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“Forget about Bibi and Shelley, it’s really Finkelstein vs. Greenberg,” crowed Ha'aretz, Israel’s liberal daily newspaper.
Obama's political guru David Axelrod joins a long line of American politicos who are working outside their usual stomping grounds.
Analysis: Republicans bow to political reality and join a bipartisan effort at immigration reform.
Analysis: Hillary Clinton’s final act as secretary of state — congressional hearings over the Benghazi attacks — looks like it could be the start of a presidential campaign.
Kabul hopes for spy drones to increase its sovereignty, but the reality may not match the hype.
Four years ago Obama’s inaugural address carried a heavy load of internationalism. Not so much today.
As Afghan President Hamid Karzai makes the rounds in Washington this week, he is likely to find an administration much less receptive than in previous years.
The New Jersey governor lashes out at the “disgusting,” “irresponsible,” and “toxic” behavior of House Republicans in quashing a Sandy relief bill.
A look back at a year of trauma, tragedy and the worst presidential campaign ever.
Analysis: The Massachusetts senator gets the job for which he has been auditioning for years.
As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gets set to step down, even amid Benghazi woes many ponder her legacy and possible presidential run in 2016.
Analysis: The horrific mass killings in Connecticut may finally spark a real debate on gun control, but will it be enough?
Analysis: The savior of Iraq, the hero of Afghanistan — what is the reality behind the hype?
The CIA director’s resignation could have big repercussions for President Obama — but not yet.
The campaign — and this blog — come to a successful close.
Analysis: The election gives a resounding ‘no’ to the politics of anger and division.
The president handily wins re-election, and sets about healing the country’s deep divisions.
No complaints from Columbus voters as the voting proceeds.
Election Day dawns, bringing an end to the campaign, but not to the divisions within the country.
Allegations swirl that Ohio votes will be counted using experimental software, maintained by a firm with ties to Romney.