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Report: Hillary Calls Obama Tries to Mend Ties

Tuesday on CNN, the network's Brooke Baldwin reported former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called President Barack Obama to explain why she criticized his foreign policy as a "failure" in the Atlantic Magazine. Clinton had argued...Show More Summary

Vernon Jordan to Host Obama-Clinton Rendezvous Wednesday

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s critique of President Barack Obama’s foreign policy had many speculating that the two Democrats might want to keep their distance. But a scheduling quirk will bring them face to face Wednesday evening.

"Secretary Clinton has at every step of the way touted the significant achievements of his presidency, which she is honored to have been part of as his secretary of state."

"While they’ve had honest differences on some issues, including aspects of the wicked challenge Syria presents, she has explained those differences in her book and at many points since then. Some are now choosing to hype those differences but they do not eclipse their broad agreement on most issues. Show More Summary

US says Kerry broke no sanctions on Myanmar hotel

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The United States said Tuesday that Secretary of State John Kerry technically abided his own government's laws after he stayed in Myanmar at a hotel owned by a sanctioned tycoon. Myanmar, the host of talks this week among Southeast Asian...Show More Summary

Clinton making amends with Obama after critique

EDGARTOWN, Mass. (AP) — After distancing herself from some of President Barack Obama's foreign policy, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called her ex-boss Tuesday to try to smooth things over and planned on "hugging it out" in person at an upcoming get-together.

What Hillary Clinton may have missed in President Obama’s foreign policy

Boom! Hillary Clinton last weekend lowered it on her former rival and boss with her criticism of President Obama’s foreign policy: “Great nations need organizing principles,” said the former secretary of state, “and ‘Don’t do stupidShow More Summary

Clinton looking to 'hugging it out' with Obama

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EDGARTOWN, Mass. (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton's spokesman says the former secretary of state is not trying to attack President Barack Obama's foreign policy by voicing some differences and looks forward to "hugging it out" with her ex-boss at any upcoming party.

Hillary Clinton's Foreign Policy Is Already Terrifying

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is ready for battle. Photo via Flickr user World Resources Institute The Iraq War sank Hillary Clinton when she ran for president in 2008. The former first lady and then-US Senator's refusal to call her vote authorizing the invasion a mistake made her seem just enough like a George W. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton to end Syria beef with Obama by 'hugging it out' at a fundraiser

Former Secretary of State and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is using surrogates to signal that she's ready to squash this Syria beef with President Obama. "This could be awkward," wrote Washington burn-book holder Mike Allen. Show More Summary

‘DISTURBING, STOMACH-TURNING, GROTESQUE:’ Secretary of State John Kerry blasts image of terrorist’s son holding severed head

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday described a photograph of a Sydney-born 7-year-old boy clutching the severed head of a Syrian soldier as “one of the most disturbing, stomach-turning, grotesque photographs ever displaye...

Obama to see Clinton after criticism of his foreign policy

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By Jeff Mason EDGARTOWN Mass. (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will have a reunion with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday on Martha's Vineyard, days after the former top diplomat criticized the foreign policy vision of his administration. Show More Summary

John Kerry Horrified By Child Holding Severed Head: 'That Child Should Be In School'

Secretary of State John Kerry adamantly denounced a photo of a seven-year old Australian boy in the Middle East holding up a severed head for his terrorist father. The photo was published by Australian media. Kerry called it “one of the most disturbing, stomach-turning, grotesque photographs ever displayed.” “That child should be in school. Show More Summary

Greta Van Susteren Trades Barbs with New York Mag’s Frank Rich

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On Tuesday, Frank Rich published a column harshly critical of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and her memoir Hard Choices. Contained in his column, a dig at Greta Van Susteren.

State Department on Robin Williams: 'His Humor Was Just That Expansive'

Secretary of State John Kerry offered a tribute to actor Robin Williams Tuesday morning. “There wasn’t anybody Robin Williams couldn’t touch. His humor was just that expansive,” Kerry said in a statement dispatched by the State Department. Show More Summary

RNC Chairman: I ‘Prefer’ a Hillary Run in 2016

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RNC Chairman Reince Preibus said in a new interview with Real Clear Politics that though he think former secretary of state Hillary Clinton is “sending mixed signals," he would be okay with Republicans facing her in the next presidential election.

Dems' Padilla Wants to Turn Secretary of State into 'Redistricting Czar'

State Sen. Alex Padilla, the Democratic Party nominee for Secretary of State, has proposed legislation that, if passed, will allow the Secretary to act as a "czar" over local redistricting plans, rejecting those deemed unfair to minority voters. Show More Summary

Obama and Clinton to collide on Martha's Vineyard amid tension

Wherever President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton go, so goes the awkward tension. This week is no exception.

Obama, Clinton to attend Martha's Vineyard party

EDGARTOWN, Mass. (AP) — President Barack Obama will spend a bit of his summer vacation with Hillary Rodham Clinton, a get-together that comes amid signs that the former secretary of state is seeking to distance herself from Obama's foreign policy ahead of a possible 2016 White House bid.

Kerry condemns Syria decapitation photo

Picture of seven-year-old Australian boy holding severed head of Syrian soldier "grotesque", says US secretary of state.

U.S. to consider more support for Iraq once new government formed: Kerry

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The United States will consider additional military, economic and political assistance to Iraq once a new inclusive government is formed, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday. He urged Iraq's new Prime...Show More Summary

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