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  • Ukraine premier stays on, envoys agree on crash site route

    KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's parliament rejected Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk's resignation on Thursday and finally passed legislation he said was needed to finance an army offensive against a separatist rebellion in the east and avert a national default...
  • Sen. Warren is tribune of left and its fondest White House wish

    DETROIT "Is this the line for the groupies?" Amanda Knief asked the question with a laugh, but liberal fervor for Sen. Elizabeth Warren runs deep, as evidenced by the fans who'd gathered some 90 minutes before the Massachusetts Democrat took the stage in...
  • Growth, transportation key in Orange District 4 race

    Growth, transportation key in Orange District 4 race
    Southeast Orange County is home to a growing Hispanic population vying for political power. It's also facing some of the region's most intense development pressures. In the Aug. 26 nonpartisan primary for this County Commission District 4 region,...
  • New Poll Show Malloy Ahead Of Foley, But Just By A Bit

    HARTFORD — If anyone needed any more evidence about being cautious of political polling these days, all they have to do is look at the results of two very different opinion surveys released in the past few days. On Tuesday, a new-style, online poll...
  • Stop-start Afghan vote audit gets green light, but troubles remain

    Stop-start Afghan vote audit gets green light, but troubles remain
    KABUL (Reuters) - The mammoth task of auditing eight million votes cast in the second round of Afghanistan's presidential election will restart on Saturday, the electoral commission said on Thursday, but disputes still hang over the process. Allegations...
  • Democrats use the "I" word to raise cash

    Democrats use the "I" word to raise cash
    By Jonah Goldberg "Sorry to email you late on a Friday, but I need your urgent support," Nancy Pelosi wrote me. The House minority leader went on to explain that "for the first time in history, Congress voted to sue a sitting president." And, "Today:...
  • Voter ID law upheld by Wisconsin Supreme Court

    MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a state law requiring voters to have photo identification to cast a ballot, although the law remains blocked by an earlier ruling by a federal judge that it is unconstitutional. The...
  • Voters, return to your senses

    Voters, return to your senses
    The boys and girls of Congress are returning from summer camp — er, Capitol Hill — to their real homes where they will 1) raise money and plead to be returned to camp; 2) stress how much they hate the nation's political polarization; and 3)...
  • Turks abroad begin voting in landmark presidential election

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Turks in Germany streamed into Berlin's Olympic stadium on Thursday, seizing the chance to vote from abroad for the first time in an election Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan hopes will make him Turkey's first directly-elected president....
  • Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds controversial labor legislation

    MADISON, Wisc. The Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld Gov. Scott Walker's signature labor legislation Thursday, delivering an election-year affirmation to the governor in just one of the three major rulings issued by the state's top court on union bargaining,...
  • Wisconsin Supreme Court hands Gov. Walker a victory on labor law

    Wisconsin Supreme Court hands Gov. Walker a victory on labor law
    Wisconsin’s Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the state’s tough law that hobbled collective bargaining rights for most public employees, a decision that buoys the reelection campaign of Gov. Scott Walker, who used the law to...