Sunday, March 01, 2015  
Netanyahu flies to U.S., ties fraying over his planned Iran speech

WASHINGTON/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Defying U.S. President Barack Obama, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu flew to Washington on Sunday to warn Congress about the risks of a possible nuclear deal with Iran in a speech that has imperiled ties between the two allies.

Goldwater: A Conservative Icon Cast in Bronze

David Shribman, PPG
WASHINGTON Â#151; One of the most important symbolic moments of the new Congress occurred earlier this winter and you almost certainly donÂ#146;t know a thing about it.Before several hundred people on the second floor of the Capitol Â#151; but virtually ignored by major media outlets Â#151; congressional leaders unveiled a statue commemorating the life of an ideologically rigid lawmaker who bent with the breezes of the time; a viscerally partisan political figure who drew pride from his work with opponents; a military aviator dedicated to peaceful pursuits, especially nature photography; and a presidential...


The Greatest (Party) Generation
The Russia That Died With Nemtsov
An Ally Goes Rogue
Hillary's Blundering Threatens Her Chances
Rand Paul's Outside-the-Beltway View

Copyright © 2015 Public News - PUBN  - all rights reserved