Gail Russell Chaddock

Christian Science Monitor

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Politics Editor and Deputy Washington Bureau Chief for the Christian Science Monitor

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Benjamin Netanyahu seemed to be selling peace with the Palestinians today in a speech to AIPAC, the powerful pro-Israel lobby.

Obama Gives Netanyahu a Countdown to the Peace Process

Benjamin Netanyahu seemed to be selling peace with the Palestinians today in a speech to AIPAC, the powerful pro-Israel lobby.

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In Sweden today, President Obama shifted responsibility for punishing Syria -- "I didn't set a 'red line,' the world set a red line" – and said the credibility of Congress is on the…

Is the Syrian Crisis about More than Chemical Weapons?

In Sweden today, President Obama shifted responsibility for punishing Syria -- "I didn't set a 'red line,' the world set a red line" – and said the credibility of Congress is on the…

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The House and the Senate today passed a $150 billion economic package, which extends the payroll tax holiday and unemployment benefits for the rest of this year.

Gridlock Melts on Payroll Tax Cut Deal

The House and the Senate today passed a $150 billion economic package, which extends the payroll tax holiday and unemployment benefits for the rest of this year.

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