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A spokesman for the Rev. Billy Graham says the evangelist has generally been weaker since his 95th birthday celebration last month but his vital signs are good.
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A joint wave from the Air Force One, a shared dinner, and a long flight home. President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush shared quality time Tuesday as they returned from Nelson Mandela's... A joint wave from the Air Force One, a shared dinner, and a long flight home.
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The $39 billion it received from its sale of GM stock cements a loss of about $10.5 billion for the American taxpayer.
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President Barack Obama, former President George W. Bush and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton all boarded Air Force One together and traveled 16 hours to South Africa to attend Nelson Mandela's memorial service.
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Arriving on stage at FNB stadium in Johannesburg to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela, President Barack Obama shook hands with dozens of other world leaders, pausing briefly to grasp the hand of Cuban President Raul Castro.
The dinner, hosted by The National Center for Policy Analysis , will be held at the O'Byrne Gallery at Constitution Hall in Washington, DC.
The DC foreign policy community reacted with shock and sadness Monday to the unexpected death of Rich Williamson, a long time American diplomat and Republican foreign policy operative, who died Sunday due to complications from a cerebral hemorrhage at age 64. Williamson most recently served as a top foreign policy advisor to Mitt Romney and helped ... (more)
Federal appeals court judges Monday questioned whether the government has gone too far by searching the genital areas of Guantanamo detainees who want to meet with their lawyers.
The Center for Automotive Research study - called " The Effect on the U.S. Economy of the Successful Restructuring of General Motors" - found that the controversial 2008-2009 bailout, saved 2.6 million jobs in 2009 alone and $284.4 billion in personal income was preserved over 2009-2010.
Politics isn't for the poor. The average household in the United States has a net worth of $69,000, but the average wealth of a U.S. senator is about $12 million, according to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau and Center for Responsive Politics.
Hugh Pickens DOT Com writes "Ellen Nakashima reports at the Washington Post that morale has taken a hit at the National Security Agency in the wake of controversy over the agency's surveillance activities and officials are dismayed that President Obama has not visited the agency to show his support.
Ed Gillespie, a former top aide to President George W. Bush who chaired both the Republican National Committee and Virginia GOP, said he is considering a bid against Democratic Sen. Mark Warner , automatically putting Virginia in play and giving the Republicans their best chance to take back control of the Senate.
Rep. Mike McCaul, R-Texas, says that former aides to President George W. Bush tell him one of the biggest mistakes they made was agreeing to accords with North Korea, which ended up getting nuclear weapons anyway.
Sen. Rand Paul said Sunday he opposes extending unemployment benefits for workers, arguing that it would be a "disservice" to jobless individuals.
There are some stories that are just too good to ignore. Time would escape me to write about all the nonsensical lies coming out of liberal land, but this one is really priceless.