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  • Is liberal favorite Elizabeth Warren open to 2016 presidential run?

    Much to the disappointment of her ardent fans, Elizabeth Warren has repeatedly, emphatically and in no uncertain terms said she is not running for president in 2016. Or is she? People magazine drew out the following response from the Democratic...
  • Frelimo's Nyusi wins Mozambique elections: provisional results

    MAPUTO (Reuters) - Mozambique's ruling Frelimo party and its candidate Filipe Nyusi won this month's presidential and legislative elections, according to provisional results released on Friday, with votes counted from all provinces. The initial full...
  • Strippers, emails color Florida governor's race

    Strippers, emails color Florida governor's race
    TALLAHASSEE – Florida voters have almost survived another toxic but non-fatal overdose of their politicians. But it's not too late to kick up a cloud of pseudo-scandal in the blind hope that it swings your decision. Republican Gov. Rick Scott and...
  • Tunisian forces kill six after standoff with militants outside Tunis

    TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian security forces on Friday killed six people, including five women, after a standoff with an Islamist militant group on the outskirts of Tunis two days before a parliamentary election, authorities said. The raid on the house...
  • Voters in Illinois should realize it's time for change

    All voters should ask themselves whether they are happy with Illinois and our leaders. If pleased, then they should vote for the status quo and re-elect incumbents, giving House Speaker Michael Madigan supermajority control once again. Under one party...
  • Political Islam tries to adapt to Tunisia election landscape

    SFAX Tunisia (Reuters) - From behind a niqab veil masking all but her eyes, Tunisian activist Fedia Mkaouar stops passersby in a busy street to make a pitch for her conservative Islamist party chasing votes in Sunday's parliamentary election. When...
  • Ramesh Ponnuru: Proposed Obamacare fix would only make things worse

    For the most part, the political debate over President Barack Obama's health-care overhaul has become a duel between vague slogans: Republicans say they want to "replace" the Affordable Care Act but generally don't say with what. Democrats say they want...
  • Small liberal arts colleges lack diversity

    Small liberal arts colleges lack diversity
    Our nation's top liberal arts colleges claim to be crafting the next generation of great writers, artists and scientists, but America has a great deal to worry about if those schools are crafting our future politicians, too. How do I know? I go to one...
  • Stop with the silly election ads already

    The November election cannot come quickly enough for me. The constant and repetitious attack ads are not only annoying but silly. Democrats accuse Republicans of primarily being wealthy. If wealth was a condition of exclusion from political office,...
  • Brown has lost this Democrat's vote

    Brown has lost this Democrat's vote
    I woke up on the first day of early voting in Maryland to a depressingly familiar front page headline in The Sun — "Race for governor resorts to untruths" (Oct. 23). With it came the usual mix of disgust, anger and frustration that I have felt every...
  • White House ex-counsel now off of Attorney General list

    White House ex-counsel now off of Attorney General list
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler, a leading candidate in President Barack Obama's search for a new U.S. attorney general, has pulled out of consideration for the nomination, a White House official said on Friday....