Articles By Jeremy B. White

From Politics & Policy Aug 14, 2012

US House Republicans To Sue Attorney General Holder

Having failed to get the U.S. Justice Department to press contempt charges against Attorney General Eric Holder, House Republicans are planning to file a civil contempt lawsuit against him.

From Politics & Policy Aug 13, 2012

Afghan Officials Met Secretly With Taliban: Report

Afghan officials traveled to Pakistan for secret talks with an imprisoned Taliban member, a move that could signal tentative progress towards the Taliban striking a deal with the Afghan government.

From Politics & Policy Aug 13, 2012

Egyptian President Morsi Orders Army Chief Tantawi To Resign

In a resounding challenge to the Egyptian military's authority, President Mohammed Morsi has ordered Field Marshal Mohamad Hussein Tantawi to step down.

From Politics & Policy Aug 13, 2012

Racial Profiling Rampant At TSA: Report

A new program intended to identify potential terrorists has led to systemic racial profiling at Boston's Logan International airport, Transportation Security Administration officials told the New York Times.

From Politics & Policy Aug 13, 2012

Arab League Postpones Syria Talks As Aleppo Rebels Falter

The Arab League has indefinitely postponed a meeting to discuss the Syria crisis, suspending the effort to find a replacement for former United Nations envoy Kofi Annan.

From Politics & Policy Aug 13, 2012

With Ryan Pick, Romney Raises The Stakes

By nominating Ryan, Romney goes from an overly cautious focus on the economy to a broader statement about the size and role of government.

From Politics & Policy Aug 11, 2012

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Launches Rules To Protect Mortgage Holders

The Consumer Financial Protection Agency unveiled new regulations on Friday that would help shield consumers against foreclosures or sudden hikes in mortgage interest rates.

From Politics & Policy Aug 11, 2012

Republican National Convention Speakers: Who's Out?

There are plenty of former Romney rivals who will not get official speeches. Here's a rundown of the also-rans who won't be striding into the Republican Party's quadrennial spotlight.

From Politics & Policy Aug 10, 2012

Women's Rights, Religious Freedom Take Center Stage Again

President Obama and Mitt Romney are again trading barbs over the Affordable Care Act's mandate that insurers cover contraception, reviving a months-old debate pitting women's health against religious liberty.

From Politics & Policy Aug 09, 2012

Taxes, Taxes, Taxes: Latest Crossroads GPS Blitz Hits Dems [VIDEO]

The latest Crossroads ad buy seeks to link several vulnerable Democrats in tough Senate races to tax increases. Spots set to run in Virginia, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota and Nevada portray Democrats as proponents of higher taxes and needlessly expanded government.