The White House East Room continues to be a sequester-free zone, as President and Mrs. Obama will be given yet another command performance there Wednesday, this one honoring the music of one of their major political supporters, Carole King. King campaigned for Obama in 2008 and... -
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An American contractor imprisoned in Cuba has settled a lawsuit in which he accused the company he was working for when he was arrested and the U.S. government with failing to warn him about the risks of working on the communist-controlled island.
Ousted IRS acting commissioner Steven Miller is testifying. -
CANNES (Reuters) - Oscar-winning Iranian director Asghar Farhadi premiered his latest tightly wound family drama at Cannes on Friday, confirming critics' advance buzz it would prove a contender for the film festival's top prize.
Don’t know if he had read my piece or not, which said the same thing and originally ran Thursday afternoon. But either way I’m glad to be in good company. I hope, with this being broadcast on Brett Baier’s show – and with Megyn Kelly also talking about it... -
This the rather brave CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson, wondering why they media cover some stories and not others. But you and I already know why. -
ORLEANS, France (Reuters) - The European Central Bank will keep its loose and growth-supportive monetary policy stance in place for "quite a long time", ECB executive board members said on Friday.
FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - Europe's ailing car market ended a streak of 18 straight months of falling sales, though a number of one-off factors suggested that a sustained recovery will be harder to achieve.