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  • Brown bucks trend nationally with Obama invitation

    Brown bucks trend nationally with Obama invitation
    They may not speak his name in Kentucky or think much of his policies in Arkansas. But in Maryland, at least, Democrats are still big fans of President Barack Obama. That's the calculation Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown's campaign for governor is making as...
  • Letter To Sentencing Judge Supporting John Rowland

    Letter To Sentencing Judge Supporting John Rowland
    I've been working on my John Rowland letter. As you know, our former governor was convicted last month on seven criminal counts related to a scheme to circumvent election laws. This makes Rowland a two-time loser, and legal experts are saying he could...
  • Warner, Gillespie talk partisanship, Virginia's economic future, student debt at CNU

    Warner, Gillespie talk partisanship, Virginia's economic future, student debt at CNU
    NEWPORT NEWS — With about two and a half weeks until Election Day, Virginia's U.S. Senate candidates paid a visit to Newport News for a forum to talk policy and politics at Christopher Newport University. Quentin Kidd, the director of CNU's...
  • Analysis: For Mark Pryor, this is not his father's Arkansas

    WASHINGTON I have been thinking for months about how politics has changed over the past decade, but those changes struck home in a very obvious way while I was reading a recent Washington Post article written by the very able Philip Rucker. "Senator's...
  • Trudy Rubin: Obama, heed Panetta's message

    Leon Panetta has taken a lot of heat for publicly dumping on Barack Obama's foreign policy while the president is still in the White House. Where's his loyalty? the critics ask, as Panetta makes the publicity rounds for his new memoir, "Worthy Fights,"...
  • Senate's inquiry into CIA torture sidesteps blaming Bush, aides

    WASHINGTON A soon-to-be released Senate report on the CIA doesn't assess the responsibility of former President George W. Bush or his top aides for any of the abuses of the agency's detention and interrogation program, avoiding a full public accounting of...
  • In Kansas Senate race, Pat Roberts' legacy may be his downfall

    WASHINGTON Pat Roberts has never run a close race. From his first election to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1980 to his last Senate campaign in 2008, Roberts handily beat every challenger he ever faced. The Kansas Republican trounced opponents...
  • Quarantines among legal tools available if Ebola outbreak widens

    WASHINGTON As the web of infection widens, questions about the U.S. government's legal authority to contain the Ebola virus are increasing, even as federal officials attempt to keep public panic at bay by diverting the focus from the hypothetical. Beyond...
  • Venezuela, Malaysia, Angola, New Zealand win U.N. Council seats

    Venezuela, Malaysia, Angola, New Zealand win U.N. Council seats
    Venezuela, Malaysia, Angola and New Zealand won seats on the United Nations Security Council on Thursday for two years beginning Jan. 1, 2015, while Spain beat Turkey in a third round of run-off voting. The 193-member U.N. General Assembly elected ...
  • Venezuela, Malaysia, Angola, N.Z., Spain win U.N. Council seats

    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Venezuela, Malaysia, Angola, New Zealand and Spain won seats on the United Nations Security Council on Thursday for two years from Jan. 1, 2015. The 193-member U.N. General Assembly elected Venezuela with 181 votes, Malaysia...
  • Concerns mount Ebola will become a permanent scourge in West Africa

    GENEVA As the number of Ebola patients continues to climb in West Africa, concern is growing among medical and development experts that the scourge could become as serious as the one posed by HIV a decade ago and could be far more difficult to control....