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  • Politics as Usual

    Kane taps Clinton folks in office shuffle After an incredibly rough year on the PR front, Democratic state Attorney General Kathleen Kane again has shaken up her inner circle of communications and policy advisers. In picking her new team, Kane again...
  • Kathleen Kane confident in her re-election

    Kathleen Kane confident in her re-election
    Attorney General Kathleen Kane acknowledges some "bumps in the road" from legal and political challenges, but pledged to finish the remaining two years of her term as the first Democrat and first woman to serve as Pennsylvania's top legal officer. "I'...
  • Can't we finally put an end to anti-lefty discrimination?

    A sizable percentage of the critical emails I receive accuse me of being a lefty. When I read them, my first reaction is always: How did this person find out which hand I write with? Not that I conceal the fact, for we lefties consider ourselves to be...
  • 20 years after summit, Americas have made progress

    The following editorial appeared in the Miami Herald on Wednesday, Dec. 9. ���� When President Bill Clinton and 33 other heads of state held a milestone Summit of the Americas in Miami 20 years ago this week, they committed...
  • Will police protests fade like tea party and Occupy?

    WASHINGTON This time, the protests might have consequences. Decades of demonstrations since the 1960s have usually started with passion but led to little. Now, however, protests over police-caused deaths of unarmed black men are having an impact. They'...
  • 'Religious freedom' or a 'license to discriminate'?

    WASHINGTON In the coming days, the Republican-controlled Michigan Senate is expected to vote on a controversial religious freedom measure. Critics have dubbed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) a "license to discriminate." They say the...
  • Carl Leubsdorf: Hillary sizes up her challenge in 2016

    When Hillary Clinton spoke recently at Georgetown University, 700-seat Gaston Hall was only half full, with far fewer people than heard her there last year and hardly worthy of a presidential front-runner. University officials cited an overflow crowd for...
  • Bill Clinton defends beleaguered Haiti Prime Minister Lamothe

    MIAMI The push to remove Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe could erase the gains Haiti has made in the last four years, former President Bill Clinton said Thursday in an exclusive interview with The Miami Herald. "He's done a really good job,"...
  • US hints that it won't oppose Cuban participation in Summit of the Americas

    In an apparent reversal of decades-long policy, Washington will not stand in the way of Cuban participation in the next Summit of the Americas, Secretary of State John Kerry suggested on Wednesday. In a speech marking the 20th anniversary of the first...
  • A look back at Marion Barry's battles with Congress

    WASHINGTON Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., was likely the most surprising name in the program at Marion Barry's funeral service on Dec. 6, considering the former District of Columbia mayor's tumultuous relationship with Capitol Hill. "We...
  • AG Kathleen Kane looks to Clinton connections in office shake-up

    After an incredibly rough year on the PR front, Democratic state Attorney General Kathleen Kane has shaken up her inner circle of communications and policy advisers. Again. But will Kane, whose credibility has been questioned in legal and political...