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Why is Boehner suing the President again?

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Is House Speaker Rep. John Boehner's lawsuit actually a political stunt? Chris Hayes discusses.

Cupp: Obama is the photo op President

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S.E. Cupp makes her case for President Obama to be one of the biggest photo op President's in history, contrary to his belief. Paul Begala and Reps. Karen Bass and Bill Flores debate. Begala takes on Rick Perry 'conspiracies'Paul Begala criticizes Rick Perry's 'conspiracies' about the immigration crisis. Reps. Bass and Flores debate. Outrage: J.Crew unveils 000 sizingS.E. Cupp is outraged that J.Crew has unveiled a size 000.

After stunning World Cup loss, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff pledges country will recover

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It was a stunning loss for a country that views soccer as a religion. If Brazil has been shell-shocked since its 7-1 rout by Germany in the semifinals of the World Cup, the President who staked so much on the Cup, Dilma Rousseff, pledged in an exclusive interview with Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday that the loss will not shake the national psyche. “There is one hallmark and feature about football,” she told Amanpour at the presidential palace in Brasilia. “It is made of victories and defeats. That’s part and parcel of the game.” “And being able to overcome defeat I think is the feature and hallmark of a major national team and of a great country.” Brazil, like so many other middle-income countries around the world, has been engaged in the great project of modernization, and lifting millions out of poverty. Rousseff has had a long education in Brazilian politics – first as a left-wing guerrilla battling Brazil’s military dictatorship, then as right-hand woman to the heavyweight of Brazilian politics, former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Despite the country’s deep-seated passion for soccer, its move to host the World Cup was controversial. Brazilians across the country turned out in the streets to protest the vast sums the government spent on stadiums and how they were built. Rousseff was booed and jeered as she watched the opening match pitting the host nation against Croatia. Now as she gears up for re-election in October, can President Rousseff push forward with Brazil’s grand transformation?

Brazil President: ‘My nightmares never got so bad’

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Amanpour's full interview with President Rousseff airs Thursday at 2pm ET, 3pm Sao Paolo, 8pm CET on CNN International. (CNN) - Never in her worst nightmares did Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff imagine such a crushing soccer defeat, she told CNN's Christiane Amanpour in an exclusive interview on Wednesday. "My nightmares never got so bad, Christiane," she said through an interpreter. "They never went that far. As a supporter, of course, I am deeply sorry because I share the same sorrow of all supporters. But I also know that we are a country that has one very peculiar feature. We rise to the challenge in the face of adversity. We are able to overcome." Brazil, she said, will recover from this "extremely painful situation." "Being able to overcome defeat I think is the feature and hallmark of a major national team and of a great country." Dilma Rousseff e a derrota do Brasil

What no other President has said on climate

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President Obama acknowledged a fundamental truth about our dependence on fossil fuels that hardly any one in a position of power ever seems to acknowledge: we just can't burn it all.

President Obama’s unlikely defender

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Rand Paul came to President Obama's defense on Sean Hannity's conservative radio program about the escalating violence in Iraq. Lawrence O’Donnell talks to David Corn.

President says he will act alone

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Obama abusing his power over immigration reform?

What would world be under ‘President’ Cheney?

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He was wrong about Iraq, and still is, but some people still want to see Dick Cheney back in power. Ed Schultz and Lionel discuss.

GOP’s continued attempt to impeach president

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In "Ask Ed Live," Ed Schultz explains the rationale behind the Republican thought process over attempting to impeach Pres. Obama.

EXCLUSIVE: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko

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Part 2: Poroshenko: No tolerance for corruption Ukraine's new President Petro Poroshenko says he wants to change the country and stop corruption. Part 3: Poroshenko is the 'Chocolate King' Petro Poroshenko told CNN's Christiane Amanpour how his chocolate business got caught up in politics of Russia tensions. Brussels, Belgium (CNN) - New Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says peace is possible if Russian President Vladimir Putin is in the right mood. "Sometimes, the position of Mr. Putin is quite pragmatic, sometimes it is very emotional," Poroshenko told CNN's Christiane Amanpour on Thursday in an exclusive interview, his first broadcast interview since taking over as Ukraine's leader on June 7. "I just try to find out the time when he is more pragmatic than emotional." He said negotiations with Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine would continue on Friday, the day his unilaterally declared cease-fire expires and the day that he also will sign a cooperation agreement with the European Union that sparked the crisis in his country.

Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón makes economic case for tackling climate change

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Is climate change a crisis “we can’t afford to ignore”? “For most of decision-takers – either governments or businessmen – the main obstacle is on the economic side,” Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Tuesday. “So as the American campaign once said, ‘It's the economy, stupid’” – referring to the informal slogan of Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign. A growing chorus of power brokers are making the case that tackling climate change makes economic sense above all else. The latest is Former U.S. Treasury Sectary Henry Paulson, a Republican who served under George W. Bush. He has now joined an army of top U.S. business leaders with an economic analysis of doing nothing, called “Risky Business.” “It is possible, completely,” Calderon said. “We can have economic growth, poverty alleviation – we can create jobs being responsible with the environment.”

Could Iraq turn into Lebanon? ‘Maybe,’ says Iraqi Kurdish President

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You can see Amanpour's full interview with President Barzani here. In this web extra, Christiane Amanpour asks Iraqi Kurdish President Massoud Barzani if Iraq could have a Lebanon-like civil war. “I hope it will not be like Lebanon, but maybe," he says. Click above to watch.

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