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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Obama’s pivot on oil draws fire from left

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President Obama unveiled plans Tuesday to open swaths of the Atlantic and Arctic oceans to new oil and gas exploration, enraging Democrats and environmentalists who had cheered him just two days earlier for blocking drilling elsewhere. The Interior Department’s five-year lease plan would allow drilling in three areas off the coast of Alaska and one in a portion of the Atlantic for the first time in nearly four decades. The shift in policy, gas prices being at new lows, is dramatic for Obama, who’s been seeking to burnish his legacy as a president who has worked to stop climate change….

Clinton willing to testify before Benghazi panel, Democrat says

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By Martin Matishak – 01/27/15 05:19 PM EST Hillary Clinton is willing to testify before the House Select Committee that is investigating the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, according to the panel’s top Democrat. Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) on Tuesday said he has spoken to Clinton about the possibility of testifying at the request of Rep. Trey Gowdy (S.C.), the panel’s Republican chairman, and she “did not hesitate for one second.” “She said … I’ll do it, period,” Cummings said after the committee’s third hearing. Cummings said Clinton, who was secretary of State at the time of the Benghazi attacks, indicated to…

Obama visits Saudi Arabia’s new King Salman

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US President Barack Obama is heading a large, bipartisan US delegation travelling to Saudi Arabia following the death of King Abdullah. Mr Obama cut short a trip to India to make time for the visit, during which he will meet the new ruler King Salman. He is being accompanied by prominent Republican officials, including former Secretaries of State James Baker and Condoleezza Rice. Saudi Arabia is a key US ally in a region riven by war and rivalries. Mr Obama had been due to visit the Taj Mahal in India on Tuesday, but had to cancel to allow for the…

Obama presses India on equal rights

President Obama urged India to better protect religious freedom and ethnic equality in a farewell speech on Tuesday, arguing that “our nations are strongest when we uphold the equality of all our people.” In the speech to an audience of 1,500 at a government center in New Delhi, the president pressured India to do more to secure equal rights.   Alluding to the repeated reports of sexual violence against women within India, Obama said women needed not only to be treated fairly under the law, but able to “walk the street” without fear. “Every woman should be able to go…

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