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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - William Cohen
An interim nuclear agreement between world powers and Iran presents "the perfect time" to press for the release of an ex-Marine being held on spying charges, a former defense secretary and three retired high-ranking generals wrote to President Barack Obama.
The U.S. has come far in the journey toward racial equality, but change must continue, former defense secretary William Cohen said on Monday.
Cyberwarfare is the hot topic in military and intelligence circles at the Pentagon amid unrelenting cyberattacks from China, Russia, Iran and elsewhere.
Years ago, Washington was rocked by revelations that no-bid contracts were causing the government to pay outrageous prices for routine purchases. One famous example was the $600 toilet seat that inspired then-Sen. William Cohen to quip, "It gives new meaning to the word throne."
President Obama sternly proclaimed ratification of the U.S.-Russia nuclear arms treaty "a national security imperative" Thursday, saying the Senate must act before Congress goes home for the year.
RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont judge has dissolved the civil union between two former lesbian partners and awarded custody of their 5-year-old daughter to the Northern Virginia woman who has renounced her homosexuality. The other woman was awarded regular visitation.
"We have got to change, Mr. President, and you have to take the leadership," Cohen said at the event, which drew roughly 750 people.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - The U.S. has come far in the journey toward racial equality, but change must continue, former defense secretary William Cohen said on Monday.