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They look at our president as one who wears mom jeans and equivocates and bloviates," said fraction-term governor and noted Putin-watcher Sarah Palin on Fox News' Hannity this week.
Hillary Clinton and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov press a red button symbolizing the intention to "reset" US-Russian relations March, 2009.
More than three years after the Arab Spring, the George W. Bush Institute is expanding its efforts to help empower women in fledgling democracies of the Middle East.
Pew has released a new survey about the social and political attitudes of various generations, and it makes for interesting reading.
Rutgers University officials are standing by their decision to invite Condoleezza Rice to speak at the school's commencement in May. The school's Board of Governors voted to pay the former secretary of state under and national security adviser under President George W. Bush $35,000.
After one of her first encounters with Vladimir Putin in 2002, Angela Merkel joked to aides that she had passed the "KGB test" by staring straight into his eyes without averting her gaze.
Former first lady Laura Bush is set to speak as a group of women from Tunisia are introduced as the latest participants in the George W. Bush Institute's fellowship program aiming to help women in the Middle East and North Africa hone their leadership skills.
To help open the Senate's formal proceedings on Thursday, the Dalai Lama offered prayers of joy, good fortune and the fulfillment of wishes.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush answers questions after speaking earlier this year at the Inside ITFs Conference in Hollywood, Fla.
Patients having difficulty breathing will no longer be cared for by respiratory therapists at three Louisville-area emergency rooms as a result of the recent layoffs at KentuckyOne Health.
One of the biggest events in conservative politics is upon us. The Conservative Political Action Conference, which is organized by the 50-year old American Conservative Union, starts on Thursday, and it has become a rite of passage for anyone who wants to be a major player in the GOP grassroots and establishment.
Things are moving far too fast in Kiev, Moscow and Crimea to write about events there.
By cutting the abstinence grant, the country would save $5 million. It's among a list of "wasteful spending" that the President would slash if he gets his way on the budget.
Since World War II and extending well into the Twenty-first Century the United States has invaded or otherwise intervened in so many countries that it would be challenging to compile a complete list.
A House of Delegates committee took an important step toward lifting the prospects of Maryland's working poor on Monday when it endorsed a gradual rise in the state's minimum wage to $10.10 an hour.