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(Undated) -- There's another sign that Jeb Bush will run for President in 2016. The "Financial Times" reports the former Florida governor is leaving his position as a paid adviser to the British bank Barclays at the end of the year. Earlier this week, the Republican announced he...
(Undated) -- There's another sign that Jeb Bush will run for President in 2016. The "Financial Times" reports the former Florida governor is leaving his position as a paid adviser to the British bank Barclays at the end of the year. Earlier this week, the Republican announced he...
(Washington, DC) -- Republican House Speaker John Boehner is having some holiday fun at President Obama's expense. Boehner posted a video rhyme on YouTube and jabbed President Obama's frequent use of executive actions. With Christmas music in the background, Boehner praised the...
(Undated) -- Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell says appropriate action needs to be taken in regards to the Sony hacking scandal. Powell tells "CBS This Morning" he isn't sure what kind of retaliation can take place against North Korea if proven it is indeed behind it...
(Undated) -- Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell is throwing his support behind President Obama's decision to mend relations with Cuba. Powell tells "CBS This Morning" it's time to move on. Powell adds that sanctions against Cuba won't be lifted any time soon. He...
(Tucson, AZ) -- Senator Jeff Flake is supporting President Obama's plans to normalize relations with Cuba. The Arizona Republican was one of three lawmakers who accompanied U.S. aid worker Alan Gross on his flight back to America after Gross was released from a Cuban prison...
(Undated) -- While one elected leader is slamming President Obama's move to restore relations with Cuba, some South Carolinians are applauding it. It's a move toward easing long-standing travel and trade restrictions between the U.S. and the island nation. Senator Lindsey Graham...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama say can they personally identify with racial bias in everyday life. The Obamas told "People" magazine that before moving into the White House, they experienced being treated differently because of their race. The...
(Washington, DC) -- The White House says the FBI is leading an investigation into the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment. U.S. investigators have determined that North Korea is behind the attack. Meanwhile, Sony has announced it's canceling the release of the...