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  • Analysis: Obama, Republicans clash ahead of State of the Union

    WASHINGTON A revitalized President Barack Obama and newly empowered Republican leaders are heading into Tuesday's State of the Union address on a collision course. At their joint retreat in Hershey, Pa., Republicans fresh off triumphant midterm...
  • An inauguration in Arkansas

    LITTLE ROCK -- It was all on display here at the state Capitol -- the blare of bugles, the inaugural address, the pomp-and-circumstance in general. But the clearest thing about all the well-programmed drama attendant on the inauguration of the state's new...
  • Day honoring King's legacy comes amid calls for renewed activism

    ATLANTA Drawing from the film "Selma," ongoing protests over police-involved shootings and global acts of terror, faith and academic leaders Monday prescribed the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to help heal a still-fractured world. Speaking at...
  • Freshman Legislator Leads The Pack On 'Lockbox' Amendment

    Freshman Legislator Leads The Pack On 'Lockbox' Amendment
    OLD SAYBROOK — Devin Carney developed a passion for politics at an early age. It even spilled over into his choice of Halloween costumes. "I went as Richard Nixon in sixth grade, Bill Clinton in seventh grade and then Newt Gingrich in eighth...
  • Bill Clinton plays coy with Hillary's 2016 plans on 'Late Night'

    Bill Clinton plays coy with Hillary's 2016 plans on 'Late Night'
    At this point, the will-she-or-won't-she games of Hillary Rodham Clinton's potential presidential bid in 2016 are becoming ridiculous. The Clintons will announce when they're ready to announce and not a minute before. But that didn't stop "Late Night"...
  • We were promised space lasers: State of the Union's biggest flops

    On Tuesday, President Barack Obama will honor an American tradition as old as George Washington: the State of the Union. It's a chance to check in on the present and make some pledges for our future. It's that future bit that got us thinking: If all that...
  • Lucinda Williams CD packs double punch

    Lucinda Williams CD packs double punch
    It's a tall order to create a double album loaded with consistently solid songs, but Lucinda Williams met that challenge on her new "Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone." Not only that, but the alt-country singer-songwriter — who performs Friday,...
  • Retiring US Sen. Jay Rockefeller says he 'could not imagine a more rewarding career'

    Sen. Jay Rockefeller and West Virginia were an odd mix at first — a Harvard-educated native New Yorker from one of the nation's richest families arriving in one of the poorest states. Through a half century of public service, he made it work. And...
  • Mario Cuomo, a faithful New Yorker

    WASHINGTON -- Most politicians would do anything to become president. Mario Cuomo, who died at his home in Manhattan on New Year's Day at age 82, twice turned down the chance to run for the job, essentially because his heart always remained in New York....
  • Arkansas-based poet Miller Williams, who read at Clinton's 1997 inauguration, dies at age 84

    Arkansas poet Miller Williams, a prolific writer and teacher who read a poem at President Bill Clinton's 1997 inauguration, has died. He was 84. Williams, the father of singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams, died Thursday night at a hospital in Fayetteville...
  • 4 top Secret Service executives told to leave their posts in agency shake-up

    The Secret Service has decided to remove four of its most senior officials while two others are retiring, the biggest management shake-up at the troubled agency since its director resigned in October after a string of security lapses, according to...