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The Oddest Bedfellows? Try Obama and Rand Paul
Of all of Washington’s odd couples the oddest is President Obama and Sen. Rand Paul, who are finding common ground despite their obvious differences.
Mon, 22 Dec 2014 17:28:02 EST

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Obama's New Path: Plowing Ahead Solo
The six weeks since his party suffered historic losses indicate how the president plans to govern in his final two years: plowing ahead with his agenda regardless of the political fallout.
Thu, 18 Dec 2014 22:58:01 EST

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Congress Set to Get Lonelier in the Middle
Capital Journal: President Obama and GOP leaders in Congress seem to want to pull their parties together in the middle, but with fewer centrist lawmakers, that could become a lonelier place, Gerald F. Seib writes.
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 17:10:10 EST

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A Rare Bipartisan Success On Bill
This year’s Congress, best known for polarization and gridlock, ended with a rare bipartisan coalition staggering across the finish line, setting up a test of whether a political center could be sustained on other issues next year.
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 01:15:49 EST

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A Rare Bipartisan Success for Congress
This year’s Congress, best known for polarization and gridlock, ended with a rare bipartisan coalition staggering across the finish line, setting up a test of whether a political center could be sustained next year.
Sun, 14 Dec 2014 22:29:20 EST

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In Year of Setbacks for Obama, Low Oil Prices Bring Hope
Analysis: Washington Bureau Chief Gerald F. Seib writes that low oil prices stand to benefit the Obama administration not only in upside for the domestic economy but also in strategic advantage in navigating global hotspots like Iran, Russia and Vene
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 00:35:56 EST

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Senate Panel to Vote on President's Fight Against Islamic State
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is slated to vote on the Obama administration’s fight against Islamic State militants next week.
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 19:39:19 EST

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GOP Leaders Push Spending Plan Over Concerns From Right
House Republican leaders pushed ahead with a plan to avoid a budget showdown next week by funding the government well into 2015, banking on the prospect of help from Democrats to outweigh conservative opposition.
Wed, 03 Dec 2014 18:26:29 EST

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Why It Will Be Tough Fulfilling Business Wish List
Capital Journal: Washington Bureau Chief Gerald F. Seib explores the rousing victory pro-business interests had in the midterm elections and finds a lack of political consensus on key issues like immigration and corporate taxes.
Mon, 01 Dec 2014 13:43:15 EST

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Democratic Rifts Surface After Defeat
Long-muted tensions within the Democratic Party over policy and strategy are surfacing publicly, a sign of leaders looking beyond President Obama’s tenure in the wake of the party’s election defeat.
Fri, 28 Nov 2014 14:11:12 EST

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Changing World Shrank Hagel's Appeal to Obama
Capital Journal: The defense secretary’s job was to help complete the exit from Middle East wars. But with Obama now considering re-entering conflicts there, that helps explains why he will be exiting his job prematurely, Gerald F. Seib writes.
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 01:47:49 EST

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Fed Wary on Global Growth, Strong Dollar
Fed officials have become more concerned that weak overseas growth and a strengthening U.S. dollar will crimp the domestic economy and hold down inflation, making them more inclined to stick to low interest rates.
Thu, 09 Oct 2014 04:38:19 EDT

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Fed Wary on Global Growth
Federal Reserve officials have become more concerned that weak overseas growth and a strengthening U.S. dollar will crimp the domestic economy and hold down inflation, an outlook that has made them more inclined to stick to low interest rates.
Thu, 09 Oct 2014 00:09:59 EDT

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Three Worries in Islamic State Fight
President Obama's decision to go on the offensive against Islamic State fighters has risks: The terror group could use it as a recruiting tool, other groups could act and U.S. resolve could cool, Gerald F. Seib writes.
Tue, 16 Sep 2014 00:54:49 EDT

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U.S. Deficit Narrows in August
The U.S. budget deficit narrowed in August from the same month a year ago because tax revenue increased and government spending slowed last month.
Thu, 11 Sep 2014 14:00:31 EDT

