Obama, in Everglades, wades into climate change politics

Apr 23, 2015

Obama, in Everglades, wades into climate change politics

President Barack Obama strolled past reedy sawgrass and twisted mangrove tree roots in Florida’s Everglades on Wednesday, part of a push to get Americans thinking and talking about the damage climate change is causing close to home. Obama took a half-hour walk on the ...

Apr 19, 2015

Republican hopefuls bicker over America's role in world

Republican presidential hopefuls clashed over foreign policy at a conference Saturday in New Hampshire, a small Northeastern state that plays an outsized role in the presidential nominating process. Sen. Rand Paul, a first-term senator from Kentucky, lashed out at military hawks in the Republican ...

Chelsea Clinton steps into the spotlight

Apr 16, 2015

Chelsea Clinton steps into the spotlight

by Jennie Matthew

Chelsea Clinton’s star is rising. Photographed, interviewed and increasingly prominent in her family’s charitable empire, there is no more ardent cheerleader for her mother’s bid for the presidency. Photographed in a $1,500 Gucci dress and Cartier bracelet, the 35-year-old philanthropist, wife and new mother ...

Judge in Texas nixes Obama bid to lift delay on immigration order

Apr 9, 2015

Judge in Texas nixes Obama bid to lift delay on immigration order

A federal judge in Texas rejected the U.S. Department of Justice’s request to lift a temporary block on the Obama administration’s executive action shielding as many as 5 million immigrants from deportation. U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen in Brownsville said the government had not ...