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  • Hillary Clinton's identity crisis

    Hillary Clinton's identity crisis
    "Is Hillary Rodham Clinton a McDonald's Big Mac or a Chipotle burrito bowl? A can of Bud or a bottle of Blue Moon? JCPenney or J. Crew?" That was the opening question of a front-page Washington Post story on Ms. Clinton's effort to figure out her...
  • Reader says restaurants make cooking shows unnecessary

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  • Reaction to death of the Rev. Theodore Hesburgh

    Reaction to the death of the Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, who helped transform the University of Notre Dame while serving as its president from 1952 to 1987: ___ "During his lifetime of service to his country, his church, and his beloved University of...
  • Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, former Notre Dame president, dies at 97

    Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, former Notre Dame president, dies at 97
    The Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, who transformed the University of Notre Dame into a school known almost as much for academics as football and who championed human rights around the globe, has died. He was 97. University spokesman Paul Browne told The...
  • Foreign governments gave millions to foundation while Clinton was at State Dept.

    Foreign governments gave millions to foundation while Clinton was at State Dept.
    The Clinton Foundation accepted millions of dollars from seven foreign governments during Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as secretary of state, including one donation that violated its ethics agreement with the Obama administration, foundation...
  • Emanuel hurt by flagging black support, low turnout

    Emanuel hurt by flagging black support, low turnout
    When President Barack Obama dropped into his hometown a few days before the city election to designate the historic Pullman district a national monument and heap praise on Rahm Emanuel, rivals decried the move as pure politics aimed at pumping up African-...
  • Cruz: Make candidates who claim conservatism prove it

    Republicans must not let themselves be tricked into picking a moderate presidential nominee in 2016, by demanding their hopefuls have a demonstrated commitment to conservatism, Sen. Ted Cruz told an enthusiastic audience Thursday. Cruz, himself a...
  • Carly Fiorina criticizes Clinton over foundation money

    Former technology executive Carly Fiorina, the only woman known to be contemplating a Republican presidential bid, on Thursday challenged Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton to explain millions of dollars from foreign governments donated to her family's...
  • Obama steps up pitch for trade, exports, targets Democrats

    Relying on Republicans and going against the grain of his own party for his legislative successes has not been much of a go-to play in President Barack Obama's game plan. Then there's international trade. On Thursday, Obama stepped up his campaign for...
  • Preparing for campaign, Clinton seizes on bipartisanship

    Not yet officially a candidate for president, Hillary Rodham Clinton is already trying to seize the mantle of problem-solver in a nation fed up with dysfunctional government. Republicans are ready to remind Clinton — and voters — of her past...
  • Jack Ohman: Obama does love America, but has flirted with others

    Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani asserted the other day that he doesn't think that President Barack Obama loves America. And Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who is mulling a presidential run in 2016, said he didn't know whether or not Obama loves America,...
  • Former L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa won't run for U.S. Senate

    Former L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa won't run for U.S. Senate
    Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced Tuesday that he would not enter the race for Barbara Boxer’s seat in the U.S. Senate, leaving state Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris as the only major candidate. "I am humbled by the encouragement I'...