15. 12. 2014

Gaze: The face of Army-Navy

Each year the Army Navy Football game is right of passage for the cadets of West Point and the midshipmen of the Naval Academy. For seniors it marks a final highlight of their...

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12. 12. 2014

Hill views: Another shutdown showdown

  The hallway outside the Democratic Caucus room last night was a scene of high drama. As the House recessed early afternoon, it became clear that House leaders would have to whip votes...

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09. 12. 2014

VPOTUS: The Father-daughter road show

The program opened with a tough question on the release of a US torture report. The questioned, asked by Politico’s Lois Romano, was answered by Vice President Biden as the right thing to...

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08. 12. 2014

Optics: Holding Holder

  Portrait made today of US Attorney General Eric Holder during a press conference in Alexandria, VA. Holder took the stage with Sec. Duncan to announce a new program designed to assist youths...

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04. 12. 2014

Hill views: Dec. 4

   

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03. 12. 2014

Optics: Hillary Clinton at Georgetown

Washington Post reporter Dana Milbank and I were thinking along the same lines Wednesday. While seated toward the back of an auditorium at Georgetown University awaiting a speech from Hillary Clinton, we shared...

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02. 12. 2014

Sec. Johnson ‘clashes’ with House GOP

Described as a ‘clash’ by Politico, Homeland Security Sec. Jeh Johnson appeared before Congress on Tuesday to defend the President’s executive actions on immigration.   There were certainly some tough exchanges. Towards the...

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17. 11. 2014

Arrivals: LGA + DCA

Two new iPhone views of arrivals to NYC’s LaGuardia airport over Manhattan and the Jefferson Memorial en route to DC on Sunday.

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17. 11. 2014

Cocktails with Bill

Say what you will about the former President, but Bill Clinton can still draw an enthusiastic crowd. With little more than a few hours notice, I flew down to Little Rock, AK at...

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14. 11. 2014

Senate scrum

The area just outside the Senate chambers at the US Capitol is not huge. When word broke that Senate leaders were meeting behind closed doors to discuss new leadership, media flocked and the...

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