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Latest John Kerry Items
Government plans to exploit the BP oil spill for political purposes have had the perverse result of reinforcing one of the most damaging deceptions prevailing today — that pending climate and energy legislation would reduce our dependence on oil and on oil imports.
Democratic and Republican senators alike on Tuesday said they want to move forward with a clean-energy bill, but even after a meeting with President Obama there were few signs the lawmakers will be able to bridge a long-standing impasse over putting a price on carbon emissions.
After meeting with President Obama, Republican senators said there's a path for a bipartisan clean-energy bill this year, but the major fault line remains as Democrats said they still want any legislation to set strict controls on greenhouse gas emissions.
Congress voted overwhelmingly Thursday to impose sweeping economic sanctions on Iran to increase pressure on the regime in Tehran as it continues its nuclear program.
The Obama administration is secretly working with Russia to conclude an agreement that many officials fear will limit U.S. missile defenses.
The Obama administration's drive to win Senate approval of the New START arms treaty with Russia has hit a speed bump. Several senators are asking to see the secret negotiating record from the administration's official talks with Russia.
Today, Barack Obama is behaving like Richard Nixon, and may yet suffer like Jimmy Carter, in his attempts to deal with Iran in 2009.
Call it the Don't Forsake Me Tour.
One of the oldest phenomena of American elections - criticism of one's opponent - has in recent times been stigmatized by much of the media as "negative advertising."