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2:14 AM - Thursday, March 05, 2015
3/3/2015 - The Guardian / Sam Jones
Charity’s UK chief executive admits its ‘global legacy’ honour to former British prime minister has damaged the organisationSave the Children has apologised to those who were upset by its decision to give Tony Blair a “global legacy award” last . . .
3/3/2015 - dailykos.com
Centrist Democrats are in a twit. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren has reenergized the Democratic party, delivering a distinctly pro-Main Street message that resonates with average Americans across party lines. That has really ticked off t . . .
12 hour ago - WSJ.com
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu declared in a speech to a joint session of Congress that an emerging diplomatic agreement with Iran would ensure that Tehran eventually acquires a nuclear weapon.
3/3/2015 - Latest Politic
Renowned painter Nelson Shanks says he included a shadow of Lewinsky's infamous blue dress in the painting. Bill Plante reports from the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
3/3/2015 - Washington Post / Chris Cillizza
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had a very simple message for a joint meeting of Congress on Tuesday: America is pretty great.Time and time again, Netanyahu heaped praise on the United States and referred to America's indispensable ro . . .
17 hour ago - The Fix / Chris Cillizza
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has built his political career on his unapologetically confrontational approach to, well, everything. But now, amid a surprisingly competitive runoff race for a second term, Emanuel is confessing that his brash person . . .
3/3/2015 - dailykos.com
The FCC approved net neutrality this week. In effect it ensures the internet will remain open. It will be regulated just like any other utility ensuring that corporations cannot gouge customers or create unfair advantages. Fox News i . . .
12 hour ago - CNN.com
Everyone in Washington is talking about Hillary Clinton's email controversy -- except Democrats in Congress.
17 hour ago - The Huffington Post
Today, the Supreme Court heard a landmark case that directly impacts the lives of millions of Americans. At issue in King v. Burwell are the tax credits that millions of Americans in approximately three dozen states receive in order to enable t . . .
17 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Rahel Gebreyes
To Muslim mosque members in the Los Angeles area, Craig Monteilh was known as Farouk al-Aziz, a French Syrian looking to reconnect to his Islamic roots. But behind the devout facade and convincing knowledge of Islam, Monteilh was spying for the . . .
5 hour ago - The Guardian / Nicholas Watt
No 10 letter to chair of broadcasters’ debate committee draws condemnation from Nick Clegg and head of Labour election campaignDowning Street has issued a “final offer” to broadcasters over the election television debates, declaring in a pointe . . .
5 hour ago - Washington Post
Hillary Clinton on Wednesday night responded to mounting criticism over reports that she relied exclusively on personal email during her tenure as Secretary of State, calling on the State Department to release a trove of e-mails from her years . . .
20 hour ago - WSJ.com
The spat in the U.S. over the Israeli prime minister’s speech before Congress is mirrored in his home country as elections approach.
3/3/2015 - CNN.com
For residents of this town just across the bridge from Mexico, it's hard to understand how a Washington political fight could end up threatening the livelihood of people charged with securing the border.
3/3/2015 - Washington Post / Hunter Schwarz
More than 50 Democrats skipped Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech before Congress Tuesday. At issue was that Netanyahu had been invited by Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) instead of the White House -- a breach of diplomatic protoco . . .
3/3/2015 - Washington Post / Chris Cillizza
The New York Times' report Monday night that Hillary Clinton never used an official government e-mail address during her time as secretary of state, a possible violation of requirements for federal officials to archive their correspondence, is . . .
14 hour ago - Washington Post
1. Full Department of Justice report on Ferguson.2. Full Department of Justice report on Michael Brown shooting death.3. Why data-driven campaigns should think like Facebook. Campaigns and Elections.Read full article >>
3/3/2015 - Washington Post / Reid Wilson
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich (R) was laid to rest Tuesday morning, less than a week after committing suicide at his St. Louis area home. Schweich had been a candidate for governor, but the pressure of an insidious, anti-Semitic whisper campaig . . .