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  • Silver gets Feb. 2 ultimatum to resign as NY Assembly speaker

    ALBANY, N.Y. New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is being given until Feb. 2 to resign his leadership position or he'll face an ouster by fellow Democrats as he fights federal corruption charges. The decision reached in an hours-long closed-door...
  • The root of US political paralysis is intolerance

    For the next two years, the chances are good that the U.S. government will be almost completely paralyzed. After the midterm elections, power is more perfectly divided between a president and Congress that detest each other. Each sees its main job as...
  • Cass Sunstein: Rand Paul's novel conservative judicial activism

    For many decades, the Supreme Court's 1905 decision in Lochner v. New York has ranked among the most universally despised rulings in the history of American law. In that long-repudiated case, the court struck down a maximum-hours law for bakers. A week...
  • Jonathan Bernstein: House members, stop fundraising in February

    Florida Democrat Ted Deutch has a challenge for his colleagues in the House of Representatives: "Fundraising Free February." "In February, Republicans and Democrats come back from their respective retreats enthusiastic about getting things done. If there...
  • Nigeria bonds won't come cheap as police want pay

    Nigeria needs cash as its oil-dependent economy reels from the collapse in crude prices, threatening to leave the government short of funds to pay costs from police salaries to fuel subsidies. That will probably spur the ruling party, which faces an...
  • Greece's new finance minister says Euro is like Hotel California

    ATHENS It's no secret what Yanis Varoufakis thinks Greece should do with its debt. The economics professor at the University of Athens, who announced his appointment as the country's finance minister in a posting on his personal blog on Tuesday, has been...
  • Russia, Belarus and China face renewed EU duties on welded tubes

    BRUSSELS The European Union renewed tariffs on welded steel tubes from Russia, Belarus and China for another five years in a bid to curb competition for EU producers such as ArcelorMittal. It let lapse similar levies against Ukraine. The duties as high...
  • Keystone backers predict final Senate passage by weekend

    WASHINGTON The U.S. Senate is on track to pass legislation to approve TransCanada Corp.'s Keystone XL oil pipeline by the end of the week, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said. The Keystone legislation stalled in the Senate on Monday as Democrats...
  • UN, US praise Congo parliament after approval of amended law

    KINSHASA, Congo The United Nations and U.S. praised the Democratic Republic of Congo's parliament for approving an amended version of an electoral law as calm returned to the capital, Kinshasa, after protests last week that left as many as 40 people dead....
  • Modi's new clean-energy goals face funding, political hurdles

    NEW DELHI India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi says the world's third-biggest polluter is ready to take on global warming. Money and politics stand in his way. Following meetings with President Barack Obama in New Delhi, Modi said India, a nation with...
  • Nation and world news briefs

    NATION NEW YORK Snow and powerful winds swept into the Northeast on Monday as a storm predicted to grow into a major blizzard prompted mass transit shutdowns, highway closures, thousands of airline flight cancellations and a ban on driving in New York...