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Obama condemns killings of NYPD officers

President urges American to 'reject violence' and engage in 'patient dialogue.'         

December 21 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Obama: North Korea's hack not 'war,' but 'cyber vandalism'

President Barack Obama says he doesn't consider North Korea's Sony hack "an act of war."

December 21 CNN POLITICS

Obama Condemns Killing of New York Police Officers

President Barack Obama condemned the killing of two New York City police officers in a statement released by the White House late Saturday night.

December 21 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Political Memo: Role for Warren: To Push, if Not Supplant, Clinton

Senator Elizabeth Warren, who has denied plans to run for president, may challenge Hillary Rodham Clinton, in her own way, to focus on income inequality on the ...

December 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Delivery of Helicopters Shows Mending of U.S.-Egypt Ties

The Americans had imposed a hold on the Apache helicopters last year after the Egyptian military toppled President Mohamed Morsi.

December 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Military Medicine: Military Hospital Care Is Questioned; Next, Reprisals

Physicians, nurses and medical workers at military hospitals say they have been brushed off, transferred, investigated, passed over for promotion after they ...

December 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Cuban Exiles at Miami Rally Denounce Obama for Rapprochement

Hundreds of protesters in Miami excoriated the president for moving to normalize relations with Cuba, which they say will only shore up the Communist regime’s ...

December 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Obama Sounds Triumphal Note at Start of Hawaii Vacation

Unlike in previous years, the start of President Obama’s family vacation to the oceanfront enclave of Kailua, Hawaii, had the feel of a victory lap.

December 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Raúl Castro Thanks U.S., but Reaffirms Communist Rule in Cuba

In a speech on Saturday, President Raúl Castro thanked President Obama for “a new chapter” while also reaffirming that restored relations did not mean the end ...

December 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

For Cubans in Miami, the Gulf to Their Homeland Narrows

The re-establishment of U.S. diplomatic ties with Cuba brought widely different reactions in Miami, where first-generation exiles who remember Mr. Castro’s ...

December 20 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS