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  • GOP weighs increase in war funds to skirt Pentagon limits

    House Republicans are considering adding tens of billions of dollars to President Barack Obama's request for overseas military operations in an effort to get around tight limits on Pentagon spending. The move comes as Republicans are set to unveil their...
  • Talks to save Belfast power-sharing overshadow St Pat's Day

    It has become a hallmark of the St. Patrick's Day holiday: the entire political elite of Ireland descending on the White House. Not this year. Northern Ireland's unity government is in turmoil, and its leaders are staying put in Belfast to try to resolve...
  • Reporter hopes to ask Obama about race

    Reporter hopes to ask Obama about race
    Bill Plante was 27 when he covered the Selma marches for CBS 50 years ago. Plante is now 77 and has returned to Selma for CBS. He also will interview President Barack Obama on Saturday in Selma about the marches that led to the 1965 Voting Rights Act. ...
  • Hillary Clinton inducted into Irish America Hall of Fame

    Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday that bringing women to the table is crucial to establishing peace agreements that last. The former secretary of state and likely Democratic presidential contender addressed a luncheon in New York where she was...
  • Here's the thing: Hillary isn't Bill

    Here's the thing: Hillary isn't Bill
    Last week, The Wall Street Journal featured "A Better World, Run By Women," a rather hilarious essay penned by Emory anthropology professor Melvin Konner. As more women gain power around the world, Konner argued, the better our lives will be. "Research...
  • Hillary Clinton is no rose

    Back in November, President Barack Obama told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos that in the 2016 presidential election the American people are going to want “that new car smell.” Whatever it’s underlying merits, the kerfuffle over...
  • U.S. race relations still on a tough road to improvement

    Fifty years ago, on March 15, 1965, Lyndon B. Johnson gave one of the most memorable speeches by a U.S. president, calling on Congress to enact a voting rights bill by borrowing the cry of the civil rights movement: "We shall overcome." The Voting...
  • For Hillary, the past is prologue

    For Hillary, the past is prologue
    Hillary Clinton must have experienced deja vu the other day, facing a demanding press bombarding her with questions about her penchant for privacy. The specifics of the interrogation were different, but the response was essentially the same as in her...
  • Ambitious 'Five Presidents' could use some work

    Ambitious 'Five Presidents' could use some work
    MILWAUKEE — When former presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush joined the incumbent president, Bill Clinton, at the 1994 funeral of former president Richard Nixon in Yorba Linda, Calif., it had been more than two...
  • Maine teacher wins $1 million Global Teacher Prize in Dubai

    An English teacher from rural Maine won the $1 million Global Teacher Prize on Sunday after 42 years of work as an innovator and pioneer in teaching literature. Nancie Atwell plans to donate the full amount to the Center for Teaching and Learning which...
  • Country experiences bout of early onset Clinton Fatigue

    She burned the tapes. Had Richard Nixon burned his tapes, he would have survived Watergate. Sure, there would have been a major firestorm, but no smoking gun. Hillary Rodham was a young staffer on the House Judiciary Committee investigating Nixon. She...
  • O'Malley acts more and more like a candidate

    O'Malley acts more and more like a candidate
    Speaking at the Brookings Institute on Wednesday, a soft-spoken Martin O'Malley resembled the policy wonks who populate Capitol Hill think tanks. He talked about computer models, cited percentages and referred to "Moneyball." It's one of the reasons...