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  • 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...
  • 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mandate to test U.S. school kids annually was at the center of a Senate panel's work on Wednesday to fix the long outdated No Child Left Behind education law.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...
  • The new compassionate conservatism

    The new compassionate conservatism
    Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney are zeroing in on inequality as America's fundamental economic problem. Mr. Bush's new political action committee, called "The Right to Rise," declares "the income gap is real" but that "only conservative principles can solve...
  • Execution scheduled for man convicted of killing ex-wife, daughter, and in-laws

    Execution scheduled for man convicted of killing ex-wife, daughter, and in-laws
    An execution date has been set for a man found guilty of murdering his ex-wife, 5-year-old daughter, mother-in-law and sister-in-law in a Conway-area home 30 years ago. Jerry Correll, 59, is scheduled for execution on Feb. 26 at 6 p.m., according to a...
  • Romney strikes a new tone for 2016, but is this the real Mitt?

    Mitt Romney stepped back into the political arena Friday night, reborn as a prospective presidential candidate with a message almost as surprising as his apparent desire to run again for the White House. From the man pilloried for describing 47...
  • 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...
  • Will the Terry Schiavo case hurt Jeb Bush?

    Will the Terry Schiavo case hurt Jeb Bush?
        It certainly won’t be the biggest issue in the 2016 presidential election. But if former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is the Republican candidate, it is something he will certainly have to address. We’re talking about the Terry Schiavo...
  • Airman's lawyer asks judge to quit murder trial over Pentagon's 'Guantanamo-first' rule

    A Pentagon order reassigning military judges to remote Guantanamo for the duration of their war crimes trial is already reverberating in the traditional military justice system. On Thursday, the defense lawyer for an airman awaiting a capital court...
  • On eve of State of the Union speech, Obama enjoys steady rise in polls

    A month ago, looking at rising polls for President Obama, we posed the question "trend or blip?" With several more weeks of data, there's now clearly an answer -- it's a trend, small but significant. As Obama puts the final touches on his State of the...
  • Clinton defends Dodd-Frank as Republicans move to change law

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton is defending the Dodd-Frank Act as Republicans in Congress look for ways to water down the overhaul of financial regulation and some fellow Democrats accuse her of being too cozy with Wall Street. "Attacking financial reform is...