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Jeb latest Bush to launch US presidential bid

Washington - Jeb Bush, son to one former US president and brother to another, threw his hat into the ring for the 2016 race Tuesday, announcing he was laying the groundwork for a campaign.

Jeb Bush, eyeing presidential run, to release emails

Washington - vJeb Bush, a son and brother of US presidents, says he plans to release an ebook and his emails from his Florida governorship, in the strongest indication yet he may throw his hat in the 2016 White House race.Bush -- son of George H.W.

Op-Ed: Bush/Cheney foster ISIS-ISIL

Once again former President George W. Bush and his careless gun-handling vice president, Dick Cheney, are getting off the hook. Let's blame the black guy.

Op-Ed: Australia busts up ISIS beheading plot

Sydney - Australian police say they broke up a plot by ISIS terrorists to randomly execute a victim. More than 800 police raided houses and vehicles in Sydney and Brisbane.

Op-Ed: Obama sends Air Force to aid Iraqi Christians

Sinjar - President Barack Obama, risking yet another attack for trying to clean up the Bush Administration’s mess in Iraq, has sent planes to drop food and other supplies to Christians fleeing Sunni Muslims.

Op-Ed: Obama gets big boost as thousands more get jobs

New York - If conventional wisdom, which holds that the economy is always the top issue, then President Barack Obama jump started his popularity Thursday. Americans will celebrate July 4 knowing many more have jobs.

Among living U.S. Presidents, Clinton & Bush Sr. rated highest

In a recent Gallup Poll regarding the likability of living U.S. presidents, which was conducted on June 5th through 8th, 64 percent of respondents said they had a favorable opinion of former President Bill Clinton, followed by Bush Sr. at 63 percent.

Op-Ed: Republicans want to spill more U.S. blood in Iraq

Washington - With thousands of American veterans unable to get medical care in a timely fashion, the Republican party is pressing President Barack Obama to do something forceful about the rising power of jidahists in Iraq.

Controversy drives Condoleeza Rice from speaking at Rutgers

New Brunswick - Bush-era Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has decided not to present this month's commencement address at New Jersey's largest university in the face of student protests.

Spanish Judge enforces torture probe against Bush and Cheney

On Tuesday, Judge Pablo Ruz at the Spanish National Court defied pressure to scrap a probe into alleged torture in the United States prison camp in Guantanamo Bay which targets former U.S. president George W. Bush.

Bush 3.0? Jeb hints at White House run

Washington - Last year family matriarch Barbara Bush proclaimed there have been "enough Bushes" in the White House, but recently son Jeb unambiguously revived prospects of extending the political dynasty.

Op-Ed: Can U.S. really claim the moral high ground on Ukraine?

American leaders have condemned Russia's stationing of troops in Crimea in the Ukraine. Can the U.S. really claim the moral high ground in saying Russia has no right to be in Crimea?

Op-Ed: Barack Obama's war against democracy

From Iran to Vietnam to Chile to Libya to Venezuela, the world is tired of America's opposition to democracy. The people with the world's best elections, according to Jimmy Carter, are fighting back against another American-sponsored attack on democracy.

Op-Ed: Barack Obama's war against democracy

From Iran to Vietnam to Chile to Libya to Venezuela, the world is tired of America's opposition to democracy. The people with the world's best elections, according to Jimmy Carter, are fighting back against another American-sponsored attack on democracy.

Op-Ed: Clay Aiken, politician to be

During the 11th grade I was "selected" (really my parents paid for the right) to participate in a "leadership conference" in Washington D.C.

Op-Ed: Obama again demonstrates his peacemaking expertise

Geneva - Twice in one year, as the winds of war blew, President Obama has avoided conflict. Some would say he has earned the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to him in 2009.

Former President George W. Bush to appear on 'Tonight Show'

The former president of the United States, George W. Bush, will appear on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" on November 19.

Op-Ed: Afghanistan — Soldiers and civilians die, the US rents a warlord

Washington - As the war in Afghanistan winds down there are more questions than answers relating to the accomplishments in more than a decade of war. Politicians want a positive spin, to tout success, but recent revelations of corruption tell a different story.

Peruvian bus crash death toll climbing

The body count of the Peruvian bus crash has now reached at least 33. The bus plunged into a river near the Peruvian city of Trujillo on Friday / early Saturday morning.

Bush tampered with intel report saying Saddam was not a threat

As an Iraq War veteran's "last letter" to George Bush and Dick Cheney goes viral on the anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, a famed former L.A. County prosecutor continues his campaign to expose what he says are the unplumbed depths of the deception.

'Guccifer' hacker exposes Bush family emails, photos, portraits

A hacker has exposed private correspondence and photos of members of the Bush family, including George H. W. Bush and his son George W. Bush, both former presidents of the US. The hacker identified himself on posted photos with the alias "Guccifer."

Tutu says 'playground bullies' should face trial at Hague

London - Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Desmond Tutu has called for former prime minister Tony Blair and former president George W Bush to face trial at The Hague International Criminal Court for their roles in the Iraq war, a war he says was based on lies.

'Game of Thrones' show apologizes for Bush's head on spike

The creators of the hit HBO show Game of Thrones have apologized for apparently using a prosthetic head resembling George W. Bush's face in a decapitation scene from a season one episode.

Op-Ed: Bush's two wars, an Obama continuation

As the joke goes, Barack Obama is the only Nobel Peace Prize laureate to kill civilians in drone strikes. If he's a peaceful president, then George W. Bush is a peaceful president, too.

Op-Ed: Years of deficit spending forcing tough decisions to be made

At some point, two bitter pills are going to be swallowed by American taxpayers: increased taxes and cutting back of some government perks. The wealthiest may be asked to pay their fair share for the huge slice of American financial pie they are enjoying.

Leno examines Obama's testiness with tax issue on 'Tonight Show'

In his opening monologue for the 'Tonight Show' on Tuesday, Jay Leno explored Obama's compromise on extending current tax rates - showing the president to be considerably annoyed.

Senate rejects two bills on partially extending Bush-era tax cuts

Over a rare Saturday session, Democratic Senators were unable to overcome Republican filibusters on two bills that would have extended Bush-era tax cuts for select income brackets.

Bush talks Decision Points, pokes fun at Zuckerberg, Facebook

Palo Alto - Former president George W. Bush participated in an hour-long discussion on Facebook Live with the site's founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg on his book tour to promote his recently released memoir.

T.A.R.P. aka the 'Wall Street Bailout' yields an 8.2% return

New York - Recent findings show that the $309 billion investment the government made in banks and insurance companies may have been proven to be a wise move.

Poll: Obama and Bush nearly tied on White House job performance

In a new poll released by CNN/Opinion Research Corporation, President Obama is nearly tied with George W Bush in terms of job performance in the White House.
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