Well, President Obama landed in the briefing room today to talk about the possibility of a shutdown or a default, neither of which he seems to like. And the Republicans who might upend the apple cart are “extremists”: The American people have worked too hard to recover from a bunch of crises – several of them now over the last couple of years inflicted by
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The Iranian state news agency Fars is accusing CNN of “fabricating” its translation of a CNN interview between correspondent Christine Amanpour and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, and an independent analysis done for the Wall Street Journal finds CNN’s translation is in fact wrong. The CNN translation suggests Rouhani accepts that the Nazis committed the Holocaust against the Jews, since he is portrayed as using the word
Updated 10:25 am ET Even as the nation sits on the edge of a financial crisis driven by the need to incur more debt, the White House has found $300 million to send to mismanaged, financially beleaguered Detroit, according to CNN. The money is being taken “from programs that are available for cities across the nation, not just Detroit.” The action amounts to a backdoor
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