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While it has long had superpower capacity, the United States has often demonstrated wallflower aggressiveness. It has held back. It has by and large refrained from the boldly interventionist tactics of history's past superpowers.
NEW YORK - Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will make a guest appearance on the Oct. 25 episode of the WB's "Gilmore Girls."
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright signs copies of her book, "Read My Pins," after being honored Monday by the Arizona Foundation for Women. Oct. 12, 2009.
The Nobel Foundation likely gave President Barack Obama its Peace Prize as an incentive to him — and the United States in general — to stay involved in international affairs, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said Monday.
This photo supplied by ABC shows Shirley Douglas portraying then Secretary of State Madeleine Albright in a scene from ABC\'s \"The Path to 9/11.\"
March 15, 2005
Arizona State University President Michael Crow has joined the Council on Foreign Relations, the nation’s top think tank on foreign policy.
July 29, 2004
"I read the article in Thursday’s paper titled, ‘Cities bypass property rights.’ Cities like Apache Junction have stooped to blackmail and turned the word democracy into something shameful.”
NEW YORK - New York Stock Exchange interim chairman John Reed aired his reform plan Wednesday and nominated eight members for a trimmed-down board to improve regulation. Critics say it may not be enough to eliminate trading abuses and conflicts of interest.
NEW YORK - A miniseries about the events leading up to the Sept. 11 attacks is "terribly wrong" and ABC should correct it or not air it, a group of former Clinton administration officials and Senate Democrats said in letters to the head of the network's parent company.
WASHINGTON - Criticized for his go-it-alone approach in Iraq, President Bush is trying to build a new consensus among allies wary of a U.S. leader whose policies are widely unpopular in Europe.
At least Romney had binders. Binders full of qualified women to fill cabinet positions, that is. Democrats mercilessly pounded Romney for the binders comment he made during the 2012 presidential campaign, but I’ll bet the Obama campaign now wishes Romney had passed the binders on to Obama since it seems he’s having a hard time picking women to fill his second term cabinet positions.
WASHINGTON - Training the police is as important to stabilizing Iraq as building an effective army there, but the United States has botched the job by assigning the wrong agencies to the task, two members of the Iraq Study Group said Wednesday.
NEW YORK - ABC's sudsy "Grey's Anatomy" passed a big test in the ratings and is earning a big reward.
WASHINGTON - Culminating years of frustration with the performance and behavior of the United Nations, the House voted Friday to slash U.S. contributions to the world body if it does not substantially change the way it operates.
WASHINGTON - Barack Obama, soon to be the first black U.S. president, is on the road to making good his pledge to have a Cabinet and White House staff that are among most diverse ever, although some supporters are asking him to go even further.
During this week's Democratic National Convention, Barack Obama badly needs to accomplish four tasks:
Pakistan opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was assassinated today in a suicide attack. Her death is a major blow to U.S. efforts in the war on terror.
OK, so now that it‘s finished and we’ve all had some time to think about it, be honest: did you really think that a girl from the West Valley was going to win the whole thing?
NEW YORK - Editing changes made by ABC to the first part of its miniseries "The Path to 9/11" were cosmetic and didn't change the meaning of scenes that had angered several former Clinton administration officials, a spokesman for the former president said Monday.
January 18, 2005
WASHINGTON - In a secret diplomatic mission, Saudi Arabia won a commitment from Afghanistan's Taliban rulers to expel Osama bin Laden in 1998, but the Taliban later reneged on the agreement, a federal panel said Tuesday.
NEW YORK - The opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange ushered in a new era Thursday, as the financial market began life without the charismatic Dick Grasso as its leader.