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3 hrs ago | Central Ohio
Some high-profile bipartisanship in Washington on Thursday night, as former Republican presidential candidate John McCain praised Democratic Vice President Biden for his long-time support of foreign aid.
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7 hrs ago | The Daily Journal
When is a handshake more than a handshake? When it is an opportunity for political posturing.
The Town Council invited state lawmakers to attend the annual session tonight in which lawmakers talk about issues and bills in the statehouse and hear concerns from council members.
A new national survey for the Wall Street Journal and NBC News indicates that only one in four Americans support the tea party.
At a town hall meeting in Phoenix, Sen. John McCain defended the use of the phrase 'illegal' immigrants and refused to drop it from his vocabulary.
What , a host or moderator would ask, would you do to tackle entitlements? Obama would say whatever he needed to say.
Ireland is about to become the first European country to emerge from an international bailout in the wake of the financial crisis.
U.S. officials said they'd halted the provision of nonlethal supplies over the weekend after Islamist fighters seized a headquarters and warehouses belonging to the U.S.-allied Supreme Military Command, in a town near the Turkish border.
Working-age military retirees would see fewer dollars in their federal pensions and the Pentagon would get some long-sought stability in spending under Congress' budget deal.
Secretary of State John Kerry walks to a closed-door briefing with Senators on the recent agreement reached between Iran and western powers on Iran's nuclear program, Dec. 11, 2013, on Capitol Hill in Washington.
The outlook for the Senate passing a new round of sanctions is increasingly uncertain after Secretary of State John Kerry briefed lawmakers Wednesday on the temporary deal to halt Tehran's nuclear ambitions.
A spokesman for President Obama said Wednesday it is "unfortunate" that some Republicans criticized Obama's hand shake with Cuban leader Raul Castro while the president was representing the nation overseas.
You know it's a slow news week when a significant portion of Monday's news coverage centered around President Obama's handshake with Cuban president Raul Castro.
'People are no longer deferential to existing officeholders,' said Stuart Rothenberg, editor of the independent Rothenberg Political Report.
Our current outrage-it may change in the next hour-is that President Obama shook the hand of known commie and Cuban President RaAol Castro.
Mike Huckabee ran for president in '08 and came up short. Now pastors and social cons alike are urging him to get back on that horse : Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, a 2008 GOP presidential candidate turned media personality, is looking at another bid for the presidency, this time backed by ministers eager to put an evangelical into the White ... (more)