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Chicago Trib Gives Short Shrift to Emanuel's Ignorance on Origins of Airports' Names

In Chicago, incumbent Mayor and longtime Democrat fixture Rahm Emanuel floated the idea of renaming one of its airports after President Obama. After all, according to Emanuel, both of Chicago's major airports, O'Hare and Midway, areShow More Summary

Obama Floats the Idea of Mandatory Voting. The Right Pushes Back.

46 minutes agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

The president appeared to endorse mandatory voting laws this week, and his comments have a few Constitution wonks scratching their heads. In a speech before the City Club of Cleveland yesterday, Obama praised compulsory voting laws. “In Australia and some other countries, there’s mandatory voting,” he said, as CNN reported. Show More Summary

5 Radical Ideas Hillary Should Support

I've argued that Hillary Clinton is at risk of being a weak presidential nominee -- on several counts. She seems like yesterday's news rather than tomorrow's. The excitement of a having a breakthrough woman president is blunted by the fact that her husband got there first. Show More Summary

Syria's Assad says Islamic State has expanded since start of U.S. air strikes

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said in a U.S. television interview that Islamic State, which has seized swaths of territory in Syria and Iraq, has been gaining recruits since the start of U.S.-led air strikes against the militant group.

Conservatives Hate the Iran Deal Because They Hate All Deals

The conservative line on the Obama administration’s nuclear deal with Iran is that President Obama has been taken to the cleaners, either out of naïveté, or perhaps because he secretly hopes for Iran to obtain the bomb. It is possible that Obama has negotiated an unnecessarily weak deal. It is... More »

Procedural Purgatory

The Senate went home on Friday for a two-week spring break without confirming Loretta Lynch as attorney general. By the time lawmakers return, it will have been more than five months since President Obama officially tapped Lynch forShow More Summary

States Are Divided by the Lines They Draw on Immigration

1 hour agoNews : NYTimes: News

As some states battle President Obama’s executive actions in court, others move to incorporate unauthorized newcomers by offering them licenses and other benefits.

Uzbeks Vote on Expected 4th Term for Authoritarian

1 hour agoNews : NYTimes: News

President Islam Karimov, in power since 1989, faced three ostensibly opposition candidates who used their campaigns to praise the incumbent.

Charlie Rose Grills Syrian President Bashar al-Assad: When Will You ‘Give Up Power?’

1 hour agoNews : Mediaite

Four years after President Barack Obama declared that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad must give up his power, the leader still remains firmly in power, albeit in the midst of a brutal civil war that has cost hundreds of thousands of lives. Show More Summary

Bashar Assad to Charlie Rose: ‘If it Bleeds it Leads’

In his interview with Syrian President Bashar Assad, part of which aired tonight on “60 Minutes,” Charlie Rose asked about the weapons of war used in Syrian during the four year conflict. Assad used the opporutnitie to take a shot at...Show More Summary

Xi calls for development bank support

Chinese President also announces Chinese investment abroad will exceed $US500 billion in five years.

French conservatives surge in local elections

Former President Sarkozy's UMP set to win about two thirds of the 98 council polls, according to projections.

It Sounds Like Martin O’Malley Is Going To Run For President

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley pretty much announced he was running for president on ABC News’ This Week, saying “Let's be honest here, the...

In Delaying Vote on Loretta Lynch as Attorney General, G.O.P. Is in a Quandary

2 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

Republicans can accept Loretta E. Lynch, a nominee they oppose, because she backs the president’s policies, or reject her and live with an attorney general they loathe, Eric H. Holder Jr.

Trading Shots: On asking the tough questions and getting tough answers

A reporter asked Jose Aldo about fighter pay and the anti-trust lawsuit, and ended up getting into a tiff with UFC President Dana White. Danny Downes and Ben Fowlkes explore the issue in this week’s Trading Shots.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

O’Malley Attacks Dynasty Politics

Former Gov. Martin O’Malley (D-MD) attacked both Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, CBS News reports. Said O’Malley: “I think that our country always benefits from new leadership and new perspectives. Let’s be honest here, the presidency of the United States [...]

Dana White Thinks Aldo vs. McGregor Will Do $7 Million Gate

The UFC has put plenty of promotional muscle behind the highly anticipated bout between Jose Aldo and McGregor, and UFC President Dana White believes it's going to pay off. The longstanding featherweight champion is set to put his title...Show More Summary

Obama Lays Siege to His Critics

President Obama’s speech at West Point on Wednesday morning could be called a tribute to common sense, except that the sense it made is so uncommon. The ensuing cable pundits’ complaints—that it was insufficiently “muscular???...Show More Summary

Chelsea Transfer News: Major Rumours on Jose Mourinho's Likely Summer Deals

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has highlighted six possible transfer destinations for star striker Paulo Dybala this summer, and Chelsea are among the list of suitors for a summer move. As shared by ESPN FC, the list includes several...Show More Summary

Butler University President Says Lawmakers Damaged Indiana

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