Young and ruthless Nasir al-Wuhayshi is realizing bin Laden's dream: a terror network with far-flung, versatile jihadists. Obama sees them as a JV squad.
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But the administration has yet to reveal how many of the five million applicants have actually paid for their health insurance plans or how diverse the pool is.
Kerry: "I’m going to look at all the arguments, both sides, all sides, whatever, evaluate them and make the best judgment I can."
Do problems in the inner cities really have nothing to do with culture?
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Deadlines rapidly approach on Assad's chemical weapons and Tehran's nuclear program, deals now surely on the road to detonation.
For President Obama, it's getting lonely at the bottom.
That must be the real goal of governors who have thwarted modest food stamp reform.
As evidence indicates MH370 wasn't a victim of mechanical failure, "terrorism" eschewed in favor of words like "piracy."
Ambiguity in video captured by officer's lapel camera.
$10.10 remains a priority for Obama along with making employers pay more overtime.
Saudi-Egypt axis emerging to challenge the Iran-led Shia group.
The conservative take on Iranian theology and motives is not exactly correct.
"Serious transnational threat" Jemaah Islamiyah has been finding new footing in a post-Osama world.
They blame Israel for conditions in Gaza, while an audit finds EU money disappearing there.
Bush and Reagan spent more days away from the White House than Obama, but also set up satellite offices in their ranch homes.
Congress ready to move forward with presidential commission's recommendations from 2012 election to make voting easier.
An objectively incorrect litmus test damaged him in the first place.
Former IRS official referred to the Tea Party cases as “very dangerous” and expected legal action because they were “itching for a constitutional challenge.”
Both candidates are seeking to separate themselves from the Republican presidential field on foreign policy.
Rep. Cory Gardner jumping into the race throws a curve ball at Sen. Mark Udall.
“There aren’t many things that the president of the United States and his attorney general and I agree about – you know what I mean?”
Michael Medved, though, says the assertion that same-sex marriage has been banned in any state is “a liberal lie.”