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  • Five things to watch for at Janet Yellen's confirmation hearing

    Five things to watch for at Janet Yellen's confirmation hearing
    WASHINGTON -- The last time Janet L. Yellen faced a Senate confirmation hearing, she shared the witness table with two other nominees for about 90 minutes, answered a handful of relatively mild questions and was on her way to an easy confirmation to be...
  • Fed critics to use Yellen vote to advance audit bill

    Fed critics to use Yellen vote to advance audit bill
    WASHINGTON — The nomination of Janet L. Yellen to be the next Federal Reserve chair gives critics of the central bank something they rarely have: leverage to force some changes. As the Senate Banking Committee prepares for a confirmation hearing...
  • His honor needs a new email provider

     
    From today's story about the legal travails of infomercial huckster Kevin Trudeau: Throughout the court fight, Trudeau has remained outspoken. After (U.S. District Judge Robert) Gettleman approved the fine, Trudeau used Internet radio broadcasts and his...
  • Primary challenge launched against McConnell, Senate's top Republican

    Primary challenge launched against McConnell, Senate's top Republican
    WASHINGTON – Mitch McConnell will face a challenge from the right in his 2014 reelection bid, a development that has a major conservative group considering an endorsement of the top Senate Republican’s opponent and Democrats boasting of a...
  • Gilchrest sees 'a political system infiltrated with sociopaths'

    Gilchrest sees 'a political system infiltrated with sociopaths'
    Wednesday afternoon, as his former colleagues in Congress considered a deal to avoid a national crisis, Wayne Gilchrest sat in his office in a place called Knocks Folly on Maryland's Eastern Shore and watched a fox run across a field. That's not a bad...
  • On talking things out

    WASHINGTON -- A Democratic president takes a bunch of Republican senators to dinner and invites the losing GOP vice-presidential nominee to lunch. Meanwhile, a freshman Republican filibusters the Senate for 13 hours against theoretical U.S. use of...
  • Goldberg: Rand Paul's paleo pal

    Goldberg: Rand Paul's paleo pal
    Rand Paul is the most interesting contender for the Republican nomination. And when I say interesting, I mean that in the broadest sense. A case in point: Last week, the Kentucky senator hit some turbulence when the Washington Free Beacon reported...
  • The GOP isolationist myth

    They're back! The isolationist poltergeists that forever haunt the Republican Party. Or so we're told. In July, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) had a set-to over American foreign policy. Christie clumsily denounced "this strain...
  • The Newsroom Season 2 episode 16 recap: One Step Too Many

     
    Halfway through Season 2 of HBO's The Newsroom, we've been treated to glimpses of something resembling a season-long arc pegged to the botched investigation into a potential war crime stemming from American troops' use of sarin gas in the Afghanistan...
  • 'The Newsroom' recap: Jerry distorts a quote about deadly sarin gas

    'The Newsroom' recap: Jerry distorts a quote about deadly sarin gas
    By editing out one key word from an interview, hotshot producer Jerry Dantana (Hamish Linklater) damages ACN’s journalistic credibility -- and exposes the cable network to staggering legal expenses -- on “One Step Too Many,” Episode 16...
  • Craig Robinson, Ron Paul, Kal Penn, Tony Mendez to speak at Hopkins

    Craig Robinson, Ron Paul, Kal Penn, Tony Mendez to speak at Hopkins
    A combination of politicians, pundits and proletariat heroes are scheduled to speak at Johns Hopkins University this fall in a series of free public lectures. Linda Greenhouse, the Pulitzer Prize-winning former Supreme Court correspondent for The New...