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  • Edward Snowden: Barton Gellman talks to 'Face the Nation'

    Edward Snowden: Barton Gellman talks to 'Face the Nation'
    UPDATED: Barton Gellman, who had this week's headline-making interview with Edward Snowden in The Washington Post, will be a guest this weekend on CBS' "Face the Nation." The program airs at 10:30 a.m. Sunday on WKMG-Channel 6. Other guests are Gen....
  • Watch out, your character is showing

    "Character is what you do when no one is watching." It's a bit of a trite saying, attributed to coaches, motivational speakers and fortune cookie writers (by the way, whose idea was it to replace fortune cookie predictions with treacly aphorisms from the...
  • 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...
  • Obama in the dark on healthcare.gov

    Watching President Obama's press conference Thursday, I almost started humming the old ditty the "Farmer in the Dell" because all I could think was: "The cheese stands alone." The president did his level best to explain that he was as in the dark as...
  • Oprah, Obama and the racism dodge

    In Britain to promote her film "The Butler," Oprah Winfrey gave an interview to the BBC last week. Not surprisingly, she promoted her movie about race relations in the White House with comments about race relations and the White House. The BBC's Will...
  • Democrats, Republicans failing to live up to their brands

    Democrats, Republicans failing to live up to their brands
    If the Republicans can't fight wars and the Democrats stink at socializing medicine, what good are they? That would not be an altogether unreasonable question for a typical American today. No doubt spokesmen for the respective political parties...
  • Democrats, Republicans failing to live up to brands

    If the Republicans can't fight wars and the Democrats stink at socializing medicine, what good are they? That would not be an altogether unreasonable question for a typical American today. No doubt spokesmen for the respective political parties would...
  • U.S. lawmakers greet Iran nuclear deal with skepticism and restraint

    U.S. lawmakers greet Iran nuclear deal with skepticism and restraint
    WASHINGTON — Obama administration officials began efforts Sunday to sell the interim agreement with Iran as key members of Congress signaled skepticism but a willingness to allow the deal to proceed. Amid Israeli denunciations of what Prime...
  • Hail to the panderer in chief

    Hail to the panderer in chief
    "I'm not a particularly ideological person," President Barack Obama told an audience of donors in Seattle over the weekend. He added (in Reuters' words) that "pragmatism was necessary to advance the values that were important to him." This is an old...
  • Bono, NFL concussion discussion on 'This Week'

    Bono, NFL concussion discussion on 'This Week'
    The Sunday morning guest list this weekend will offer names beyond the political and government spheres. The lineup: CBS' "Face the Nation" offers authors Doris Kearns Goodwin ("The Bully Pulpit"), A. Scott Berg ("Wilson") and Peter Baker ("Days of...
  • Why the latest corporate tax cut plan won't work

    Sen. Max Baucus, a Democrat from Montana and the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, wants to cut corporate tax rates. But he's finding that corporations are lining up to criticize his proposal. As it happens, they're right to: Baucus' misplaced...