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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - George Stephanopoulos
Dan Pfeiffer, a senior adviser to President Obama, said Sunday that research about possibly replacing Vice President Joseph R. Biden in 2012 was never seriously considered.
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday he would not vote for a deal to reopen the government and raise the debt limit if it cannot attract support in the Republican-led House, arguing there is little point in claiming victory if a deal does not pass muster in the other chamber of Congress.
Former President Bill Clinton said during a recent televised news interview that he was shocked by the message Republicans were sending in their fight against President Obama’s signature health care reform: We hope it fails. That means the GOP is “begging for America to fail,” he said.
Former President Bill Clinton, appearing Sunday on ABC's "This Week," said a 2016 presidential run by wife Hillary Rodham Clinton would be better than her first.
Political pundits already have begun to analyze and hype the likely 2016 Democratic presidential primary fight between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Vice President Joseph R. Biden.
Actress Reese Witherspoon recalled that she panicked, said some "crazy things" and even claimed to be pregnant the night she was arrested in Atlanta on a disorderly conduct charge.
Jason Collins said he has gotten "incredible" support since coming out as the first openly gay player in one of the four major U.S. pro sports leagues, and hopes he may have made the path easier for others to follow.
Jason Collins said he has gotten "incredible" support since coming out as the first openly gay player in one of the four major U.S. pro sports leagues.
America still loves the 1980s and Ronald Reagan, say producers of an upcoming National Geographic Channel miniseries on the decade. And Americans would still vote for Reagan.
The next Republican presidential candidate could very well be in favor of same-sex marriage, said GOP strategist Karl Rove, during an interview on ABC.
Republican Mayor Mia Love of Saratoga Springs, Utah, said she is "seriously" considering a rematch with Rep. Jim Matheson for the race she lost by only 700 votes in November.
President Obama dismissed the notion that an American pope would be too closely aligned with the U.S. government, pointing out that America's Catholic bishops "don't seem to be taking orders from me."
Robin Roberts made her return to ABC's "Good Morning America" Wednesday, five months to the day after receiving a bone marrow transplant and a year since she started feeling symptoms of the ailment that has sidelined her since August.
Jake Tapper is leaving the White House beat at ABC News to become CNN's chief Washington correspondent and anchor of a one-hour weekday news program.
Reports of the death of Grover Norquist's tax pledge have been exaggerated. The left is doing its best to make tax hikes appear to be a foregone conclusion. The pressure is now on Republicans to break their word and sign on to the old trick of approving more revenue for Uncle Sam in return for spending cuts that will never happen.
"Then why was the research done?" host George Stephanopoulos asked.
"Research is done on a lot of things,"