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  • DOCUMENTS: White House releases trove of Benghazi emails

    DOCUMENTS: White House releases trove of Benghazi emails
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Then CIA-Director David Petraeus objected to the final talking points the Obama administration used after the deadly assault on a U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya, because he wanted to see more details revealed to the...
  • It's 1973 all over again

    In Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign, he ran to the left of Hillary Clinton as a moral reformer. Obama promised to transcend the old politics and bring a new era of hope-and-change transparency to Washington. Five years later, those vows are in...
  • Obama's White House Creates Credibility Crisis

    Let the facts speak for themselves. They are damning enough. Let Gregory Hicks, the honorable, apolitical second-in-command that night in Libya, movingly and grippingly demolish the president's Benghazi mantra that "every piece of information that we got,...
  • Whistle-blower's yarn fails to tie Benghazi lapses to politics

    Whistle-blower's yarn fails to tie Benghazi lapses to politics
    WASHINGTON -- They summoned a whistle-blower to Capitol Hill, but instead they got a virtuoso storyteller. Gregory Hicks, the No. 2 U.S. diplomat in Libya the night Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans were killed, was to be the star...
  • What Susan Rice's White House promotion means

    What Susan Rice's White House promotion means
    Revenge is a dish best served cold. Except when it's best served hot. Just a few months ago, Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and now President Barack Obama's choice to be the next national security adviser, saw her main chance to...
  • Obama and Susan Rice get last laugh on Benghazi

    In the last five years, I've been to a lot of uplifting events at the White House, from welcoming NASCAR winners, to awarding the Medal of Honor, to honoring the teacher of the year. But I've never been to a bigger White House celebration than Wednesday...
  • When untruth undermines democracy

    Truth is the lifeblood of democracy. Without honesty, the foundations of consensual government crumble. If the Internal Revenue Service acts unlawfully, our voluntary system of citizens computing their own taxes implodes. Yet Lois Lerner, one of the...
  • Factbox: Benghazi attacks and U.S. politics

    Factbox: Benghazi attacks and U.S. politics
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans and Democrats are waging a political battle over attacks on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi in September that killed Washington's ambassador to Libya and three other Americans. Republicans say the attacks...
  • AP source: Donilon resigns as security adviser

    AP source: Donilon resigns as security adviser
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's top national security adviser Tom Donilon is resigning and will be replaced by Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. who has been a lightning rod for Republican criticism over faulty explanations...
  • Author Samantha Power to be nominated as U.N. ambassador

    Author Samantha Power to be nominated as U.N. ambassador
    Pulitzer Prize-winning author Samantha Power will be nominated as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations by President Obama on Wednesday afternoon, officials said. Power would fill the chair vacated by Susan Rice, who is moving on to become Obama's...
  • The old order is dying

    Ideas of the 1960s have now grown reactionary in our world that is vastly different from a half-century ago. Take well-meaning subsidies for those over age 62. Why are there still senior discounts, vast expansions in Social Security and Medicare, and...
  • Paranoid or prescient?

    Government is now so huge, powerful and callous that citizens risk becoming proverbial serfs without the freedoms guaranteed by the Founders. Is that perennial fear an exaggeration? Survey the current news. We have just learned that the Internal Revenue...