JULIE PACE

Who's an outsider? GOP establishment fears loss of standing

WASHINGTON - Republican leaders in Washington have spent years casting tea party allies and hardliners in Congress as merely a restive minority, a fringe element to be tolerated. Read more

For GOP candidates, a fight to define party's foreign policy

WASHINGTON (AP) - For Republicans, this week's presidential debate highlighted a brewing fight to define the party's foreign policy posture, exposing divisions among candidates about the U.S. Read more

In year of diplomatic wins, Obama still dogged by Syria

NEW YORK - In a year of diplomatic breakthroughs, President Barack Obama can't escape the shadow of Syria's intractable crisis. Obama arrived for his annual trip to the United Nations this week eager to tout the restoration of U.S. Read more

Obama's personal ties with Xi yield mixed policy results

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama has invested more time building personal ties with Chinese President Xi Jinping than with most other world leaders. Read more

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