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  • Ohio Air Force base preparing to move presidential planes

    Galleries housing dozens of presidential and historic planes will close to the public this fall as an Ohio Air Force base prepares to move them to a new hangar. The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force at Wright Patterson Air Force base near Dayton said...
  • Biggest US foreign policy split in generation emerges on Iran

    WASHINGTON American politics once stopped at the water's edge. Now, it doesn't even slow down. By trying to deter Iran's leaders from cutting a nuclear deal with the U.S. and Europe, 47 Republican senators this week caused the most serious rupture in the...
  • Clinton: 'It would have been better' to use government email

    WASHINGTON Under fire, Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that she regrets using a private email account for business while she was secretary of state but said she did so only as a matter of "convenience." "I opted for convenience to use my personal email...
  • Hillary has no one to blame but herself

    Hillary has no one to blame but herself
    She should have known better. And she should have talked to the American public a lot sooner. After eight years as first lady, four years as secretary of state, and months of preparation for another presumed White House bid, Hillary Clinton should...
  • Firefighters union leans toward supporting Jeb Bush

    Firefighters union leans toward supporting Jeb Bush
    WASHINGTON — The Florida firefighters and paramedics union is "leaning heavily" toward supporting Jeb Bush for president, a potentially powerful endorsement that could help the former governor win his home state if he decides to run. Florida...
  • John Kass: Another Clinton scandal creates a sense of déjà vu

    First, Hillary Clinton must deal with that debilitating email scandal on the road to becoming president of the United States. Then and only then will she be able to claim her true destiny and see her will become law, and her likeness carved into the...
  • Clinton concedes she should have used government email

    Clinton concedes she should have used government email
    Confronting a growing political furor, Hillary Rodham Clinton conceded Tuesday it was a mistake to exclusively use private email as secretary of state, but she defiantly rejected accusations that she created a security risk or violated the law. She also...
  • Can Walker go from Wisconsin to White House?

    In a Quinnipiac poll released Thursday, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was the leading choice of Republican voters to be their 2016 presidential nominee. That is quite the surge for Gov. Walker, who was buoyed, no doubt, by his recent boffo appearance at the...
  • Martin O'Malley�readies�his run as the un-Hillary

    CONCORD, N.H. Martin O'Malley had just delivered a 10-minute talk to a few dozen Merrimack County Democrats, then spent 15 minutes walking from handshake to handshake, compliment to compliment. Voters born in Maryland, which O'Malley governed as a...
  • Hillary hasn't learned a vital lesson about concealment

    During a 2007 appearance at the "Take Back America" conference hosted each year by the progressive advocacy group Campaign for America's Future, Hillary Clinton told her audience that, under President George W. Bush, the "Constitution is being shredded."...
  • Analysis: Hillary Clinton's long, cautious record on women's rights

    The early reviews of Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state were not so unlike the "texts from Hillary" portrait of her as a superhero in sunglasses: There were more good lines to point to than those delivered in an episode of "Downton Abbey" by...
  • The day five presidents showed up in Simi Valley

    The day five presidents showed up in Simi Valley
    In 1991, U.S. presidential history was made in Simi Valley. The Times called it "the ultimate photo opportunity." The presidents were drawn to California for the opening of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. The Times reported: "For the first...