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He delivers a blistering critique of President Barack Obama's foreign policy.
Reid slams hawkish Republicans for taking foreign policy advice from Dick Cheney.
The former White House Press Secretary will be a political commentator, starting tonight.
The West Virginia Democrat calls on Obama to gain congressional approval before acting on ISIL.
The ruling is likely to frustrate both sides in a lawsuit to turn over subpoenaed documents.
He will press Iraq's Shiite leader to quickly deliver more power to wary Sunnis.
After visiting Guatemala doing free eye surgeries, he plans a similar pro-bono mission.
According to the new poll, only 43 percent trust the federal government on international affairs.
The company suggests that the move to audit its records from 2012 was politically motivated.
Some of New York's most exclusive golf clubs would not let the president play Labor Day weekend.
New polls show a majority of Americans now support broadening U.S. military airstrikes.
The rise of ISIL is suddenly taking center stage in the midterm elections.
The upheaval could provide an opening for critics to paint the bureau as a workplace in chaos.
They beat back two prominent progressive critics by closer-than-expected margins.
Hundreds of items from Parks will be at the Library of Congress for the next 10 years.
She wins a narrower-than-expected victory against two Democratic primary rivals.
This might deepen U.S. involvement in the battle against Islamic militants.
Opinion: It's time to take a stand against millennial hucksterism.
Opinion: Obama must wage a two-front war for civilization, just like Ancient Rome.
Opinion: America's foundation of wastewater pipes and tunnels is crumbling beneath our feet.