Papers from Hillary Clinton’s late friend Diane Blair reveal a very human side of the possible 2016 presidential candidate, but not much new information
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Victoria Nuland’s profanity isn’t shocking, it’s revealing.
Former Secretary of State reportedly favors letting negotiations proceed
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The stories told by five top Syrian Christian leaders about the horrors their churches are experiencing at the hands of Islamist extremists are biblical in their brutality.
Bishop Elias Toumeh, representative of the Greek …
President softens his tone toward Congress amid nuclear talks
It’s that time of year when elected officials, political junkies and the national press corps tune their antennae toward Capitol Hill for the State of the Union Address and opposition-party response. The Constitution requires the President to tell Congress where the country stands; more than 40 years of political tradition empower the
It’s an American original, repeated year after year
The legal case surrounding the Navy’s Avenger aircraft ends after nearly a quarter-century of legal warfare
Sure, it’s only going from one to two, but the Chinese navy is on the march
Because you never know
Air Force takes the nuclear button away from 34 launch-control officers over cheating charges