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  • St. Pete Times on Rick Scott’s unprecedented security and media shutout

     
    The St. Petersburg Times took its turn pointing out the unprecedented level of security and media restrictions that the Rick Scott team put in place on his first day as governor. Here's an excerpt: Florida's new governor was the star of the most security-...
  • Obama speech text: Middle East has 'a choice between hate and hope'

     
    Obama addresses the Arab Spring and promises support for democratic reforms, both moral and financial....
  • Facebook's Zuckerberg slit a goat's throat? Wow.

     
    Among the more incongruous reports to come from the tech world lately is one describing awkwardly mild-mannered Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg dispatching a goat with a knife. That is, apparently, "the most kind way to do it," said Jesse Cool,......
  • ICYMI: Presidents Medvedev, Sarkozy and Obama speak out on Nagorna-Karabakh, finally

     
    Obama, Medvedev and Sarkozy urges final peace agreement after 17 years of peace talks....
  • The G-8's declaration on the Arab Spring

     
    Full official text from the Deauville G-8 Summit Friday, May 27, 2011....
  • Your Morning Fashion and Beauty Report: Chloe Sevigny plans runway show. Oprah wears L'Wren Scott. And Fergie picks up a FiFi.

     
    You might say actress Chloe Sevigny dabbles in fashion design, creating collections for Opening Ceremony sporadically and showing them rather casually -- at a concert, for instance, or over tea. But next month she's scheduled to present an actual runway.....
  • Can Gore change political climate?

     
    by William Neikirk Former Vice President Al Gore returned to the nation's capital today to issue a stunning challenge: The United States must abandon fossil fuels in generating electricity over the next decade to conquer the danger of global......
  • Bush, Europeans: World U.S.-view dim

     
    by Mark Silva At Camp David today, on a glorious, crisp fall day in the Maryland mountains in the midst of an international financial meltdown, President Bush huddled with the president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy, and the leader of the......
  • President Bush: 'Economic turmoil'

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush has gone to Peru. But Bush, making his last scheduled trip abroad as president, has not gotten away from the economic crisis that has beset his nation and many others near the close of his......
  • Obama's fun 'family photos' at G-20

     
    by Mark Silva How much fun can one have at a G-20 summit? President Barack Obama, by all appearances, would appear to be getting along famously with some of his counterparts. First there was that good meeting with the Russian......
  • Obama may visit camp relative liberated

     
    by John McCormick For much of his 84 years, Charles Payne has lived in Chicago in relative obscurity and watched his sister's grandson rise to the presidency. But now it appears possible that a painful part of Payne's own story......