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  • Kendrick Lamar battles his demons, comes out a rap visionary on 'To Pimp a Butterfly'

    Kendrick Lamar battles his demons, comes out a rap visionary on 'To Pimp a Butterfly'
    If it wasn’t clear after 2012’s “Good Kid, M.A.A.D City,” an album instantly, justly heralded as a classic, Kendrick Lamar’s follow-up, “To Pimp a Butterfly,” confirms that he’s a genius. He’s here...
  • Princeton wins in front of President Obama

    The Princeton women's basketball team earned a historic victory in front of President Barack Obama. UConn rolled in its opener and another 11 seed pulled off an upset. Such was the second day of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night. The Tigers' first...
  • Jerry Brown: I'd need a time machine to run for president

    Jerry Brown: I'd need a time machine to run for president
    Gov. Jerry Brown may not be running for president, but that doesn't mean it's not on his mind. Asked on NBC's "Meet the Press" if he would jump in the race if he was 10 years younger, Brown said without hesitation, "Yes, I would." The governor...
  • Obama's message to Iranians upsets Rush Limbaugh — how rude

    Obama's message to Iranians upsets Rush Limbaugh — how rude
    Once again, President Barack Obama has done something to upset Rush Limbaugh. I’m so sick of this happening. You’d think by now the president would just stop doing stuff that he knows is going to get Limbaugh mad, stuff like talking to other...
  • Rand Paul urges Clinton to return foreign government money

    Sen. Rand Paul on Friday urged Hillary Rodham Clinton to return donations several foreign governments made to her family's philanthropic foundation. Campaigning in New Hampshire, the Kentucky Republican and likely 2016 presidential candidate said Clinton...
  • Meeks pulls about-face, backs Emanuel

    Meeks pulls about-face, backs Emanuel
    Four years ago, controversial Rev. James Meeks skewered mayoral candidate Rahm Emanuel, saying he wasn't out for the best interests of black voters. "Ask any African-American leaders about that. They will tell you he had a role in keeping African-...
  • O'Malley calls for Wall Street regs in op-ed

    O'Malley calls for Wall Street regs in op-ed
    WASHINGTON -- As he begins a two-day swing through Iowa today, Martin O'Malley is laying out a populist call to bolster Wall Street regulations in a Des Moines Register op-ed. The former Maryland governor, who is attempting to stake out a position to ...
  • Tom Lopach leads march toward Democratic Senate majority

    WASHINGTON Smoke billowed out of Ted Kennedy's living room fireplace as donors gathered in his D.C. home for a fundraiser, though the legendary senator was still on the Hill for votes. But that wasn't too much for Tom Lopach. "I don't know anyone, my...
  • Clinton: US politics could use 'camps for adults'

    Hillary Rodham Clinton says the nation's political class could use "camps for adults" to foster cooperation because too many leaders get backed into partisan corners and refuse to work together. Clinton offered a bipartisan, feel-good message Thursday...
  • Clinton, speaking to summer camp directors, says politicians need to play nice

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. Hillary Rodham Clinton said the nation's political leaders could use some time at adult sleepaway camp to learn how to cooperate across the partisan divide, and decried the nation's "huge fun deficit" during a speech Thursday to a...
  • In disclosure bill, Congress could shed some light on presidential libraries

    The following editorial appeared in the Kansas City Star on Thursday, March 19: During Sunshine Week, the annual reminder that open government is good government, Congress should shed some light on just who's funding the nation's presidential...