Fireworks are in place and set to explode Wednesday on Capitol Hill over whether the U.S. military could have done more to save the four trapped U.S. diplomats who died in Benghazi last September 11.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew’s slinky signature has been replaced by a slightly more intelligible version.
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Obama weighs appointing big names and fundraisers to patronage posts
The threat of terrorists acquiring WMD is real, experts say, though the danger to America is hard to measure
Tech experts on both sides say foreign and domestic actors tried to steal policy and political secrets and influence the race through cyberattacks.
The Senate voted 69 to 27 Monday to pass a bill that empowers states to collect sales taxes from Internet purchases.
Obama took Sens. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.), Bob Corker, (R-Tenn.), and Mark Udall, (D-Colo.) to the golf course today. Chambliss got a hole-in-one.
Unfortunately, like much that has happened in Afghanistan since the U.S. invasion less than a month after 9/11, American heads – if not hearts – have been in the wrong place.
It’s the Marines against the surfers in a California beach battle