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Pennsylvania to Expand Medicaid
The Obama administration has reached a deal with Republican Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett to expand the state's Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act.
Fri, 29 Aug 2014 06:46:54 EDT

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Why Watergate Lives On 40 Years After Nixon Resignation
Gerald F. Seib sees the roots of today's political cynicism and partisan divide taking hold during the aftermath of the Watergate scandal and President Richard Nixon's resignation.
Mon, 04 Aug 2014 19:52:14 EDT

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Why Watergate Lives On 40 Years After Nixon Resignation
Gerald F. Seib sees the roots of today's political cynicism and partisan divide taking hold during the aftermath of the Watergate scandal and President Richard Nixon's resignation.
Mon, 04 Aug 2014 19:52:14 EDT

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Why Tensions Are Rising Between U.S., Israel
Capital Journal: Washington Bureau Chief Gerald F. Seib looks at increasingly fraught U.S.-Israeli relations and finds mutual mistrust stemming from a broken peace process and ongoing talks over the fate of Iran's nuclear program.
Tue, 29 Jul 2014 14:44:42 EDT

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Why Putin Is Willing to Take Big Risks in Ukraine
Capital Journal:To understand what Vladimir Putin is really up to in Ukraine—why he is willing to take such risks—it's necessary to look at the tale of two countries, writes Gerald F. Seib.
Mon, 21 Jul 2014 19:51:57 EDT

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Seib: Growing Nationalism Could Prove Disruptive
Capital Journal: Nationalist movements and politicians are on the rise in Russia, across Europe and in Asia, reviving ethnic rivalries and calling into question internationally accepted borders and institutions.
Mon, 26 May 2014 22:36:26 EDT

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Obama's Task: Define New Foreign-Policy Mileposts
Capital Journal: In the sixth year of his presidency, President Obama is trapped in a giant foreign-policy paradox: His reluctance to get involved in new conflicts abroad is fully in sync with today's public mood—yet it somehow bothers Americans at t
Mon, 05 May 2014 22:00:01 EDT

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Kerry Sees Ukraine Crisis as Uniquely Putin's
Capital Journal: In an interview, Secretary of State John Kerry leaves no doubt that he sees Russia's actions in the Ukraine crisis as the product not of any collective Russian view of the world, but of the determination of an individual: Vladimir Pu
Tue, 29 Apr 2014 01:28:58 EDT

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Senate Republicans Seek Truce With Tea Party
As part of their goal to recapture control of the Senate, Republican leaders have been using quiet diplomacy to reduce the chances the party's tea-party wing will crown primary candidates who can be easily portrayed as odd or extremist, writes Geral
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 22:51:23 EDT

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Foreign Affairs Intrude on U.S. Political Debate
Capital Journal: The crisis in Ukraine is pushing foreign policy back to the center of American political debate, where it is likely to stay all the way through the 2016 presidential campaign, writes Gerald F. Seib.
Mon, 07 Apr 2014 13:26:37 EDT

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GOP's 2016 Hopefuls Begin to Take Their Lanes
Capital Journal: Washington Bureau Chief Gerald F. Seib examines the different types of Republican presidential hopefuls—establishment favorites, newbies—and their chances of securing the party nomination for 2016.
Mon, 31 Mar 2014 20:34:30 EDT

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U.S. Energy Exports as Foreign-Policy Tool
Capital Journal: The Ukraine crisis could be a blessing in disguise for a sagging president and a discredited Congress, giving them a chance to transform America's energy picture—and reduce Russia's leverage over Europe, writes Gerald F. Seib.
Tue, 11 Mar 2014 07:56:21 EDT

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New Cold War? Obama, Putin Are Split
Capital Journal: The American leader believes the world has moved beyond the Cold War, and his Russian counterpart seems more comfortable moving back into it, writes Gerald F. Seib.
Mon, 03 Mar 2014 19:39:48 EST



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