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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is inviting former foe Sen. John McCain to the White House, hoping one of Congress' most intractable foreign policy hawks will help sell the idea of a U.S. military intervention in Syria to a nation deeply scarred by more than a decade of war.
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Members of Congress urge Obama to consider their role when intervening in Syria.
The case of football player Steven Rhodes shows public pressure can push the NCAA to be less terrible.
The financial industry's case against a new Glass-Steagall Act doesn't hold up.
The Arizona senator offered candid thoughts to The New Republic.
'This ain’t your momma’s talk show,’ her new series on Pivot promises.
'The whole place is unraveling,' says McCain.
'It's very hard doing the Lord's work here in this city of Satan,' says Sen. John McCain.
The biggest banks have been reined in a bit, but more needs to be done.