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U.S. engagement on Iran must be realistic: military chief

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States needs to be realistic about its efforts to engage Iran, whose leaders are lying about Tehran’s nuclear program and are on a path to…

Ex-Clinton nemesis courts tea party

The prospect of Gary Aldrich claiming a bigger role in the movement has given its opponents ammo. Read more……

Murray possible as DSCC head

Nothing has been finalized yet, but the senator is seriously considering the offer. Read more……

Pelosi may go to Nobel Peace award

Her presence at the ceremony for a Chinese dissident may anger Beijing. Read more……

Marines most hostile towards gay troops

Marines most hostile towards gay troops

They are the few, the proud and perhaps the military’s biggest opponents of lifting the ban on openly gay troops. Most of those serving in America’s armed forces have no…

START puts Lugar on the spot

Obama is turning to the senior Republican to drum up support to pass the new START treaty. Read more……

Obama hit during basketball game, gets stitches

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama was accidentally elbowed in the face while playing basketball on Friday and received 12 stitches to his lip, the White House said. Read more…

Google travel bid hits turbulence

The search giant must persuade Washington regulators to approve its purchase of ITA Software. Read more……

Wikileaks must stop "dangerous" leaks: military

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks is endangering the lives of U.S. forces and people who support the United States around the world, the top U.S. military officer said, ahead…

Obama hit during basketball game, gets stitches

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama was accidentally elbowed in the face while playing basketball on Friday and received 12 stitches to his lip, the White House said. Read more…