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Washington Bureau Chief and Columnist — Wall Street Journal

Washington bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal and author of the Capital Journal column. Follow my writings, posts and appearances at t.co/Skn602hyP3

Republicans and Democrats Approach 2016 With Different Priorities-WSJ/NBC Poll

blogs.wsj.com — In case anyone needed a reminder of why the U.S. has two major but quite different political parties, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll provides this one: Not only do Democrats and Republicans see issues differently, their views of which issues are most important are dramatically different as well.

Immigration Debate Caught in a Time Warp

wsj.com — Politicians like to say they are debating what should happen tomorrow, but way too often they are instead locked in argument about something that happened yesterday. A classic case: the current immigration debate. In three years of trying, Congress has failed in high-profile efforts to overhaul the nation's immigration laws.

Obama Expects Climate Change To Be on Agenda When Pope Visits

wsj.com — When Pope Francis visits Washington later this year, the man who will host him at the White House expects a meeting of the minds on at least one topic: climate change. President Barack Obama, in a Wall Street Journal interview on Monday, called the pope "an extraordinary individual, a transformative leader, not just within the Catholic Church,...

Obama Plans to Discuss Climate Change With Pope Francis

blogs.wsj.com — When Pope Francis makes a widely anticipated visit to Washington later this year, the man who will host him at the White House expects a meeting of the minds on at least one topic: climate change. President Barack Obama, in a Wall Street Journal interview, called the pope "an extraordinary individual, a transformative leader, not just within the Catholic Church, but globally."

Wizards or Bulls? Barack Obama Picks His NBA Playoffs Team

blogs.wsj.com — President Barack Obama may live in Washington, at least for another year-and-a-half, but has never left Chicago when it comes to one important matter: the NBA playoffs. In this year's professional basketball post-season, both the Washington Wizards and the Chicago Bulls are moving forward.

Obama presses case for Asia trade deal

marketwatch.com — WASHINGTON--President Barack Obama, facing a bitter struggle within his own party on free trade, warned that China will step into the economic vacuum the U.S. will create if it fails to complete and enact a proposed free-trade deal with Asia.

Obama Presses Case for Asia Trade Deal, Warns Failure Would Benefit China

wsj.com — WASHINGTON-President Barack Obama, facing a bitter struggle within his own party on free trade, warned that China will step into the economic vacuum the U.S. will create if it fails to complete and enact a proposed free-trade deal with Asia.

Obama escalates feud with his fellow Democrats over Pacific trade deal

marketwatch.com — President Barack Obama escalated a public feud over international trade with the liberal wing of his own party, a brawl that threatens to undermine one of the key goals for the White House this year.

Obama Escalates Feud With His Fellow Democrats Over Pacific Trade Deal

wsj.com — President Barack Obama escalated a public feud over international trade with the liberal wing of his own party, a brawl that threatens to undermine one of the key goals for the White House this year.

Obama Defends Proposed Pacific Trade Deal

wsj.com — President Barack Obama defended a proposed Pacific trade deal Friday against sharp pushback from his party's left, saying the agreement under negotiation would avoid the flaws liberals have rightly highlighted in earlier trade pacts.
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May 05, 2015

RT @MikeGarner9: @kasie Note: Huck didn't resign from his seat as Lt. Gov when he decided to run for the Senate in 1996.

May 05, 2015

Among other ways Republicans and Democrats differ, they have quite different priorities heading into 2016. on.wsj.com/1IbOojJ

May 05, 2015

While you've been watching other things, Obama's approval ratings have been steadily creeping up. on.wsj.com/1Ia1Vs8 via @WSJPolitics

May 05, 2015

RT @DavidLauter: DEA agents lock up 23 yo student for 5 days without food, water forget he's there, get slap on wrist latimes.com/nation/la-na-d…, DoJ IG reports,

May 05, 2015

Marco Rubio has appeal across a lot of Republican sub-groups, new WSJ/NBC News poll shows. Video: on.wsj.com/1IazZ7v via @WSJPolitics

May 05, 2015

Immigration trends have changed significantly, but the political debate about them hasn't: wsj.com/articles/immig… pic.twitter.com/fwPgmuBMns

May 04, 2015

Washingon health conversations focus on Obamacare. Real Americans' not so much, says @drewaltman: on.wsj.com/1I8LBb2 via @WSJPolitics

May 04, 2015

The immigration debate, in DC and the '16 campaign, is in a time warp: Trends have changed, the debate hasn't: on.wsj.com/1KH6cDd

May 04, 2015

RT @seibj10: Taking a closer look at Bryce Harper's impressive start to the season for the #Nats navyyardnotes.blogspot.com/2015/05/harper… Mixed bag but things looking up

May 04, 2015

Ukraine is the foreign-policy problem that has faded from view. It won't stay that way for long. Video: on.wsj.com/1bT9l6K

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