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McCain, appearing on CBS This Morning on Monday, called for increased sanctions as the best way to force Iran into complying with nuclear proliferation treaties.
President Barack Obama claims that Republicans have no alternative to Obamacare.
Republicans can't seem to come to grips with the fact that they, led by President Ronald Reagan, gave aid and comfort to the racist South African Apartheid regime, by trying to block sanctions against the regime and by putting Nelson Mandela on an international terrorist list.
Gov. Susana Martinez is acutely aware of her place in history. She was elected in 2010 as New Mexico's first female governor and the nation's first Hispanic female governor.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren isn't backing down on the fight Third Way picked with her over Social Security.
Nouri al- Maliki , the prime minister of Iraq , took a page from Vladimir Putin's playbook and published an op-ed in The New York Times on Monday.
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 House.
Not so long ago, Hillary Clinton was being lauded as an exemplary secretary of state.
Even though Governor Christie has dodged speculation that he's planning to run for president in three years, saying his focus is on governing New Jersey, since he won a second term in a landslide last month, he has been outside the state nearly as much as in it.
American Reporter Correspondent Ted Manna and Editor-in-Chief Joe Shea watched the Hillary Clinton speech at the Democratic Convention here with different perceptions Tuesday night.
For most Americans, the last two months of even-numbered years are a time to exhale and enjoy the peace and quiet after campaign season.
Despite Sen. John McCain's belief to the contrary, the situation in Iraq has become increasingly twisted and convoluted.
How many ways can we, as a nation, score points off the former senator, vice president and presidential candidate? Let me count the ways.
AURORA, Colo., July 30, 2008 -- Presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain brought his trademark humor and down-home charm to Colorado for the second time in a week today, seeking to shore up support in this "battleground state."
Last week's presidential debate was supposed to cover foreign policy issues, but the ongoing market meltdown was too big to ignore.