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  • 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...
  • Jeb Bush competirá por la Casa Blanca

    Jeb Bush competirá por la Casa Blanca
    MIAMI - El exgobernador de Florida Jeb Bush, hijo y hermano de dos expresidentes de Estados Unidos, abrió hoy la carrera republicana por la Casa Blanca al anunciar que competirá por la candidatura presidencial. Bush, un republicano moderado de 61 años...
  • Embrace opportunity for change with Cuba

    Embrace opportunity for change with Cuba
    This is the door that's taken more than five decades to open. Actually, President Obama's call for normalizing relations with Cuba is more than a door, it's an opportunity for a new era of cooperation with our island neighbor across the Florida Straits....
  • Obama pardons Bucks woman for 30-year-old crime

    Obama pardons Bucks woman for 30-year-old crime
    President Obama granted a presidential pardon Wednesday for a 1980s drug crime to a Bucks County woman who is now chief executive officer of a nonprofit company that operates halfway houses. Diane Mary DeBarri of Fairless Hills was pardoned for a 1984...
  • Democrats' past on repeat: 2015 has echoes of 1991

    Democrats' past on repeat: 2015 has echoes of 1991
    History never repeats, but sometimes things circle back in intriguing ways. How else to explain parallels between 1992 and 2016, with a pair of candidates named Clinton, at the start of their presidential campaigns, shadowed by liberal icons of the...
  • Rahm Emanuel defends record on ethics in first term

     Rahm Emanuel defends record on ethics in first term
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Thursday sought to make the case for his first-term record on ethics and pledged to put more information online about bidding for City Hall contracts if he's re-elected. Not mentioned during the question-and-answer session with the...
  • Public's condemnation uneven

    Public's condemnation uneven
    Because of current accusations concerning Bill Cosby and his assaults on women, he has lost several shows and is now viewed by the public as a sexual predator. Go back a few years and we have a similar situation with another Bill — President Clinton...
  • Obama goes from midterm drubbing to checking off bucket list

    In the six weeks since his party took a drubbing in the midterm elections, President Barack Obama has asserted the power of his office to check off the bucket list from his 2008 campaign. The spree of action began with the surprise announcement in...
  • Stephen Colbert conquers death in 'Colbert Report' finale, prepares for next step

    Stephen Colbert conquers death in 'Colbert Report' finale, prepares for next step
    Many wondered if Stephen Colbert, after playing a bloviating conservative for 1,447 episodes of his "Colbert Report," might finally break character and just speak as Stephen Colbert, human being, in Thursday's final episode. He did not. Spoiler Alert:...
  • El Congreso de EEUU no pondrá fácil a Obama el acercamiento a Cuba

    El Congreso de EEUU no pondrá fácil a Obama el acercamiento a Cuba
    WASHINGTON - Pese al anuncio del presidente, Barack Obama, para normalizar las relaciones con Cuba, un posible levantamiento del embargo que pesa sobre la isla, principal escollo entre ambos países, está en manos del Congreso. A diferencia de las...