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George W. Bush

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  • GOP must appeal to presidential voters

    Assuming Hillary Clinton runs in 2016, the Republicans need to come up with a candidate who has the best chance against her. Considering the other potential nominees, it may be that Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney offer the best opportunity for that. Since...
  • Obama, senior delegation meet with Saudi Arabia's King Salman

    Obama, senior delegation meet with Saudi Arabia's King Salman
    President Obama dashed from India to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday in a hastily planned trip aimed at setting out on the right foot with the new leader of a key ally. Obama cut short a visit in India to be one of the first world leaders to meet with King...
  • Albert Hunt: Don't count out non-establishment Republicans

    Albert Hunt: Don't count out non-establishment Republicans
    The political chattering classes, who love a good story, are obsessed with the battle for the establishment choice for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination: Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney or throw in a little Chris Christie. Bush and Romney are marquee...
  • New Islamic State video sets 24-hour deadline for release of Iraqi bomber

    IRBIL, Iraq The Islamic State on Tuesday gave the Japanese and Jordanian governments less than 24 hours to release a female militant who's been on Jordan's death row since 2005, in exchange for the release of a kidnapped Japanese journalist and the life...
  • US-backed Liberia project fails: Insider connections, questionable scrutiny, environment harm

    On paper, the pitch was simple: A green energy company backed by $217 million in U.S. government loans would convert one of Africa's poorest countries into the world's first biomass-driven economy. But the plan to help Liberia collapsed amid...
  • Rubio moves toward presidential bid

    Rubio moves toward presidential bid
    U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio appears to be inching closer to a presidential campaign, making the kind of preliminary moves needed to join a crowded field of potential Republican contenders that includes three fellow Floridians. If Rubio and former Gov. Jeb Bush...
  • GOP lawmakers back Obama's push for new trade deals, but Democrats say jobs may suffer

    It doesn't happen often, but Republican lawmakers on Tuesday gave more support to President Barack Obama than did Democrats on a key issue: trade. Trade has long created strange politics, but the issue has languished on congressional back burners...
  • Obama administration unveils plan to shift Medicare payments, rewarding quality vs. quantity

    Medicare will change the way it pays hospitals and doctors to reward quality over volume, the Obama administration said Monday, in a shift that officials hope will be a catalyst for the nation's $3 trillion health care system. "It is in our common...
  • Netanyahu invitation unwise

    Netanyahu invitation unwise
    Once upon a time, not so long ago, the Republican party was generally thought of as the party of national security. The final years of Ronald Reagan's administration, successful arms control talks and masterful handling of the collapse of the Soviet Union...
  • At InnoVida, the CEO hired Jeb Bush and went to prison

    MIAMI Jeb Bush was out of the Florida governor's mansion for less than a year when he signed a $15,000-a-month consulting deal with InnoVida, a Miami startup promising to revolutionize affordable housing with remarkably sturdy and lightweight building...
  • Robert B. Reich: 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...