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George W. Bush

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  • Ramesh Ponnuru: Republicans don't need to 'show they can govern'

    Now that Republicans are in control of both chambers of Congress, what should they do? "Prove they can govern," says a CNN headline. "Show they can govern," suggests the New York Times. "Prove that we can govern with maturity," offers Sen. Cory Gardner,...
  • Panama City airport adds daily flights to Orlando

    Panama City airport adds daily flights to Orlando
    WEST BAY, Fla. (AP) — Silver Airways will begin offering daily flights from Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport to Tampa and Orlando. The airlines announced Monday that it will offer twice-daily flights to Orlando International Airport...
  • Hope for change faces reality in State of the Union address

    You can expect fewer applause breaks when President Obama delivers his sixth State of the Union address. For the first time, Obama will be addressing a Republican-controlled Congress, where many of his proposals — including higher taxes on the...
  • Government health care website quietly sharing personal data

    Government health care website quietly sharing personal data
    The government's health insurance website is quietly sending consumers' personal data to private companies that specialize in advertising and analyzing Internet data for performance and marketing, The Associated Press has learned. The scope of what is...
  • Results of long-delayed British inquiry into Iraq war pushed back until after election

    The report of an inquiry into Britain's role in the Iraq war will be delayed until after a national election in May, its chairman said, provoking dismay from politicians of all parties Wednesday. Sir John Chilcot, a former senior civil servant who is...
  • Hampton University to host Founder's Day celebration Sunday

    Hampton University to host Founder's Day celebration Sunday
    Hampton University alumnus Paul Harris, an attorney who is corporate counsel at Northrop Grumman Corporate, will give the keynote address at the 122nd annual Hampton University Founder's Day ceremony on Jan. 25 at 11:30 a.m. at HU’s Ogden Hall. ...
  • Marco Rubio says he's 'down to the last decision' on 2016 presidential run

    Marco Rubio says he's 'down to the last decision' on 2016 presidential run
    Sen. Marco Rubio said Wednesday that he is at the final stages of deciding whether to run for the Republican presidential nomination, telling reporters that he is aware the clock is running. His wife and children are supportive of a run if he decides to...
  • Gov. Rick Perry, leaving office, ends an influential era in Texas

    Gov. Rick Perry, leaving office, ends an influential era in Texas
    There is something every man and woman holding appointive office in Texas shares, whether sitting on the Supreme Court or serving on the Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners. Each and every one of them — thousands in all — was put there...
  • Romney to speak at Jacksonville University this spring

    Romney to speak at Jacksonville University this spring
    JACKSONVILLE  --  As he decides whether to run for president a third time, Republican Mitt Romney has accepted an invitation to speak at Jacksonville University's spring graduation in the key presidential battleground of Florida. Romney also will...
  • Senators grapple with how much students should be tested

    The federal mandate to test U.S. school kids annually was at the center of a Senate panel's work on Wednesday to fix the long outdated No Child Left Behind education law. The President George W. Bush-era education law dictates that states test...
  • Is a Bush-Romney faceoff ahead?

    Is a Bush-Romney faceoff ahead?
    If Jeb Bush's early disclosure that he's clearing the decks for a 2016 presidential bid was meant to scare off all Republican opposition, it appears to have backfired on him. The party's 2012 losing nominee, Mitt Romney, seems to have roused himself...