Back when the Clintons and Trump got along: a federal judgeship for Trump’s sister.
The press may sometimes over-analyze the nation’s voting blocs, but . . .
The Senate often is all set to vote on a nomination — unless one member decides to take the nominee hostage.
Congress may not renew the charter of the Ex-Im bank, but it’s not closing down for a long time.
Sometimes odd places can show up in early transcriptions of State Department briefings.
Can the outgoing ambassador to Finland maintain a low profile in the country?
The debate over the Boy Scouts’ move to lift the ban on gay troop leaders puts Scout president Bob Gates in the spotlight.
If he wins, Scott Walker would be succeeding President Obama as “president” of the BSA
A publisher is using one of the missives to promote a book about ISIS.
The fears of the merely wealthy, eager to earn postings at U.S. embassies, may be unfounded.