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Obama to propose further U.S., Russain nuclear arms cut
Visiting U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday will propose plans for the United States and Russia to further cut strategic nuclear warheads during his high-profile speech at the landmark Brandenburg Gate, a senior U.S. official said....
Xinhua, 11:03am ET
Obama defends U.S. internet surveillance
Visiting U.S. President Barack Obama defended the country's internet surveillance programs on Wednesday, saying that lives have been saved and threats averted thanks to the monitored information. Obama said during a joint press...
Xinhua, 11:03am ET
Obama refuses to specify U.S. support for Syrian rebels
U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday refused to specify U.S. military support for the Syrian rebels but reiterated that the Syrian government forces had used chemical weapons in the civil war. "I cannot and will not comment on...
Xinhua, 11:03am ET
Obama begins diplomatic visit to Berlin
President Obama began his day in Berlin with meetings with Germany's president and chancellor in advance of a foreign policy speech at the Brandenburg Gate. Obama first met with President Joachim Gauck at Schloss Belevue, his official...
United Press Internationa, 11:03am ET
Clinton urges Israeli leaders to keep pursuing peace
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton on Wednesday called on Israeli leaders to stop looking for "perfect solutions" to the Middle East conflict and to learn how to live together with the Palestinians. "There are no perfect solutions to...
Xinhua, 11:03am ET
GOP slams IRS on planned $70 million in bonuses
U.S. Senate Republicans are criticizing the Internal Revenue Service for plans to pay $70 million in bonuses officials say may be contractually required. Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa -- a member of the Senate Finance Committee -- said in a...
United Press Internationa, 4:03pm ET
Examining Prospects for Democratic Reform and Economic Recovery in Zimbabwe - Testimony of Dewa Mavhinga, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, [document]
Thank you Chairman Coons, Ranking Member Flake, and other members of the committee for providing Human Rights Watch the opportunity to testify at this hearing on Zimbabwe. I would like to request that my statement in its entirety be submitted for...
All Africa Global Media, 5:13am ET
11 Theses (With Appropriate Apologies) On Zimbabwe's Moment of Magical Realism - Waiting for Elections in 2013--By David Moore [analysis]
Ever since Zimbabwe's transitional inclusive government's (TIG) constitution was finally agreed in the middle of March, the country's political discourse had been in overdrive debating the date of the election that could end two eras - the first...
All Africa Global Media, 9:53am ET
One Republican calls it quits, another jumps in
A generational shift within the Maryland Republican Party picked up steam Tuesday as a veteran GOP senator called an end to her legislative career and a conservative favorite launched an audacious challenge to an incumbent Democratic congressman....
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 4:43am ET
Shinseki's style: Determined, quiet
In January, in an attempt to highlight the department's efforts to end veterans homelessness, Veterans Affairs officials planned a media blitz centered on Secretary Eric Shinseki's participation in the annual street count. They promised...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 4:28pm ET
Bill On Fast-Tracking Impeachment Process Not Targeted At Jonathan - Rep Dogara [interview]
Yakubu Dogara (PDP) representing Tafawa-Balewa/Bogoro/ Dass federal constituency of Bauchi State, is the lead sponsor of a bill seeking to simplify the provisions of impeaching the President in the Constitution. In this interview, he maintains...
All Africa Global Media, 9:58am ET
House of Reps - 700 Motions in Two Years? That's True Representation! - Imam Imam [opinion]
Readers can please forgive the seemingly unconventional headline to this article. I got really excited going through the statistics of the mid-term score card House of Representatives of the Federal Republic of Nigeria under the leadership of...
All Africa Global Media, 8:08am ET
Indictments could cause early exit for DeKalb top job for Ellis
Even as DeKalb CEO Burrell Ellis tried to put a business-as-usual face on his activities Wednesday, Tuesday's 15-count indictment could push him from running the day-to-day activities of Georgia's third largest county even before his case is...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 9:08pm ET
McGlynn appointed to judgeship formerly held by Cook
The Illinois Supreme Court and Justice Lloyd Karmeier on Wednesday announced the appointment of Stephen P. McGlynn to fill the vacancy left by St. Clair County Circuit Judge Mike Cook, who is in drug treatment following his arrest last month on...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 8:13pm ET
Charitable and Faith Leaders Respond To House Farm Bill Cuts To Food Assistance
The nation's leading hunger-relief charities and religious advocates urged members of the House of Representatives to oppose severe cuts to anti-hunger programs included in the farm bill. The House commenced debate on the farm bill yesterday and...
PR Newswire, 5:33pm ET
Assembly OKs budget with income tax cuts, sweeping changes
In a surprise lightning vote, the Assembly Wednesday approved a state budget that cuts income taxes, holds down property taxes and university tuition, rejects federal aid to expand health care programs and allows private taxpayer-funded schools...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 5:18pm ET
Texas Senate passes tougher abortion clinic rules
With a week left in the special session, partisan discord erupted in the Texas Legislature after Senate passage of legislation toughening regulations on abortion clinics. The measure cleared the Senate late Tuesday night on a 20-10 vote...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 4:43pm ET
In high-stakes business-tax fight, teachers union gets early, bold start
The state teachers union plans to make a $1 million campaign contribution Wednesday to jumpstart a political campaign to pass a 2 percent business tax on the 2014 ballot. Although the election is more than 16 months away, the Nevada State...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 4:13pm ET
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, Tupelo, Bobby Harrison column
The current Medicaid debate leads to the question of how much government is too much government. Answering that question --at least as it relates to Medicaid --has been difficult for Mississippians. It took a special legislative session...
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 12:28pm ET
EDITORIAL: Running out the clock
The Obama administration can thank its lucky stars that conservatives are infinitely more civil -- or perhaps "docile" is a better word -- than the liberals it so favors. Otherwise, conservatives would have been in the streets before now....
McClatchy-Tribune Informa, 11:28am ET
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