when a dozen or more Republicans are running for the nomination or contemplating it, the...
  • Nobody Needs Another Presidential Library

    Nobody Needs Another Presidential Library
    Right now rangers are readying Acadia Park in Maine for the summer arrival of 2.4 million visitors. But there is not nearly enough staff to handle all those visitors. Acadia, like all national parks, has suffered from budget cuts due to sequestrations,...
  • Search resumes in mountains for missing ex-White House chef

    Authorities resumed a search by air and ground Saturday in a New Mexico mountain range for a former White House chef who has now been missing for a week. New Mexico State Police spokeswoman Elizabeth Armijo said the agency plans to exhaust all...
  • Experience alone won't win presidency for Jeb

    Experience alone won't win presidency for Jeb
    What did Jeb Bush, self-proclaimed policy guy, not include in Monday's presidential announcement speech? Policy. The lack of specifics wasn't surprising. Bush was waving the green flag to start a campaign — after driving his pace car for months &#...
  • How the Bush dynasty started

    WASHINGTON -- As the senior President George Bush at 91 reflects on his political career, he way well smile at the circumstances that in time led to the current prospect of the nation's first three-president dynasty. The narrative began with his failed...
  • At home and abroad, worries mount over Obama's trade pact

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama faces some tough sledding with his lofty hopes on trade. His long struggle to get Congress to give him trade promotion authority portends a much larger fight over his plan to deliver a Pacific Rim trade pact that would...
  • Hillary Clinton sees a different California than her husband once did

    Hillary Clinton sees a different California than her husband once did
    When Bill Clinton arrived in California for the state's 1992 Democratic primary he was a considerable underdog.  He had a commanding delegate tally and was well on his way to securing the party's presidential nomination but faced a political titan in...
  • America's inaugural poet visits Cuba amid warming with US

    The old woman looked suspiciously from her window as American poet Richard Blanco and a writer friend clambered out of a battered Soviet-era sedan and walked up to her front porch. "I'm looking for my grandparents' house," Blanco explained, reciting...