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  • Hard fight ahead to win approval of peace process in Colombia

    BOGOTA, Colombia When Colombia's Congress is seated on Sunday it may set the stage for one of President Juan Manuel Santos' fiercest political battles yet: winning approval for the peace process. Santos' U Party will be the biggest single block in a...
  • Bill and Hillary Clinton's deal: a 52-year pact

    As political marriages go, few have fascinated the American public more than Bill and Hillary Clinton’s 38-year union. Their bond faced strenuous tests during their journey from the Arkansas governor’s mansion to the White House. With the...
  • la-blank-file-test-2

    Their bond faced strenuous tests during their journey from the Arkansas governor's mansion to the White House. With the stress and legal hassles of the Whitewater, Monica Lewinsky and impeachment cases, many voters openly wondered whether the couple would...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Special Voter Registration Session in Granby

    Tuesday, July 29th from 2:00 to 4:00 pm Registrar's Office at Granby Town Hall 15 North Granby Road, Granby, CT The Registrar of Voters will be holding a special session of voter registration two weeks before the Republican primary. This is an opportunity...
  • Allentown developers cultivating political influence

    The two men who have bankrolled much of the billion-dollar transformation of downtown Allentown are hoping to convert that commercial revival into a political force. City Center Investment Corp. co-owners Joe Topper and J.B. Reilly have launched a...
  • Hillary Clinton Draws Hundreds To Book Signing In Madison

     Hillary Clinton Draws Hundreds To Book Signing In Madison
    MADISON — Hillary Clinton, the former first lady and secretary of state who is said to be considering a run for president, drew hundreds of people who waited hours to meet her at a book signing at R.J. Julia Booksellers on Saturday. "I shook...
  • Two challenge Ian Richards for Broward County Court judge

    Broward County Judge Ian Richards knew he would be challenged when he decided to run for re-election this year. Six years ago, the politically unknown Richards unseated an incumbent judge, Claudia Avalos. He did it quietly, favoring door-to-door...
  • Endorsements -- our best choices, not marching orders

    "Who do you think you are, telling me how to vote?" I've heard that question — often more profane versions of it — in response to endorsements since I started working in newspapers nearly a quarter-century ago. My short answer is that...
  • Federal government moves to reduce sentences of 46,000 drug offenders

    Federal government moves to reduce sentences of 46,000 drug offenders
    The U.S. Sentencing Commission voted Friday to slash the sentences of 46,000 inmates serving time for drug offenses, the latest move by federal officials to ease decades-old policies that have clogged the nation's prisons. If the decision is not blocked...
  • Congressman optimistic Obama will grant immigrants legal status

    Congressman optimistic Obama will grant immigrants legal status
    In a fiery speech at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Saturday, U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) said he was confident after meeting with President Obama last week that the president will move forward in the coming months with an executive order that...
  • Rich is better Democrat, but Crist has better chance

    Former state Sen. Nan Rich, a true blue Democrat, expresses in just a few words the reason she and not Charlie Crist should be her party's choice to face Gov. Rick Scott in November: "We need to make sure we don't have two Republicans running in the...