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  • Albert R. Hunt: Ignored House contests may hold surprises

    Albert R. Hunt: Ignored House contests may hold surprises
    There is a forgotten contest in this year's U.S. midterm elections. Actually, there are 435 of them: the races for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Thanks to shifting population patterns and redistricting, the Republicans start with an...
  • Henry Kissinger's 'World Order' is a timely warning

    Henry Kissinger's 'World Order' is a timely warning
    The wall-builders are winning. In an age in which advances in technology, communications and transportation have dramatically shrunk the distance between cultures and countries, in a nation that became a global superpower by assuming a leadership role...
  • New Republican pitch to female voters: Over-the-counter birth control

    Elections have consequences, and those consequences are most acutely felt, it seems, in closely contested elections. In at least four hot races across the nation, Republican candidates have adopted a new approach to birth control: It should be available...
  • Joe Sestak: Global effort necessary to stop terrorism's financial networks

    Joe Sestak: Global effort necessary to stop terrorism's financial networks
    In 2002, my aircraft carrier battle group was conducting retaliatory strikes against Afghanistan when I was directed to move into the Persian Gulf and begin precursor combat operations against Iraq. While meeting with the fleet commander, I told him we...
  • Stanford law professor approved for spot on California Supreme Court

    A state commission decided unanimously Thursday to confirm the appointment of Stanford law professor Mariano-Florentino Cuellar to the California Supreme Court, paving the way for Gov. Jerry Brown’s second high-court nominee this term to take the...
  • State high court nominee Cuellar sails through confirmation hearing

    Stanford law professor Mariano-Florentino Cuellar, nominated by Gov. Jerry Brown for a seat on the California Supreme Court, sailed through his confirmation hearing Thursday after a state bar evaluating panel gave him its highest rating. Cuellar, 41,...
  • In response to Ferguson, Obama orders review of police use of military hardware

    In response to Ferguson, Obama orders review of police use of military hardware
    President Obama has ordered a review of the distribution of military hardware to state and local police out of concern at how such equipment has been used during racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. The president ordered the examination of federal...
  • Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on L.A. visit

    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto kicked off a two-day tour of California with a speech to Mexican immigrants in Los Angeles on Monday in which he pledged to make life better for his countrymen living on both sides of the border. Pledging reduced...
  • Offshore drilling debate heats up [Letter]

    A new study published last week should act as a conversation starter about drilling for oil and gas off the Atlantic coast. The U.S. Department of Interior is considering offering lease sales off the Atlantic seaboard for oil and gas production in 2018....
  • Adrian Peterson Activated By Vikings; Likely To Play This Week

    The Minnesota Vikings announced Monday that running back Adrian Peterson will fully participate in this week's practices and meetings and is expected to play in New Orleans. Peterson was deactivated by the Vikings for this past Sunday's game on Friday...
  • Constitutional law experts Yoo, Turley, debate Islamic State action at CNU

    Constitutional law experts Yoo, Turley, debate Islamic State action at CNU
    NEWPORT NEWS — Constitutional law professors Jonathan Turley and John Yoo on Monday offered sharply different opinions on the appropriate use of presidential war power at a forum on the campus of Christopher Newport University. The pair debated in...