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Obama’s Exasperation–and Challenge to Middle East Allies

Stephen Sestanovich: Is Mr. Obama previewing greater activism—or checking out? It’s too late in his presidency to keep us guessing.

2:18 PM ET WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Cuban Foreign Ministry: No breakthrough in embassy talks

There has been no breakthrough on embassy re-openings at the conclusion of the latest round of talks between Cuba and the United States, according to a ...

2:11 PM ET CNN POLITICS

Is texting in the cockpit ready to take off?

As Memorial Day weekend kicks off, the Federal Aviation Administration is touting the expansion of new technology in both air traffic control towers and ...

2:10 PM ET CNN POLITICS

First Draft: State Department Releases Hillary Clinton Emails

The State Department said it was releasing 296 emails that Hillary Rodham Clinton sent and received when she was secretary of state, many related to the 2012 ...

2:01 PM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Senators Want China Disinvited From Naval Exercises

Sens. John McCain (R., Ariz.) and Sen. Jack Reed (D., R.I.) want Beijing disinvited from a big naval exercise next year.

1:54 PM ET WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Visting Synagogue, Obama Restates His Commitment to Israel

President Obama used a speech to knock down perceptions, fueled in part by recent tussles over Iran, that he lacks a commitment to Israelis and Jewish concerns.

1:43 PM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Study: Migrants, even with temp visas, get lower pay

Report shows that employers hold great sway over legal temporary workers.         

1:23 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Kimmel mocks Capitol cops who left Glocks in the can

The story had everything it needed to make the late-night comedy shows: guns, cops, bathrooms and bureaucracy.         

1:16 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Yellen Expects Fed to Start Raising Rates This Year

In a speech, the central bank chairwoman said she thought weak growth during the first part of the year most likely reflected temporary disruptions.

1:09 PM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS