3 Jun 2013 08:20 PM EST
Obama to Nominate 3 Candidates to Key Appeals Court
Any day now President Obama is expected to name the three candidates to fill vacant seats on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Kerry Says U.S. Came 'Late' to Syria Peace Effort
The remarks by Secretary of State John Kerry carried the implication that the Obama administration had moved too slowly in its first term on the Syria crisis. Mr. Kerry said that an international conference remained the best resolution for ending the fighting.
Christie decision on Senate vacancy could impact 2013 and beyond
As New Jersey stops to mourn the death of longtime Sen. Frank Lautenberg, political speculation has turned to whom Republican Gov. Chris Christie will appoint to succeed the late senator, and for how long. Christie's upcoming decision could have consequences on his re-election bid this year, where he's the overwhelming favorite.
A top Fed official is saying that the Federal Reserve should start to trim its massive bond-buying program next week, and spell out a clear path for phasing it out altogether. Most economists expect...
Former President Jimmy Carter told NBC News on Monday that he places Nelson Mandela alongside Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. and Mother Teresa as exemplars of inspiration and moral virtue in world...