One survey found that 48 percent of registered voters disapprove of Republicans' invitation to Netanyahu to address Congress without notifying Obama. But Netanyahu is now seen positively by 30 percent of US voters, up from just 24 percent last August, according to a WSJ/NBC poll.
Barbara Mikulski, the longest-serving female senator in US history, has been a legislative force in her home state and the nation for a generation. In stepping down, she’ll create a huge political opening in a state where top-level positions are generally stable.
The deadline fight over DHS funding illustrates Speaker John Boehner's continuing dilemma: How to get things done in Congress when the tea party wing of the GOP in essence filibusters its own caucus in the House of Representatives.
Prior to Clinton, no secretary of State used personal e-mail exclusively. At the least, the action may have violated National Archives rules that government e-mails sent from personal accounts be preserved for historical record.
When Baltimore residents talk about Barbara Mikulski, who grew up and still lives in the city, the first thing they talk about is The Road – a proposed superhighway that ran into opposition from the future senator.
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Paramilitary soldiers stand guard near the Great Hall of the People, where the National People's Congress will be held, in Beijing, Wednesday. About 3,000 delegates to the annual meeting of China's parliament will meet on March 5 for a session that normally lasts about 10 days.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald is apologizing for falsely claiming he was part of the military's elite Special Forces. The question is whether retired Special Forces members will consider his offense trivial.
President Obama evoked Harry Truman's description of the presidency as an 'enlarged governorship' during a dinner with the National Governors Association. More than a few attendees are likely hoping to prove the adage right.