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  • Romanian parliament approves new spy chief

    The Romanian parliament has approved a new spy chief who has named the fight against corruption and cyber security in Ukraine as his priorities. Lawmakers voted 498-15 in favor of installing Eduard Hellvig to the post. The previous chief resigned after...
  • Chicago mayoral election: Results mapped by precinct

    Chicago mayoral election: Results mapped by precinct
  • Mailbag: Moorlach helped preserve airport settlement agreement

    Columnist Barbara Venezia ("Venezia: It looks like a sparring match between Moorlach and Wagner," Feb. 27) poses the question, "Who'll get your vote?" for state Senate. That question is easy for me to answer: John Moorlach. As president of AirFair, I...
  • Editorials from around Oregon

    Albany Democrat- Herald, March 2, on the clean-fuels program The Legislature has one more chance to kill the state's clean-fuels program, but the smart money says the House will pass the measure this week and move it to Gov. Kate Brown, who's expected to...
  • California lawmaker seeks tax on independent political spending

    A California lawmaker wants to stanch the outside money that freely flows in state elections by imposing a tax on such spending. Assemblyman Marc Levine (D-San Rafael) has introduced a bill that would impose a tax on independent expenditures--campaign...
  • Gerrymandering v. The People

    Gerrymandering v. The People
    The problem of legislative gerrymandering has been around for centuries, but the people of Arizona finally ran out of patience. They were fed up with being arranged into districts not to foster meaningful elections but to protect the interests of the...
  • Netanyahu faces a Congress unlikely to be swayed

    WASHINGTON Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is unlikely to change many minds, if any, when he makes his controversial speech Tuesday to a joint session of Congress to warn of the dangers of a nuclear deal with Iran. Most members of the Senate...
  • Rep. Schock reimburses taxpayers for private plane to Bears game

    Rep. Schock reimburses taxpayers for private plane to Bears game
    Rep. Aaron Schock billed taxpayers at least three times for a total of more than $14,000 in private air travel last fall, including for a trip to a Chicago Bears football game, The Associated Press has learned. The newly revealed expenses encompass...
  • Bills would change up Illinois primary, campaign financing

    The Illinois electoral system would see changes under proposals in the state legislature, including ones on primaries and campaign finance. The primary for state and federal elections would be pushed back to at least late June under two bills...
  • Israelis split on Netanyahu tactics still united on Iran threat

    JERUSALEM Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plans to lash out at the emerging U.S.-led nuclear deal with Iran in Congress this week will generate nearly as much anger among his opponents at home as at the White House. The anger in Israel,...
  • Sen. Barbara Mikulski won't seek sixth term

    Sen. Barbara Mikulski won't seek sixth term
    Senator Barbara A. Mikulski announced her retirement this morning in Baltimore. Mikulski, speaking at the podium by herself, said she spent considerable time thinking about how she wanted to spend the next two years and ultimately decided she didn't...