Articles by Stiehm, Jamie
President Barack Obama needs to make more friends in Washington.
Republicans in Congress are totally clueless that public acceptance of gays is rapidly changing.
It has become too easy for an American president, any American president, to go to war.
The pomp and circumstance surrounding Bush's presidential library cannot be the final say on his legacy.
A work by English composer Sir John Tavener had its world premiere in Washington on Sunday.
A former Bush administration official who supported the start of the Iraq War shouldn't shy away from speaking at his alma mater.
Washington wasn't asleep while Congress was away.
A new book shows just how well Hillary Clinton played the diplomacy game.
Recent events show a diversion from politics as usual.
A press eager to cheer on the troops got played in the march to war.