Politics

Obama Names Ron Klain as Ebola Czar

President Obama names Ron Klain, a former chief of staff to Vice President Joe Biden, as the point person on the U.S. government's response to the Ebola crisis.


US Still Looking for Credible Syria Allies

Despite diplomacy and CIA ops, the U.S. still lacks a credible partner on the ground in Syria as it bombs the Islamic State group.


Ebola Response Defended, Nurse Moved

Health officials tried to assure the nation Thursday that they can head off an Ebola outbreak in the U.S. despite mistakes that let the deadly virus spread to two nurses and cleared one of them to fly.


IS Precursor to Genocide, UN Rights Chief Says

The spread of the Islamic State is a precursor of genocide, the new United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights said Thursday.


Joe Biden Dishes Mad Tea Party

At a closed-door meeting Tuesday with more than 100 black members of the clergy in South Carolina, Biden bluntly assessed the tea party wing of the GOP as "crazy."


Roberts Calls Orman a 'Liberal Democrat'

In an apparent smear attempt, Kansas Republican Sen. Pat Roberts accused independent challenger Greg Orman of being "a liberal Democrat" in Wednesday's debate leading up to the 2014 midterm elections.


Rick Scott Gets Blowback From 'Fangate'

Republican Gov. Rick Scott's efforts to turn Charlie Crist's habit of using a fan into a debate-night advantage disrupted the start of their second televised encounter Wednesday night.


Iran Looks at Compromise Nuke Offer

Iran is considering a U.S. proposal at nuclear talks that would allow it to keep more of its nuclear infrastructure intact while still reducing its ability to make an atomic bomb.


Perry Quits European Tour to Confront Ebola at Home

Texas Gov. Rick Perry will prematurely end his European trip following news of a second Ebola infection in his home state.


Obama Halts Trip to Address Ebola Crisis

The rare move to cancel a presidential trip reflected a growing sense of urgency at the White House to deal with the Ebola epidemic head-on.


Dems See Senate Hopes in South

In the South, where a Republican sweep of Senate races would all but guarantee a GOP takeover of the chamber, Democrats are pinning their hopes on North Carolina and Georgia.


Arkansas Court Says No to Voter ID Law

The Arkansas Supreme Court has struck down a state law that requires voters to show photo identification before casting a ballot.


ISIS Controls Iraqi Chemical Weapons Plant

The Islamic State now controls a Saddam-era chemical weapons facility believed to contain active weaponry in Al Muthanna, Iraq, the New York Times confirmed.


Dems Pin Hopes on Getting Out the Vote

Democrats are trying to increase participation from so-called fall-off voters those who sit home in non-presidential years.


US, Russia to Share Intel on ISIS

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said he and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov have agreed to step up intelligence sharing over the Islamic State group.


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