Egypt's Morsi stands firm despite court order nullifying his recall of parliament Both the army and the courts have now come out in opposition to President Mohammed Morsi's decree to have parliament reconvene. But the Muslim Brotherhood, who run the legislature, are ignoring both. Reuters: In sign the standoff would not end swiftly ... 07/11/2012 - 4:51 am | View Link
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Topic Galleries In his first visit to Chicago since becoming director of the FBI, James Comey said today he is “painfully aware” of the city’s seemingly intractable gun ... 04/15/2014 - 1:34 pm | View Website
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Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Just in case there was any doubt, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg (I) made clear Wednesday that he won't entertain the idea of running for president in 2016. Read full article >>
The New York Times's Jeremy W. Peters reports Wednesday that, according to an anonymous source, outgoing Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius (D) is looking at a potential run for Senate back in her home state of Kansas. Read full article >>
If Kathleen Sebelius makes a run for the U. S. Senate in Kansas, as the New York Times wrote Wednesday that she is considering, the outgoing health and human services secretary would join a surprisingly long list of branch-crosssers who went from an appointed Cabinet position to an elected Senate seat, including two in office today.
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg is a smart guy. He not only made billions in the business world but he also got elected mayor of a massive city three times. All of which makes his seeming blind spot about how his persona could hurt his newly announced effort to build a grassroots gun control group that rivals the NRA all the more perplexing.
The latest Reuters/Ipsos survey shows the results of several weeks of nothing but good news about Obamacare.
Nearly one-third of respondents in the online survey released on Tuesday said they prefer Democrats' plan, policy or approach to healthcare, compared to just 18 percent for Republicans. This marks both an uptick in support for Democrats and a slide for Republicans since a similar poll in February.
A federal lawmaker from Arizona wants the Interior Department to investigate an active conservative group for what he alleges is unregistered lobbying. In a letter to Interior Inspector General Mary Kendall, Rep. Ra l M. Grijalva (D) on Wednesday called for an investigation into the American Legislative Exchange Council’s “aggressive effort” to change state laws regarding public land use.