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Award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns is bringing his new film "Prohibition" to the National Constitution Center in the hopes of promoting more civil national discourse.
A government shutdown is inevitable because President Obama will insist on it. Nothing the Republicans do, short of total capitulation, will prevent this from happening. So the Republicans' task is to prevail in this inevitable confrontation and lay the groundwork for victory in 2012.
Just as they did the last time the party captured the House of Representatives, Republicans are pushing a major overhaul of the nation's welfare system.
Some reaction following the death of Elizabeth Taylor:
President Obama still holds to a naive faith in the empty promises of the toy nations of the Third World. He's learning what almost any of us could have told him about embracing an ally from the Arab League.
Hurray. "All Together Now — A Celebration of Service" honored former President George H.W. Bush and his "thousand points of light" sense of volunteerism Monday night at the Kennedy Center.
Gov. Mitch Daniels of Indiana has a book deal, but that doesn't mean he's running for president.
A n important position within the United States State Department remains vacant 26 months into the administration of President Obama. The post of ambassador at large for international reli-
For most diplomats, nothing can be more injurious than a slip of the tongue. But during 2010's "Snowmageddon," Australian Ambassador Kim Beazley endured a far more painful slip.