Politics

Secret Service Director Steps Down

Former special agent Joseph Clancy, now with Comcast, will take over as acting Secret Service director.


Voters in Midterm Elections: 'We Need Jobs'

It's not Obamacare or climate change. It's not terrorism. Nothing matters more to voters in the midterm elections than the economy, according to a new AP-GfK poll.


Obama, Netanyahu Meet to Mend Ties

President Obama called for an end to Palestinian civilian deaths and Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu warned against leaving Iran with nuclear capabilities.


Kurdish Militia Still Lack Weapons, Training

The U.S. and Western allies have committed to arming the Kurds, yet the front-line fighters have yet to receive much equipment or training.


Charges Dropped Against Moazzam Begg

Moazzam Begg, a former Guantanamo Bay detainee, has been released from prison after U.K. prosecutors dropped seven terrorism-related charges against him linked to the conflict in Syria.


U.S. Launches Further Raids as IS Advances

U.S.-led forces carried out at least five air strikes against the Islamic State outside the Syrian-Kurdish town of Kobane.


Jimmy Carter Still Going Strong at 90

Jimmy Carter has set the record for the longest post-presidency of any former occupant of the White House, surpassing Herbert Hoover for the honor in 2012.


Court Sets Aside Part of N.C. Voting Law

A federal appeals court panel is ordering parts of North Carolina's strict new voting law set aside for next month's elections because it is likely to disenfranchise black voters.


U.S., China at Odds Over Hong Kong

The top U.S. and Chinese diplomats are publicly airing differences over the protests in Hong Kong, where students want democratic changes to the electoral system.


Grimes, McConnell Make Mad Dash for Cash

It's that magical time of year, when politicians send more emails asking for money than a fake Nigerian prince.


Covered California Users Grateful but Frustrated

Alain Datcher knows there's a sad truth about the newly minted Medi-Cal card he carries in his wallet. It opens a few doors, but only takes him so far.


Mumia Abu-Jamal to Deliver Commencement Address

Students at a Vermont college have gone a different route with their commencement speaker. They've invited a convicted cop killer.


Calif. Gun Restraining Order Expected to Prevent Suicide, Rampages

California's first-in-the-nation gun restraining order legislation was born out of a college-town rampage that left six people dead at the hands of a killer whose family felt helpless to stop him.


Obama Seeks Traction From Economic Recovery

The airstrikes against Islamic State extremists have introduced a new complicating factor into the fall campaign, forcing both sides to reassess their closing messages.


Secret Service Let Armed Man in Elevator With Obama

President Obama rode an elevator this month with an armed security contractor who had three criminal convictions, a violation of Secret Service security protocols, according to reports.


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