By Katie Mettler Katie Mettler Reporter covering breaking news and features Email Bio Follow While Americans continue to fume over President Barack Obama’s directive last week that schoolchildren must
After vowing not to put boots on the ground, Obama has now committed troops to Syria and Yemen. Here we go again Peter Van Buren May 17, 2016 8:45am (UTC) This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch.
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WASHINGTON — President Obama has begun preparing for a transition to the next president of the United States — leaving open the possibility that the next president could be a third-party candidate. In
By Katie Mettler Katie Mettler Reporter covering breaking news and features Email Bio Follow The circus’s leading ladies wore nothing special for their farewell performance Sunday — no extra bedazzle,
The photographer Renaud Philippe returned to the epicenter of last year’s 7.8-magnitude earthquake to document what progress has been made in some of the hardest-to-reach villages. Before April 25, 2015,
We asked two experts about the complexities of invading the Islamic State. Though President Barack Obama announced the US would send 50 special forces troops to Syria in October, and though America, along
It started out as a joke, but my petition ended up attracting more than 50,000 signatures and becoming a national news story. This week, an anonymous internet person calling himself the "Hyper Rationalist"
News First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter. Why Trump’s flip-flops matter: In the space of hours
Tweets from https://twitter.com/politico/lists/team-politico Donald Trump's comments regarding punishing women in the event abortions become illegal was "terrible," Mike Huckabee said Thursday, and his
John Kerry’s job is being made harder by the run-up to the 2016 election. The US secretary of state—America’s chief diplomat—has finally opened up about the impact of some of the comments made by presidential