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(Cairo) -- Secretary of State John Kerry will discuss possible disruptions in oil supply with Gulf countries as a result of the bloody insurgent campaign in Iraq. Kerry is touring countries in the Middle East and Europe this week. He's expected to squeeze in a trip to Iraq at...
(Undated) -- In this week's Republican address, Congressman Fred Upton of Michigan is outlining steps the House will take next week to make the most of America's energy abundance. Upton says the GOP-sponsored legislation will save families money and boost employment. Congressman...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is using his weekly address to preview Monday's "Summit for Working Families." Business workers and leaders will gather at the White House to discuss the challenges working parents face every day, like paid family leave. The President also...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama urinal cakes have been spotted at a conference of the Faith and Freedom Coalition. A writer for the "Huffington Post" spotted the urinal cake sculpted to look like the Commander-in-Chief in a urinal at the coalition's "Road to Majority" event...
(Washington, DC) -- Democrats and Republicans continue tangling over the IRS scandal involving the targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny. In a House hearing, Wisconsin Republican Paul Ryan accused IRS Commissioner John Koskinen of not being believable. Democrats...
(Nairobi) -- The U.S. is moving some of its diplomats out of Kenya amid a wave of terrorist attacks. All American embassy staffers are also being ordered to stay away from Kenya's Indian Ocean coastline, where at least 65 people were killed over a two-day span earlier this week...
(Undated) -- Secretary of State John Kerry says he will not run for public office again. Kerry spoke about his future in politics on NBC's "Today." He made sure to qualify his statement with "never say never." Kerry also responded to critics questioning his lack of success with...
(Madison, WI) -- Prosecutors involved in the John Doe investigation are now accusing Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker of being deeply involved in what they call a wide-ranging "criminal scheme." Governor Walker says prosecutors should not be building a case against him...
(Undated) -- Congress is hitting the National Security Agency where it hurts. The House voted Thursday night to strip funding from two of the NSA's most controversial programs. The funds cutoff hits domestic surveillance aimed at Americans, and NSA's direction that hardware...