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The times they are a-changin'. There's a new power force in Washington, and it's running the show right now, deciding the very fate of the nation.
When a joint session of the U.S. Congress gave Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu 29 standing ovations - four more than President Obama received for his last State of the Union message - there was little doubt that Israel is an integral part of the American body politic. It was a hard-line speech by an Israeli on the right of the Israeli spectrum that firmly rejected Mr. Obama's proposal for Mideast peace: The pre-1967 war frontier with minor land swaps for both sides.
Actress Cate Blanchett and former conservative Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser are among prominent Australians who threw their support Monday behind the unpopular government plan to tax major polluters for the carbon gas they emit.
If you want to know the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth on D.C. vouchers, don't listen to the liberals, who are so desperate to contradict conservatives and true proponents of school choice that lying has become their very convenient truth.
President Obama has reversed course on his administration's policy of limiting criticism of Iran's human rights abuses, speaking out Sunday in support of imprisoned dissidents seeking democracy in the Islamic republic.
One of the District's most popular Republicans has rejected an offer from Mayor Vincent C. Gray to serve on the city's elections board.
The Swiss are set to vote Sunday on a referendum that would limit the right to bear arms and upend centuries of tradition of civilians keeping military weapons at home in Europe's most gun-friendly nation.
Thousands of Belgians staged a march of "shame" in the capital Sunday to demand a government after a seven-month impasse between Dutch- and French-speaking politicians, a European record.
Bills filed in the Indiana House that would ban workers from being required to pay union dues could spark a debate so divisive that Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels wants to avoid the issue.