Tuesday, April 24, 2012

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Primary day may be last hurrah for Newt Gingrich - US politics live
The Guardian
Jonathan Wald (@jonathanwald) April 24, 2012 Santorums live intvu on primary nite not exactly helping Mitt's pivoting efforts up in #fitn — jmartpolitico (@jmartpolitico) April 24, 2012 3.29pm: It's the biggest political drama of the night: the Newt ...
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The Guardian
Warmth of Campus Spotlight Beckons Obama Back
New York Times
A new Web-based survey by Knowledge Networks for Harvard University's Institute on Politics found that Mr. Obama leads Mr. Romney 43 percent to 26 percent among those 18 to 29 years old, six points higher than last winter. But surveys and interviews ...
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New York Times
Romney sweeps wins in five more Republican primaries, promises 'a better ...
Washington Post
... then urged all who struggle in a shaky US economy to "hold on a little longer, a better America begins tonight." Eager to turn the political page to the general election, Romney accused President Barack Obama of "false promises and weak leadership.
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Analysis: Egypt's new politics make Israel ties a target
Egypt, its economy in tatters, also can't afford to alienate the United States or other Western states whose governments and investors are likely to be vital in reviving growth and creating jobs, crucial points to any Egyptian political career.
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Can Tokyo learn from the American political 'matsuri'?
By Sandra Barron, Special to CNN Japanese elections are as a rule more civilized than their US counterparts, but that doesn't stop them from enjoying the American political "matsuri." Editor's note: This is the third in a series of dispatches exploring ...
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Why don't political bloggers want us to know who's funding them?
Globe and Mail (blog)
US politics are such a gong show, sometimes all we can do up here is watch in amused horror and hope that Uncle Sam's virus won't become airborne and travel across the border. But every so often the US coughs up a fix for itself that might actually be ...
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Globe and Mail (blog)
Romney eyes wins in 5 more Republican primaries, promises 'a better America ...
Chicago Tribune
... on a little longer; a better America begins tonight." The primaries — in New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware — were the first since Rick Santorum conceded the nomination, and Romney was eager to turn the political page.
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Obama energy critics in "fairy tale" world: US official
Chicago Tribune
"The imagined fairy tale world is the invention of campaign years and political rhetoric. I think you can find its edge when you walk out of the House of Representatives," he added. Salazar's comments come as the White House works to shake off any ...
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First Look: Funny politics in 'The Campaign'
U.S. News & World Report
Roach says they considered portraying wrestlers or reality TV producers, but settled on candidates because American politics are funny. Roach says they filmed during the GOP presidential debates and were worried they wouldn't be as comical as reality.
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FED FOCUS-'Fiscal cliff' makes US Fed queasy
Along with its official mandate of watching unemployment and inflation, the US central bank is keeping a close eye on a potentially debilitating political fight over how to fix the budget deficit. If lawmakers in Washington do not get rid of the tax ...
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Blogs5 new results for U.S. Politics
Global Insights: U.S. Army Must Adapt to ... - World Politics Review
By info@worldpoliticsreview.com (Richard Weitz)
Earlier this month, the U.S. Army War College's annual Strategy Conference sought to analyze how the U.S. military needs to adapt to an era of constrained resources and a changing global security environment. Titled the.
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Iran War Politics: Elizabeth Warren Contradicts Defense Secretary In ...
By The Huffington Post News Editors
Warren's claim that "Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons" is especially notable because it contradicts public statements by Defense Secretary Leon Panetta as well as reported intelligence findings of the U.S. and Israeli governments.
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Attorney general, US Senate races lead Pa. ballot | Politics - Home
Pennsylvania's primary elections were marked by spotty reports of low turnout Tuesday, no surprise given the remnant of a winter storm in the west and the lack of drama in the presidential nominating campaigns.
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U.S. Supreme Court should strike down Arizona immigration law ...
By Teresa Puente
The U.S. Supreme Court is to expected to review Arizona's controversial immigration law known as SB 1070 on Wednesday. It's hard to imagine the court would uphold the measures of the law that have already been blocked by lower courts.
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Can Tokyo learn from the American political ... - Arama They Didn't
By mister_robatto
If the U.S. election race conjures up images of mud flying through the air for many Japanese, campaigning politicians in the Land of the Rising Sun evoke visions of a more white-gloved affair. Japan's politics are as Machiavellian as anyone ...
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Iowa TVs, US politics. Several major media companies have dispatched top executives or outside lobbyists to the FCC to oppose the proposed rule. Photograph: ...

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