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  • Hillary hasn't learned a vital lesson about concealment

    During a 2007 appearance at the "Take Back America" conference hosted each year by the progressive advocacy group Campaign for America's Future, Hillary Clinton told her audience that, under President George W. Bush, the "Constitution is being shredded."...
  • Analysis: Hillary Clinton's long, cautious record on women's rights

    The early reviews of Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state were not so unlike the "texts from Hillary" portrait of her as a superhero in sunglasses: There were more good lines to point to than those delivered in an episode of "Downton Abbey" by...
  • Bush cropped out of Selma photo

    Bush cropped out of Selma photo
    I am disappointed that the Associated Press photograph of the Selma bridge march on the front page of the Sunday edition was edited to remove all but a forearm of former President George W. Bush as he marched with President Barack Obama ("President...
  • Firefighters union leans toward supporting Jeb Bush

    Firefighters union leans toward supporting Jeb Bush
    WASHINGTON — The Florida firefighters and paramedics union is "leaning heavily" toward supporting Jeb Bush for president, a potentially powerful endorsement that could help the former governor win his home state if he decides to run. Florida...
  • As questions mount, Clinton strategy is to remain mum

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton remained silent when questions arose about potential conflicts of interest over her foundation's decision to accept foreign donations. She waited days to respond and then only by Twitter after it was revealed that Clinton also...
  • AP News in Brief at 9:58 p.m. EDT

    Russian court charges 2, detains 3 others in Nemtsov killing, details of accusations unclear Five men were behind bars Sunday either charged or suspected in the killing of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, but details remained unclear in the case that has...
  • Will Clinton's experience be a liability?

    Will Clinton's experience be a liability?
    Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as secretary of state was supposed to be a central argument for her forthcoming run for president. Her globe-trotting record as the nation's chief diplomat, her role championing women's empowerment and gay rights, and her...
  • Papers of Bill Richardson donated to University of Texas

    The University of Texas at Austin has acquired the professional and political papers of former ambassador, congressman and New Mexico governor Bill Richardson. Richardson — whose career spanned more than 30 years and included a presidential run...
  • Immigration ruling shows lawyers playing venue shopping odds

    A federal judge's ruling last month blocking President Barack Obama's immigration executive action lays bare a pervasive practice in federal district courts: venue shopping. It is a game of odds in which lawyers pick a court to file their case where a...
  • Democratic ally urges Clinton to explain her email actions

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton should fully explain her actions involving the use of a private, nongovernment email account when she was the country's top diplomat, California Sen. Dianne Feinstein said on Sunday, becoming the first...
  • Obama Needs GOP In Trans-Pacific Trade Deal

    Obama Needs GOP In Trans-Pacific Trade Deal
    Michael Froman received from a Harvard Law School classmate, Barack Obama, a job that validates the axiom that the unlikelihood of any negotiation reaching agreement grows by the square of the number of parties involved. In trade negotiations, even one'...