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The things Hillary Clinton's book doesn't say about Iraq

In “Hard Choices,” the former secretary of state ignores or glosses over key aspects of her record on Iraq—including State Department responsibility for the country’s security assistance. ... Read more»

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Ready for Hillary no longer just a super PAC

A change in status allows pro-Clinton group to donate directly to candidates. ... Read more»

By the numbers: a 2013 money-in-politics index

Center for Public Integrity highlights key stories and trends... Read more»

The Hillarys of Latin America

For a region famous for “machismo,” Latin America is about to take an unlikely step: elect a record number of women presidents.... Read more»2


Poker Face McCain

U.S. Sen. John McCain, a leading advocate of military action in Syria, was caught playing poker on his iPhone during a Senate hearing on the issue last week.... Read more»

FAQ on U.S. aid to Egypt: Where does the money go?

We've taken a step back and tried to answer some basic questions about the aid, including how much the U.S. is giving Egypt, what's changed in the years since the Arab Spring and what all the money buys.... Read more»

Ready for Hillary? Not in Middle America

Scores of New Yorkers and Californians — but relatively few folks in Middle America — are already backing a super PAC designed to boost Democrat Hillary Clinton should she run for president in 2016.... Read more»1

Pro-Rand Paul super PAC's name may violate law

Supporters of Republican Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., have launched “Rand PAC 2016.” But because the super PAC uses the potential presidential candidate’s first name, this action may violate federal law. ... Read more»

McCain: Sec State nominee Kerry has 'extraordinary diplomatic skills'

U.S. Sen. John Kerry should be appointed Secretary of State because of his "extraordinary diplomatic skills," U.S. Sen. John McCain said Thursday at the Massachusetts Democrat's nomination hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.... Read more»1


North Korea: Axis of ridiculous

There's a new Kim in town, but can we expect the bad boy regime in Pyongyang to change?... Read more»

Majority of Americans want Hillary Clinton to run in '16

57 percent of Americans told pollsters they would back Clinton for president in 2016. ... Read more»1

Nukes likely to decline in Obama’s second term

The Pentagon’s budget is almost assuredly going down in coming years, but it looks like a specific type of weaponry, the nation’s stockpile of nuclear warheads, is also headed down, with Barack Obama’s reelection. ... Read more»

Factcheck: Libya

Benghazi timeline: Long road from protest to terrorist attack

The question won't go away: Did President Obama and administration officials mislead the public when they initially claimed that the deadly Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi began "spontaneously" in response to an anti-Muslim video?... Read more»

Julian Assange loses Swedish extradition appeal

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden over alleged sex crimes, Britain's highest court ruled Wednesday.... Read more»

Comic: China

Lookin' for love

Who is Chen Guangcheng? Just another blind Chinese dissident lawyer ... lookin' for love.... Read more»


Blind justice in China

Blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng sought refuge in the U.S. embassy in Beijing, but later, perhaps bowing to pressure from China, he left the embassy grounds.... Read more»

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