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Jan 13 2015
The latest signs that Mitt Romney is likely to run for president in 2016 may come as welcome news to former aides and supporters, many of whom received phone calls from the former Massachusetts governor this weekend.
But the prospect of another Romney campaign failed to capture the hearts of social and fiscal conservatives gathered this week in the nation's capital to hammer out theHuffPost
Jul 14 2013
When the White House thinks about how to measure the success of President Barack Obama's health care reform law, the most important number isn't the 49 million Americans who don't have health insurance. It's the 150 uninsured people in a single neighborhood in Los Angeles or Miami they want to reach.
The 2010 Obamacare law has sweeping aims and is projected to reduce the number of U.S.HuffPost
Apr 12 2019
The good news about polarization is that it’s overstated — most Americans just really don’t like partisan squabbles.
It seems that the only thing Americans can agree on is that we are living in an era of extreme political polarization. As we head into the 2020 presidential campaign, a striking 91 percent of people said in a recent PRRI survey that the country is divided over politics.Guest Writer - Left
Sep 24 2014
Speaking before the United Nations General Assembly Wednesday, President Barack Obama cited the racial strife in Ferguson, Missouri, as an example of where America has "failed to live up to our ideals."
Obama was giving a much-anticipated address on global leadership, where he laid out his justification for the United States targeting terrorists in Syria and Iraq.
"I realize thatHuffPost
Sep 03 2019
Mike Pence's decision to stay at Trump hotel in Ireland came after president's 'suggestion', top aide says
A top aide to Mike Pence defended the vice president's decision to stay at a Trump hotel during his trip to Ireland.
Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force Two, chief of staff Marc Short said the idea to stay at the Trump International Golf Links and Hotel in Doonbeg, Ireland, was a "suggestion" from President Donald Trump.
"It's like when we went through the trip, it's like,USA TODAY
Mar 18 2020
A prime minister-designate tries to form a government that lives up to young people’s democratic ideals – and protects Iraqis from the virus outbreak.
With courage and elbow-bump caution, lawmakers around the world are trying to carry on their work during the pandemic. The machinery of government still needs the grease of politics. This is particularly true in Iraq where a 17-yearChristian Science Monitor
Apr 26 2021
Eleanor Holmes Norton’s family has been fighting for equality since the 1800s, when her great-grandfather escaped slavery to come work in Washington, D.C., but – as she puts it – “didn’t quite find his freedom.”
She grew up in segregated neighborhoods, went on to Yale Law School, and has represented the District of Columbia in Congress for 30 years. Yet as a delegate, she has neverChristian Science Monitor
Nov 27 2019
Many PACE members and partners are all-too familiar with the challenges posed by polarization today. Looking at it through a scientific lens, however, can help. Science reveals valuable insights about the nature and impact of modern-day polarization. It can also illuminate effective tools for bridge-building.
The Problem of Toxic Polarization
Why is polarization in the U.S.PACE
Dec 27 2014
Bobby Jindal is Indian-American, but you’ll never hear him describe himself that way. Marco Rubio insists he’s an “American of Hispanic descent.” And Ted Cruz “certainly” identifies as Hispanic, but he didn’t run for office as “the Hispanic guy.” These Republican lawmakers, along with African-American conservative favorite Ben Carson, look poised to make the 2016 GOP presidential field thePolitico
Jun 06 2019
French president praises multilateralism of Nato and EU while offering gratitude to US
France’s president, Emmanuel Macron, has appealed directly to Donald Trump to fulfil the “promise of Normandy” by embracing pillars of the postwar peace such as the European Union and Nato as the two leaders marked the D-day landings 75 years ago.
In a speech that trod a fine diplomatic line,The Guardian