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President Obama Just Signed a Ted Cruz Bill Into Law

The measure, aimed at Iran, keeps "known terrorists" serving as U.N. ambassadors out of the U.S.

1889: What the White House Easter Egg Roll Looked Like

"A picture of domestic happiness which has never been equaled in the history of the venerable white pile," reported The Washington Post of the event.  

The U.S. and Russia Are Now Actually Agreeing on Something in Ukraine

Diplomats from nearly all sides have laid out a few requirements. But will Russia follow through?

Ready for Hillary Readies Its Ground Forces

The pro-Clinton super PAC is hiring four regional organizing directors to coordinate efforts on the ground across the country.

Playing the Name Game for 2016

The key question is not who will run, but what the intrinsic value of Democratic and Republican nominations will be.

Obama's Real Job: Fundraiser in Chief

The Supreme Court's latest campaign finance decision is going to put even more pressure on the president to spend time chasing cash.

LBJ Aide: Obama 'a Chicagoan, Not a Washingtonian'

Joseph Califano Jr. recalls how the 36th president was immersed in the ways of the capital, unlike the 44th.

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President Obama Just Signed a Ted Cruz Bill Into Law

The measure, aimed at Iran, keeps "known terrorists" serving as U.N. ambassadors out of the U.S.

1889: What the White House Easter Egg Roll Looked Like

"A picture of domestic happiness which has never been equaled in the history of the venerable white pile," reported The Washington Post of the event.  

The U.S. and Russia Are Now Actually Agreeing on Something in Ukraine

Diplomats from nearly all sides have laid out a few requirements. But will Russia follow through?

Ready for Hillary Readies Its Ground Forces

The pro-Clinton super PAC is hiring four regional organizing directors to coordinate efforts on the ground across the country.

Playing the Name Game for 2016

The key question is not who will run, but what the intrinsic value of Democratic and Republican nominations will be.

Obama's Real Job: Fundraiser in Chief

The Supreme Court's latest campaign finance decision is going to put even more pressure on the president to spend time chasing cash.

Obama: Fort Hood Shooting 'Tears a Wound Still Raw'

"It is love, tested by tragedy, that brings us together again," the president said at a memorial for the victims in Texas on Wednesday.

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