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  • Continuing a foreign policy pivot

    WASHINGTON -- President Obama's nominations of former Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel to be his secretary of defense and John Brennan as CIA director, coupled with Sen. John Kerry as secretary of state, underline his determination to pivot from the war...
  • New year brings new faces to lead on U.S.-Cuba policy

    To those who follow U.S.–Cuban relations closely, 2013 may be a box full of surprises. Who knows what is inside? Cuban officials are probably delighted with the nomination of Sen. John Kerry, D.–Mass., to be Secretary of State. Not since...
  • Rep. Schiff hails John Kerry nomination for secretary of state

    Rep. Schiff hails John Kerry nomination for secretary of state
    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) on Friday hailed President Obama’s decision to nominate Sen. John Kerry -- the longtime Massachusetts senator -- to replace Hillary Rodham Clinton as secretary of state. Kerry, 69, has chaired the Senate Foreign...
  • John Kerry's second act

    WASHINGTON -- Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts, named by President Obama to be his next secretary of state, could have been a character out of F. Scott Fitzgerald: a Yale man, tall, handsome, aristocratic, the son of a foreign service officer, married...
  • End of the Susan Rice saga

    WASHINGTON -- Whether Susan Rice jumped or was pushed from consideration to succeed retiring Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, her removal from the equation clears one bone of partisan contention from President Obama's plate as he heads into his...
  • An unsightly scrap over cabinet nomination

    WASHINGTON -- There was a time when a president and the opposition party in Congress could agree on certain basics, such as the right of the chief executive to select members of his cabinet with no fuss or bother. The president's most important choice in...
  • George Clooney and dad arrested while protesting Sudan violence

     
    George Clooney arrested: Leave it to George Clooney to skip the typical celebrity bad-behavior arrest -- the actor and his father Nick were arrested outside the Sudanese Embassy in Washington, D.C., on Friday while participating in a protest against...
  • Webliography: The WWHHD (What Would Hillary Have Done?) question and the idea that Clinton should replace Joe Biden on the 2012 ticket

     
    Updated with more links and pull quotes Wool-gathering here after the Bears' victory, wondering if Hillary Clinton would have been a much different president than Barack Obama and whether it might be smart for Obama to ask her to tap......
  • It's so, Joe: You've got to go

     
    I'm not saying I think President Barack Obama will ask Vice President Joe Biden to step aside and ask Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to take his place on the 2012 ticket. I'm not even saying I'm aware of......
  • George Clooney Arrested Outside Sudanese Embassy

    George Clooney Arrested Outside Sudanese Embassy
    WASHINGTON -- Police arrested actor George Clooney and others Friday during a protest at the Sudanese Embassy in Washington. The arrested protesters included congressmen, human rights activists, faith leaders and Clooney's father, Nick. Clooney was...
  • In search of authenticity

    WASHINGTON -- As the Republicans continue to fret over Mitt Romney's authenticity or lack thereof, the Democrats unleashed their version in Ohio the other day by sending Vice President Joe Biden to a United Auto Workers hall in Toledo. Talk about...
  • Obama and the pursuit of endless war

    When historians sit down decades from now to address the events of the early 21st century, they will have no trouble explaining why Americans elected Barack Obama president. They elected him out of a firm conviction that the United States was not involved...