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  1. Next 25 ArticlesRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Lucianne.com

    James Baker can take credit for two presidencies and one vice presidency in the Bush family. So it's a tad ungracious for a Bush to take Baker to task.


  2. Google may be the sole remaining superpowerRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Hot Air

    I always knew Google was big, but I suppose I wasn't quite getting exactly how big they have become. It seems like they are now at a level of big which was best described by Douglas Adams in the Hitchhiker's Guide.


  3. Google 'Second Biggest Donor' to Obama, Has Too Much PowerRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | News Max

    Google, the second largest campaign donor to President Barack Obama, wields enormous power in the administration that would been seen as scandalous outside the political world, writes Kyle Smith in the New York Post . Obamas' technology adviser Megan J. Smith is a former Google executive, Google lobbyists have been to the White House 230 times dwarfing the 20 visits by its chief rival Comcast in the same time period.


  4. NBC Newsa boss faces challenge fixing MSNBCRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

    As he returns to run the NBC News Group, Andy Lack faces one of the same puzzles he tried to solve a decade and a half ago: how to make MSNBC work. While he was gone, MSNBC changed from traditional news to a political network with a liberal lens.


  5. The Deal: Iran Nuclear Talks Approaching The March 31 Deadline | Matt VespaRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Townhall

    The March 31 deadline for a deal on Iran's nuclear program is approaching, and the best they could do in 18 months is an outline, according to Reuters . Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted that all parties involved have exhibited " flexibility ," but the divides are still deep amongst the negotiating parties.


  6. Illustration on the mission of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei by Linas Garsys/The Washington TimesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Washington Times

    There are different opinions on how to deal with the Iranian regime over their nuclear proliferation, whether its contention between the Obama administration and regional partners including Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, or even between lawmakers on the right and left here in the U.S. There may never be agreement over the level of uranium enrichment, the number of centrifuges or a timeline Iran should adhere to, but the one thing we can all agree on is mistakenly being left out - the Mullahs' 36-year egregious human rights record.


  7. 'Revolving Door': More Than Two Dozen Journalists Have...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | TheBlaze.com

    When she steps into her new role as senior adviser to President Barack Obama, Shailagh Murray will become the latest in a long line of former journalists who have left their Fourth Estate roles to go work for the White House. Murray, a former Washington Post and Wall Street journal reporter, first joined the Obama administration as Vice President Joe Biden's communications director in 2011.


  8. Internet under fire, what students can do to helpRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | The WSU Signpost

    Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler makes a statement during the FCC vote on net neutrality on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015, in Washington, D.C. I don't know of a single resource I use more than the Internet, and I think that's probably true for most college students. All of my homework and even a few classes are online.


  9. George Stephanopoulos Badgers Indiana Gov. Over Religious Freedom BillRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | NewsBusters.org

    On Sunday, This Week moderator George Stephanopoulos interviewed Indiana Governor Mike Pence and repeatedly pressed him for defending his state's religious freedom bill, and touted the argument that it was an anti-gay law. Throughout the combative interview, the liberal ABC anchor asked Governor Pence to clarify the intent of Indiana's version of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and repeatedly wondered "if a florist in Indiana refuses to serve a gay couple at their wedding, is that legal now in Indiana?" Stephanopoulos' questioning of Pence comes on the heels of the "big three" networks devoting more than 14 minutes to the Indiana law in a span of 24-hours.


  10. NBC News' Boss Faces Challenge Fixing Sinking MSNBCRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | News Max

    As he returns to run the NBC News Group, Andy Lack faces one of the same puzzles he tried to solve a decade and a half ago: how to make MSNBC work. While he was gone, MSNBC changed from traditional news to a political network with a liberal lens.


  11. Boehner: White House behavior to Netanyahu 'reprehensible'Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | WAPI-AM Birmingham

    House Speaker John Boehner said his upcoming trip to Israel is no "victory lap" to celebrate Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's re-election -- and that it was planned months ago, before the Israeli election. The Ohio Republican will travel to Israel this week, while Congress is on recess.


  12. Netanyahu rips nuke talks with Iran again, as deadline nearsRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Israeli media on Sunday that a deal with Tehran 'paves Iran's way to the bomb.' With a deadline to reach a deal over Tehran's nuclear program just three days away, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to the airwaves Sunday in another attempt to torpedo negotiations.


  13. Just how many elected officials are there in the United States? The answer is mind-blowingRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    At a recent company retreat, a colleague and I were nerding out and debating a question: Just how many elected officials are there in the United States in total? It's an easy question to start answering-you begin with the president and vice president , plus Congress , then move on to governors . And if you're a real elections junkie, you may be aware that there are around 7,000 state legislators nationwide.


  14. White House hits back after Boehnera s criticism of Middle East stanceRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    White House press secretary Josh Earnest defended President Obama's Middle East policy on Sunday, saying the administration is working to achieve its goals with international partners and limited U.S. military involvement. Earnest spoke on ABC's "This Week," addressing recent comments from House Speaker John Boehner , who has accused the administration of a lack of leadership in the region and an icy relationship with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.


  15. What presidents can do: the Supreme CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    In his piece You Can't Make The Congress Do Anything , which reviewed the book "The Fierce Urgency of Now", Scott Lemieux writes: We don't have to speculate how effective LBJ's leadership would be without a rare functioning liberal majority in Congress. After suffering major losses in the 1966 midterms, Johnson's legendary leadership capabilities were of little value.


  16. Election not last word on Palestinian stateRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    It might have been the quickest and most self-serving reversal ever of a campaign promise. Two days after winning re-election in Israel by vowing to reject a Palestinian state - which he previously endorsed - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Americans he'd support one again.


  17. Tim Wildmon: Israel asserts its self-defense in recent electionRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Newms360.com

    March 12-20, my lovely and talented wife Alison and I had the privilege of leading a group of 53 Americans on a pilgrimage to Israel, commonly called the Holy Land. I believe it was my 20th time to do so.


  18. Boehner: Obama to Blame for Damaged Relations with IsraelRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | News Max

    House Speaker John Boehner says his upcoming trip to Israel was planned months before his controversial invitation for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress and his subsequent re-election and wasn't designed to be a "victory lap" after Netanyahu's win. Appearing Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union," Boehner said he would do whatever he can to repair the damaged relationship between the two countries.


  19. America's Oligarchs Want It All, And They Want It NowRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Crooks and Liars

    Jeb Bush would seem to be the near-ideal presidential candidate for the billionaires who own American democracy -- he wants what they want and believes what they believe. But now they're making it clear that he's not sufficiently deferential on one particular issue: The warnings trickled in soon after an announcement began circulating last month that James A. Baker III, the former diplomat who is now a foreign policy adviser to Jeb Bush, would be a featured speaker at a conference hosted by J Street, the liberal pro-Israel advocacy organization.


  20. Afghan Chief Executive: Leaders Set Aside Egos To Rally For NationRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | KWBU-TV Waco

    Afghanistan's Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah stands with President Ashraf Ghani, Vice President Joe Bidden, Defense Secretary Ash Carter and Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan at a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns on Tuesday.