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Iran’s man grabs European spotlight

Iran’s man grabs European spotlight

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif: “We have never been forgiven by the United States for having exercised our right to self-determination.” | Kerstin Joensson/AP Photo Foreign Policy The Iranian foreign minister lashes out at the United States and demands Europe do more to save the nuclear deal. By DAVID HERSZENHORN 02/17/2019 01:39 PM EST…
How Does a Straight White Male Democrat Run for President?

How Does a Straight White Male Democrat Run for President?

Bill Scher is a contributing editor to Politico Magazine, and co-host of the Bloggingheads.tv show “The DMZ.” Of the nine candidates officially running in the Democratic presidential primary, only one is a heterosexual white man. And that guy, former Rep. John Delaney, generally polls somewhere between zero and 1 percent. But of the 17 Democrats…
Trump bets on North Korea to break his losing streak

Trump bets on North Korea to break his losing streak

North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un (right) walks with President Donald Trump during a break in talks at their U.S.-North Korea summit in Singapore on June 12, 2018. Skeptics have scoffed at the possibility that Trump can convince Kim to give up his nuclear arsenal. | Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images foreign policy The president is quickly…
2020 hopefuls hunt for viral moments

2020 hopefuls hunt for viral moments

There is nothing quite as valuable — or lucrative, or unpredictable — as a moment that catches fire online | Scott Olson/Getty Images 2020 Elections Campaigns are courting social-first online video outlets and taping their candidates constantly after watching big moments pay off in 2018. By ELENA SCHNEIDER 02/17/2019 06:55 AM EST A few minutes…
Nauert withdraws from consideration to become UN ambassador

Nauert withdraws from consideration to become UN ambassador

Heather Nauert was a Fox News host prior to becoming the State Department's spokeswoman. | Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert has withdrawn herself from consideration to become the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, the State Department confirmed on Saturday. “I am grateful to President Trump and Secretary [of State Mike] Pompeo…
The One Trait That Predicts Trump Fever

The One Trait That Predicts Trump Fever

Timothy P. Carney is commentary editor at the Washington Examiner and a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He is the author of Alienated America: Why Some Places Thrive While Others Collapse, from which this is adapted. “Sadly, the American Dream is dead.” After rambling, off script, for most of his 50-minute speech to…
Bernie Sanders records video announcing 2020 campaign

Bernie Sanders records video announcing 2020 campaign

It is unclear when, or even whether, the video of Sen. Bernie Sanders will be released. | Sean Rayford/Getty Images Bernie Sanders, inching closer to a second bid for the White House, has recorded a campaign video in which he says he is running for president in 2020, according to two people familiar with the…
Harris hustles to lock down California en route to the nomination

Harris hustles to lock down California en route to the nomination

While the Democratic presidential field is still taking shape, the lack of an in-state competitor plays to Sen. Kamala Harris’ advantage. | Denis Poroy/AP Photo 2020 ELECTIONS ‘Our strategy runs straight through California,’ says a top adviser. But a subpar performance in her home state could also sink Harris’ candidacy. By CHRISTOPHER CADELAGO 02/16/2019 06:49…
Dems prepare to force Trump to reveal private talks with Putin

Dems prepare to force Trump to reveal private talks with Putin

Reps. Eliot Engel (left) and Adam Schiff speak during a news conference in 2017. The pair are exploring how best to legally compel the Trump administration to turn over information related to the president’s one-on-one discussions with Vladimir Putin. | Mark Wilson/Getty Images Congress Key chairmen met with the House general counsel in a bid…
Mueller: Manafort deserves 19.5 to 24.5 years in prison for Virginia convictions

Mueller: Manafort deserves 19.5 to 24.5 years in prison for Virginia convictions

Special counsel Robert Mueller's team recommended a fine for Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, between $50,000 and $24.4 million. | Drew Angerer/Getty Images Mueller investigation Prosecutors made a clear reference to Manafort’s time atop Trump’s 2016 campaign, noting his 'repeated misrepresentations to financial institutions were brazen' during that time. By DARREN SAMUELSOHN…
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