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World NowTreasury Secretary Timothy Geithner urged governments focused on the crisis in Syria to apply “maximum financial pressure” on the regime in Damascus, and he added that the United Nations could ultimately approve the use of force. Geithner,...
World NowIranian negotiators have countered a proposal from six world powers with their own plan to resolve the long-running dispute over Iran's nuclear program, according to a state-controlled Iranian news agency....
World NowKofi Annan, the architect of a six-point peace plan battered by persistent bloodshed in Syria, says his phased blueprint is "on track" for silencing the guns and ending 14 months of fighting some see as sliding into civil war....
World NowThe United States will work to free an American development worker kidnapped from Pakistan, but it "cannot and will not negotiate with Al Qaeda," White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said Monday after the militant group released a video of the...
Show TrackerGay marriage: Rick Santorum and Jon Stewart sound off on gay marriage....
Amid an aggressive campaign on what he calls "tax fairness," President Obama's own tax burden in 2011 was the lowest of his time in the White House. The president and first lady reported a joint adjusted gross income of $789,674 last year and paid $162,...
Tags: Joe Biden, Charity, White House, Mitt Romney, Government
The presidential campaign has quickly gone to the dogs. First, Mitt and Ann Romney found themselves explaining yet again their treatment of family dog Seamus, who rode along on family vacations strapped to the roof of the family car. (On one infamous...
To no surprise, among the throng of basketball fans enamored by the Knicks' Jeremy Lin is the one in the White House. President Obama was talking about the NBA's newest sensation on Marine One Wednesday morning, his spokesman Jay Carney confirmed,...
Weary of one last round of brinkmanship before the holidays, Congress reached a tentative deal late Thursday on a $1-trillion spending bill that would avert a government shutdown as both parties continued talks to extend President Obama's payroll tax...
The White House said Monday it remains hopeful that House Republicans will pass the Senate-backed bill that extends the payroll tax cut and unemployment insurance benefits for two months, despite House Republican leadership assertions that the chamber...
Imagine asking your boss' wife out on a date. Now imagine your boss is the commander in chief of the most powerful military in the world. None of that deterred Marine Lance Cpl. Aaron Leeks, who asked First Lady Michelle Obama on Friday if she would...
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