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GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum criticizes President Obama's stance on Israel and Iran at AIPAC in Washington.

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Gingrich sidesteps staff exodus, blasts Obama over Israel in speechupdated: Mon Jun 13 2011 05:56:00

Republican Newt Gingrich sought to restart his foundering 2012 presidential bid Sunday in a speech that sidestepped last week's exodus of 16 top aides from his campaign and hammered the Obama administration over its Middle East policies.

Gingrich's campaign controversyupdated: Mon Jun 13 2011 05:56:00

GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich sidesteps mentioning the exodus of aides from his campaign.

Netanyahu gets his turn to talk to American pro-Israel lobbyupdated: Tue May 24 2011 15:09:00

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gets his chance Monday night to address the main U.S. Jewish lobby when he speaks to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee in the wake of U.S. President Barack Obama's remarks to the group the day before.

Netanyahu: Palestinians are holding up peaceupdated: Tue May 24 2011 10:40:00

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict persists because the Palestinians "refuse to end it," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the main U.S. Jewish lobby Monday night.

Obama rejects controversy over his stance on Middle East peace talksupdated: Mon May 23 2011 13:31:00

President Barack Obama said Sunday that any controversy over his remarks last week that Israel-Palestinian negotiations should start from pre-1967 borders and include land swaps was "not based in substance."

Mideast peace effort is a charadeupdated: Tue Mar 23 2010 14:51:00

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's Monday speech to America's leading pro-Israel lobby took on added significance in light of the spat between the U.S. and Israel over the expansion of Jewish settlements in occupied East Jerusalem.

Biden prods Israel on settlementsupdated: Mon May 11 2009 10:29:00

Vice President Joe Biden prodded Israel on Tuesday to halt the expansion of its settlements on the West Bank, a move he called a necessary step toward ending the decades-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Iran's leaders on 'wrong side of history,' Israeli president saysupdated: Mon May 04 2009 14:15:00

Iran's "fanatical rulers" pose a nuclear threat to the Middle East and "are on the wrong side of history," Israeli President Shimon Peres said Monday.

Clinton to suspend campaign, bucking for VP bid?updated: Wed Jun 04 2008 23:29:00

Sen. Hillary Clinton on Saturday will officially suspend her campaign for the presidency and "express her support for Senator Obama and party unity," her campaign said Wednesday.

Clinton to suspend campaignupdated: Wed Jun 04 2008 23:29:00

CNN's Candy Crowley talks about Sen. Clinton's plans to suspend her campaign and what she might do next.

Obama says he's humbled by victory, confident of party unityupdated: Wed Jun 04 2008 21:03:00

Sen. Barack Obama, the newly minted presumed Democratic presidential nominee, said Wednesday that it was "very humbling" to be the the first African-American to lead a major party's ticket and expressed confidence the party would unify behind him.

Obama: It's 'very humbling'updated: Wed Jun 04 2008 21:03:00

Listen to Sen. Barack Obama on the historic nature of what he's accomplished and his discussions with Sen. Clinton.

Obama addresses rumors at pro-Israel conferenceupdated: Wed Jun 04 2008 12:38:00

Sen. Barack Obama vowed Wednesday that Jerusalem must "remain the capital of Israel, and it must remain undivided."

Fortune: An anti-terrorist divestment campaign fires blanksupdated: Wed Mar 21 2007 12:07:00

On its face, a drive to force public pension funds to halt investment in companies operating in countries believed to be sponsors of terrorism - primarily Iran - is in full swing. Presidential cand...

Molly Ivins: Going after the deadupdated: Thu Apr 27 2006 17:29:00

It's nice to know that the investigative reporter Jack Anderson is still under investigation, although seriously dead.

Molly Ivins: The Israeli lobbyupdated: Wed Apr 26 2006 14:06:00

One of the consistent deformities in American policy debate has been challenged by a couple of professors, and the reaction proves their point so neatly it's almost funny.

Family denies FBI peek at late columnist's papersupdated: Tue Apr 18 2006 15:19:00

The family of late columnist Jack Anderson has rejected the FBI's demand to grant government investigators access to the famed muckraker's papers and notes.

Former Pentagon analyst pleads guiltyupdated: Wed Oct 05 2005 18:02:00

Former Defense Department analyst Larry Franklin pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiracy to divulge U.S. defense information to unauthorized people, namely an Israeli official and members of a pro-Israel lobbying group.

Pentagon analyst, lobbyists plead not guiltyupdated: Tue Aug 16 2005 13:36:00

Two former employees of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and a Pentagon analyst pleaded not guilty in federal court Tuesday on charges of unauthorized communication of national defense information and conspiracy involving such information.

FBI searches pro-Israel group's officeupdated: Wed Dec 01 2004 19:55:00

FBI agents searched the offices of a pro-Israel lobbying group Wednesday as part of an espionage probe, two government sources told CNN.

FBI looks at Pentagon worker in Israel spy probeupdated: Sat Aug 28 2004 00:18:00

The FBI has evidence that a person who has been working at the Pentagon may be a spy for Israel, senior U.S. officials have confirmed to CNN.

Fortune: POWER LOBBYINGupdated: Mon Dec 08 1997 00:01:00

Washington, of course, is about power. And in our story on Washington's Power 25, bureau chief Jeffrey Birnbaum delivers the authoritative taxonomy on the lobbyists who earn their living pressing m...

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