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Gen. Michael Hayden said President Obama’s response to privacy concerns was telling for what it...
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Lon Snowden said his son should fight espionage charges at a public trial.
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"We’re in the middle of the end of the apartheid struggle now," Rev. Jesse Jackson said.
"We will not be able to stay” without security agreement, the Defense secretary said.
The Senate Democrat signaled that an emerging budget deal would not include an extension.
“I believe the threat has become greater, not lesser,” Rep. Michael McCaul said.
“If the Iranians renege, if they cheat, then the deal is off," a lawmaker said.
"I wouldn’t begin the process by conceding anything on enrichment,” Schiff said.
“It really is an ordeal to be part of public life," Paul said.
The Kentucky Republican said an extension beyond 26 weeks does a "disservice" to workers.
Timothy Dolan on Sunday said the debate is not over.
"Get your act together," the New York archbishop said.
“You see the interest out there … people want healthcare,” David Plouffe said.
“I think that senators are going to be in a great position” to highlight benefits, he said.
The Tennessee Republican said he hopes the U.S. is “able to have a better endgame.”
“Americans are hungry for … leadership,” the Wisconsin governor said.
Dean said that Obama would have a second shot to make a good impression with ObamaCare.
Americans are in more danger of terrorist attacks than ever, Feinstein and Rogers said.
The New York Democrat insisted it “does not seem proportional.”
The secretary of State on Sunday defended the new agreement on Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
“The necessity is that we fix this access to it,” the House minority whip said.
Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) cautioned Obama “from overselling this deal.”
The No. 2 House Democrat stressed that U.S. had not taken a military option off the table.
"We've got all the leverage ... and we've let them out of the trap," he said.
Rep. Mike Rogers said nuclear deal softened the one policy that was pressuring Tehran.
“It’s a tipping point, people are awake now,” she said.
Top lawmakers on the House Foreign Affairs Committee expressed skepticism about deal.
The Tennessee Republican said that Iran views President Obama’s team as “weak."
The secretary of State cast the nuclear deal as the first step in a long process.
"We're going to stick to the original plan because it's a better bill," the Democrat said.
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend said she is going to "focus on things I can do to make a difference."
Democrats are not losing confidence in ObamaCare, Pelosi said Sunday.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Republicans' next presidential nominee should be a governor.
The Wyoming Senate candidate said Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.) and other Republicans "got used."
The prime minister said pressure on Tehran is "finally working."
“We have a policy disagreement” with White House, one industry group's leader said.
Clyburn said politics is behind most Democratic votes for GOP's "keep your plan" bill.
The New Jersey Democrat wants to "send a very clear message" to Tehran.
"We know the sanctions got us here," the Tennessee Republican said.
The New Jersey governor positioned himself squarely as a Washington outsider.
"Democrats will be able to run on ObamaCare as an advantage,” Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz said.