The Secretary of State took the fall for the lack of security in Benghazi Monday, but in 2008 told then Senator Obama the “buck stops in the Oval Office.”
The Secretary of State commented to CNN that she was taking responsibility for the lack of security at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi before the attacks.
Secretaries of State — they’re just like us!
At a ceremony honoring Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi with the Congressional Gold Medal, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the Burmese Speaker of the lower house told her that they learned about democracy by watching old episodes of the West Wing.
A quick conversation between the president and the Secretary of State.
Just how Obama wanted it to.
A surprise walk-on by the current POTUS following the speech of the former POTUS leads to a hug out.
President Obama called for extending the Bush tax cuts today only for middle class Americans, defined as those making under $250,000. But several prominent Democrats have voiced disagreement with the President’s long held postion in the past.
Carville, Greenberg, Penn, and Schoen all say the re-elect is off course. The Obamans have always loved criticism from Clintonworld.
A tragic timeline of the man who would be president.
The city of Homs has been relentlessly pounded with bombs and tanks by the Assad regime in an attempt to crush the rebellion in Syria, leaving much of the city a shattered wasteland. These photos were taken over the past three months in Homs and illustrate why the international community has condemned Assad, with Hillary Clinton ratcheting up the pressure in recent days.
Congressional Democrats in 2006 attack President Bush for high gas prices saying they were “indicative of this administrations failed policies.” Now there’s no “silver bullet” to fix high gas prices.
Clinton was part of the Boys Nation when he shook the 35th President’s hand in the White House Rose Garden on July 24, 1963. Something else they had in common: Interns.
The New Jack hustler discussed 2016 with members of the press at the Sundance Film Festival this week.
Penn Jillette uses an atheism scale to rate the presidential candidates, from Obama to Romney. Do you know who the most religious president was in American history? Well, Penn is about to tell you.
Artist Eric Knapp does delightful line drawings of U.S. presidents paired with sassy salutations. This needs to be on currency.
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The United States along with more than 30 other nations have ceased to recognize Gadhafi as the head of Libya instead recognizing the rebel forces as the new leaders of the country. The new government plans to be a democracy as of now so this is potentially great news. To celebrate here are some pictures of “sad Gadhafi.”
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The United States, in concert with European air strikes, launched missiles into Libya today in an effort to enforce the United Nations no-fly zone and protect civilians from the regime of Muammar Gadaffi. Here is President Obama’s statement on the strikes, codenamed Operation Odyssey Dawn.
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Cue the speculation over her presidential aspirations in 2016.
Hopefully she has better luck with matrimony than her parents.
Chelsea Clinton’s husband is taking a break from his banking job to concentrate on being a ski bum.
An escalation in Facebook Mafia Wars almost causes an international incident. (Via)
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When Joe WIlson interrupted Obama’s speech by yelling “you lie” yesterday, it wasn’t the first time a presidential speech had been interrupted by a heckler or protester. Here are 10 videos of presidents getting cut off mid-speech by unruly audience members.
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