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Biden says he's unsure he can commit fully to be president

Posted 9/11/2015 in National

Vice President Joe Biden said he is overwhelmed at times by his son's death and unconvinced he could commit fully to being president, in an emotional interview that cast a deep pall over his deliberations about the 2016 presidential race.

 

 

11 Republicans to share stage in next debate

Posted 9/11/2015 in National

Eleven Republican presidential candidates have qualified for next week's primetime debate.

 

 

House continues effort to snarl Iran deal

Posted 9/11/2015 in National

The House is continuing to flex its muscles on the Iran nuclear deal even though the Senate has already sealed its fate in Congress.

 

Republicans try to derail Iran nuclear deal in the House

Posted 9/10/2015 in National

Conservative House Republicans have embarked on an eleventh-hour political maneuver to derail the Iranian nuclear deal, saying they can't vote on it until the president coughs up copies of side deals Tehran negotiated with atomic inspectors.

Clerk who denied gay-marriage licenses goes back to work

Posted 9/9/2015 in National

After a five-day stint in jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis will return to work this week to face another day of reckoning.

 

For Hillary Clinton, an apology at last for email controversy

Posted 9/9/2015 in National

It took three interviews and five days for Hillary Rodham Clinton to say "I'm sorry."

 

 

Iran nuclear deal gains momentum; opponents step up pressure

Posted 9/9/2015 in National

The Iran nuclear deal is taking center stage in the presidential campaign as the agreement gains steam on Capitol Hill and lawmakers prepare for what could be the most consequential foreign policy vote of their careers.

 

Alabama murder mystery: What happened to Harper Lee's book?

Posted 9/9/2015 in National

Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Harper Lee politely knocked on truck driver Robert Louis Burns' door in rural Alabama one day more than three decades ago and asked him about the preacher he killed.

 

Kathleen Parker: Hillary Clinton, you can't manufacture trust

Posted 9/9/2015 in National

It's no longer enough to be a happy warrior; now our candidates must be joyful! Oh, joie.

 

 

Obama trying to boost free community college plan

Posted 9/9/2015 in National

With his plan for two years of free community college stalled in Congress, President Barack Obama is trying to put more oomph behind state and local programs that provide what he's been unable to offer nationally.

 

 

Congress starts Planned Parenthood hearings, accusations fly

Posted 9/9/2015 in National

A prominent abortion foe is accusing Planned Parenthood of violating federal laws barring for-profit sales of fetal tissue, while a defender of the group says it's done nothing illegal as Congress begins long-awaited hearings that are already weaving accusations, emotion and politics.

 

 

Trump-Cruz cozy relationship on display ahead of Iran rally

Posted 9/9/2015 in National

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's cozy relationship with billionaire businessman Donald Trump is drawing new attention as the Republican presidential contenders prepare to headline a Capitol Hill rally.

 

 

Kentucky clerk appeals her jailing

Posted 9/8/2015 in National

Attorneys for the Kentucky clerk who was jailed last week because of her refusal to issue marriage licenses to gay couples said Monday they have filed an emergency motion with a federal court that they hope will result in Kim Davis' freedom.

 

 

Congress plunging into debate on Iran nuclear deal

Posted 9/8/2015 in National

Lawmakers returning to Washington from their summer recess are plunging immediately into bitter, partisan debate over the Iran nuclear accord.

 

Fed-up supporters let Trump defy political gravity

Posted 9/8/2015 in National

Donald Trump insults and exaggerates.

Clinton says no email apology: 'What I did was allowed'

Posted 9/8/2015 in National

Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday she does not need to apologize for using a private email account and server while at the State Department because "what I did was allowed."

 

Military selects rarely used charge for Bergdahl case

Posted 9/8/2015 in National

Military prosecutors have reached into a section of military law seldom used since World War II in the politically fraught case against Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.

 

 

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