In Obama's Foreign Policy, Some See Patience; Some See Passivity A new Washington Post-ABC poll shows fewer than half of Americans approve of the way President Obama is handling international affairs. But the president's grade on foreign policy has actually improved slightly since the beginning of summer, even as Facing A Mass-Mailing Deadline, Lawmakers Get Frank Fast Members of Congress face a deadline next Thursday - 90 days before the election - to put constituent newsletters in the mail. Carefully timing the mailings is just one fillip in the fine art of congressional communications, especially those that migh With Prosecutors Circling, Ethics Questions Get Serious For N.Y. Governor New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo swept into office promising to clean up a state government so corrupt he once described it as "a joke." But now Cuomo himself has become the punch line, facing scrutiny over reports that his administration interfered with i Most Of California Reported To Be In 'Extreme Drought' In central and northern parts of California, conditions have worsened to the most extreme level, driven by hot weather and wildfires, according to the report. Because of its persistent drought, California's governor declared the state to be under a s As Ebola Surges, CDC Sends Aid And Warns Against Travel The Peace Corps is evacuating 340 volunteers from the region. Two of them were under observation after potential exposure to Ebola. Despite all of this, Frieden says he's confident that the outbreak can be contained - as long as health care workers a
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