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  • Jeb Bush still with much to prove in leaderless GOP 2016 race

    Jeb Bush still with much to prove in leaderless GOP 2016 race
    When Jeb Bush finally says on Monday that he's running for president, he'll begin the campaign with much to prove. Back in December, the former Florida governor said he was exploring a 2016 run, an announcement that by itself had the power to kick off...
  • Can the GOP win back the White House?

    Can the GOP win back the White House?
    So far, the 2016 Republican presidential primary is a complete puzzle to me. With as many as a dozen candidates likely to run, clearly top Republicans believe the GOP will recapture the White House next November. But first, the party must pick its...
  • Memorial Day ceremony to remember a fallen Marine -- and his father

    Memorial Day ceremony to remember a fallen Marine -- and his father
    After he was killed in Fallouja, Iraq, in 2006, Marine Lt. Nathan Krissoff was praised by other Marines as a young man who was charismatic yet humble, a natural leader. At a memorial service at a base once used by the army of Saddam Hussein, battle-...
  • Jeb Bush calls Putin a 'bully'

    Seeking to burnish his credentials as a plausible commander-in-chief, Jeb Bush stepped up his criticism Wednesday of Vladimir Putin, calling the Russian president a bully who should be restrained. On the second day of a three-nation European tour before...
  • It's time for Congress to deal with torture

    It's time for Congress to deal with torture
    As Congress debates the mammoth bill known as the National Defense Authorization Act, Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.) are pressing their colleagues to include an amendment that would strengthen the prohibition against the...
  • Ann McFeatters: Candidates' overseas tours produce little but laughs

    WASHINGTON Of the silly traditions involving running for the White House, the going-abroad-to-show-my-foreign-policy-credentials ritual ranks worst, except for eating fried dough at county fairs. As bemused Europeans look on, the quadrennial parade of...
  • Politicians' foundations not new

    The Clinton Foundation has received significant attention lately with former Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's interest in becoming president. The foundation was set up soon after former President Bill Clinton left office in 2000. It...
  • Jeb Bush braces for all-out campaign for president

    Jeb Bush braces for all-out campaign for president
    Jeb Bush is down — a bit — but by no means out. In fact, he's about to go all in. A formal announcement that he's an official presidential candidate is set for June 15 in Kendall, days after he returns from a visit next week to Germany,...
  • Jeb Bush maintains Florida lead, Marco Rubio surges

    Jeb Bush maintains Florida lead, Marco Rubio surges
    As former Gov. Jeb Bush prepares to formally announce next week what everyone already knows — that he's running for president — a poll out Thursday shows he's maintaining his front-runner status among Florida Republicans. But U.S. Sen....
  • Jeb Bush, in Berlin, calls for aggressive stance on Putin and takes aim at Obama

    Jeb Bush, in Berlin, calls for aggressive stance on Putin and takes aim at Obama
    Jeb Bush, hoping to polish his foreign policy credentials before he formally announces a White House bid, launched a three-nation trip to Europe on Tuesday by lauding his father’s role in the unification of Germany after the Berlin Wall fell in...
  • Jonathan Bernstein: Jeb Bush won't win if he's the safe choice

    The conventional wisdom that Jeb Bush's campaign is in trouble might be correct. According to Byron York's reporting in the Washington Examiner, Bush's camp simply believed this would be 1999 all over again. Republican politicians, campaign and governing...