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If you're looking for the perfect way to pay tribute to President Lyndon Johnson's birthday, and you just don't have the time to get started on Robert Caro's sprawling biography on the 36th Commander-in-Chief, maybe just listen to his phone conversation with the owner of the Haggar Clothing Company, in which the president tries to order some ... (more)
Not known as kings of the one-liner or for their rhetorical flourishes, the familiar foes will face off Wednesday night in Norwich for the first of seven gubernatorial debates in a rematch of a race decided by 6,400 votes in 2010.
But it did say he and McCain died as its forces battled Kharijites, a historical reference to fanatical Muslims who rejected moderate teachings and advocated killing those who violated ultraconservative values.
Congress passed an Authorization for the Use of Military Force in Iraq in 2002, clearing the way for the U.S.-led war in Iraq.
The United States has never been known to have a good grasp on foreign affairs and international relations.
The latest Republican attack on President Obama is a lawsuit that will bill American taxpayers $500 an hour.
A Taste of Traverse City may be a newbie on the epicurean map, but the three-day event is on its way to becoming a national destination for foodies.
In today's world of social media fundraising, the ALS Association has hit the megamillions jackpot -- and created a social-media model that nonprofits everywhere are anxious to exploit.
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Ask newsmakers to describe their best and worst election nights, and the memories don't always line up predictably with victories and defeats.
While President Obama dithers, Congress needs to act against ISIS. House and Senate leaders should reconvene Congress this week and take the unprecedented step of authorizing military action against ISIS for President Obama's signature.
The administration is getting generally high marks from experts who say the president has given tribal relations a high profile.
Ever notice that you seldom see Ann Compton, longtime White House correspondent for ABC News, appear on this site? What she said yesterday on "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" helps explain why.
This weekend, I took my daughter to the wonderful Disney movie "Maleficent," produced by ABC News' parent company, and enjoyed it thoroughly, but the line above struck me and it made me think about America today and about leadership.
Because of the persistence of racism and a relaxation of the fight against it, we are moving backwards.
Neil Patrick Harris, for instance, decided that his early 40s was too young for a "life" story, even for a Tony- and Emmy-winning actor.
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