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  • Americans in no rush to balance the court

     
    by Mark Silva There is but one woman on the nine-member Supreme Court, in a nation where women outnumber men at polling places, one black justice, in a nation that shed legalized racial discrimination only decades ago, and there never......
  • Obama's 'don't ask' discharge: Choi talks

     
    by Mark Silva Dan Choi, a gay National Guard platoon leader, faces discharge from the military -- with the Obama administration "quietly shelving the president's campaign promise to repeal the 16-year-old "don't ask, don't tell" policy with the tacit...
  • Sarah Palin's memoir: 'Long, strange...'

     
    by Mark Silva Reading her face, like a cover, one might think Sarah Palin is a little young to have enough material for "a memoir.'' But, with the signing of a book deal, the Alaska governor and onetime candidate for......
  • Clinton: 'Doing well by doing good'

     
    by Mark Silva In some ways, this could serve as the title of Bill Clinton's next book, the one about his globe-trotting pursuits for the Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative. "Doing well by doing good.'' But for now it......
  • Robin Toner, NYT reporter, dead at 54

     
    by Frank James It was with profound sadness that we learned today of the death of Robin Toner of the New York Times, one of Washington's most respected political reporters, following a lengthy battle with cancer. Toner was one of......
  • Wanda Sykes, Colin Powell and Rove

     
    by Mark Silva Karl Rove has had a few rough words for people in his time. But to Rove's ear, those jokes that comedienne Wanda Sykes made about radio's Rush Limbaugh the other night sounded over the top. Then again,......
  • Gore: Cheney early, and fine one to talk

     
    by Mark Silva Peter Sagal, the funny host of NPR's Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me, notes in his radio show that will air this weekend that former Vice President Dick Cheney has appeared on more talk shows in the last......
  • Alberto Gonzales: Sotomayor 'powerful'

     
    by Mark Silva Add Alberto Gonzales, attorney general under President George W. Bush and the first Hispanic attorney general of the United States, to the lineup praising the cultural significance of Judge Sonia Sotomayor's nomination for the Supreme Court....
  • Sotomayor: Fast-track vs. Slow-walk

     
    by Mark Silva and updated. The White House is seeking swift Senate confirmation of Judge Sonia Sotomayor, President Barack Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court, as Republican congressional leaders suggest they may be in no rush. While critics challenge...
  • Cars.com Reviews the 2009 Kia Borrego

     
    Remember when Bill Clinton was president, "X-Files" was the coolest show on TV and truck-based SUVs were all the rage? Boy, how times do change. Kia has just arrived at the truck-based SUV game, but it may be a bit......
  • Bush doesn't admit Iraq's angry soles

     
    A man beats with a shoe a mock poster of US President George W. Bush with a "War criminal" written in Arabic during a protest in Najaf, Iraq, Monday, Dec. 15, 2008. (AP Photo/Alaa al-Marjani) by Frank James On......