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US Officials: Core Al-Qaida 'Essentially Gone'
ABC News
That's what has occurred in Yemen, where AQAP has taken full advantage of the local government's preoccupation fighting multiple political opponents. AQAP has grown in size and territory covered despite constant and expanded targeting by Yemeni and US ...
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ABC News
For Obama, bin Laden killing becomes campaign tool
Huffington Post
... has become something else: a political weapon. Obama's re-election campaign is portraying his risky decision to go after America's top enemy as a defining difference with his Republican presidential opponent, suggesting Mitt Romney might not have ...
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Broadcasters to post political ad buys online
Chicago Tribune
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Political advertising contracts with broadcasters are moving from filing cabinets in television studio basements to the Internet for all to view. The Federal Communications Commission adopted a rule on Friday that will force ...
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AP Exclusive: NM gov.'s grandfather was US citizen
The Seattle Times
Martinez was surprised at the news, but maintained that his status, citizen or not, didn't affect her political views. "I embrace lawful immigration," she said. "I think it's what makes America wonderful." The first-term governor insists she's not ...
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US POLITICS: Romney VP rumours swirl as nomination solidifies - World News ...
San Francisco Luxury News
South Carolina's fresh-faced governor, Indian-American Nikki Haley, may also be seen as too young and too new on the political scene to be a Romney running mate. A slightly more experienced Indian-American, Republican Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana ...
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Crucial to Romney, Florida's Latino Voters Are Wary of Him, Too
New York Times
... Obama won 57 percent of Hispanic votes in the state thanks to Puerto Ricans and immigrants from Latin America. "The question is, can the Republicans change that?" said Dario V. Moreno, a political scientist at Florida International University.
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New York Times
House Passes Student Loan Bill Despite Veto Threat
New York Times
While the House legislation has little chance of becoming law in its current form, the bill — the last piece of legislation considered before a one-week recess — was an instructive metaphor for the current state of Congressional politics.
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What's wrong with American politics
As this election season unfolds, we are watching an age-old dream in politics go horribly smash. It isn't good for politics, and it sure isn't good for the country. President Franklin Roosevelt helped to fire up the dream during his second term in ...
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Aubrey McClendon: The Politically Incorrect CEO
Wall Street Journal
Then there's Aubrey McClendon, the CEO of Chesapeake Energy, a driving force behind America's natural gas revolution, a bumptious voice in energy and environmental politics, scourge of the coal industry turned scourge of his former green allies, ...
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NICK ON POLITICS: A True Enigma, The American Presidency
Bay Net
I say reconstruction because we already had articles of confederation at the time but each state was riddled with debt from the American Revolution and lacked frameworks for developing any type of unifying economic or political identity.
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Blogs5 new results for U.S. Politics
Daron Acemoglu on "Extractive" Politics and Us | Radio Open ...
By aaron
It's the after-argument around Why Nations Fail that becomes the core of our conversation. I'm asking: isn't a main warning in Why Nations Fail directed at the United States? Aren't the scariest symptoms of "extractive" politics on our home turf, ...
Radio Open Source with Christopher Lydon
US Politics | AMERICAblog News: Good morning from Stockholm
By John Aravosis
One of America's most influential progressive political blogs, providing news analysis of US politics, by John Aravosis in Washington DC.
US Politics | AMERICAblog News
The Week in Immigration & Politics: What It Means ... - America's Voice
By Pili Tobar
This has been a historic week on immigration policy in an election year. Below is the America's Voice take on some of the major political storylines surrounding immigration. If upheld, the Supreme Court ruling on the Arizona "show me your.
Immigration Reform | America's Voice
U.S. Seeks Extradition of Joran van der Sloot - TalkLeft: The Politics ...
By Jeralyn
A Peru Court will hold a hearing May 8 on a request by the U.S. for the extradition of Joran van der Sloot, who is serving a 28 year sentence for the murder of Stephany Flores. Van der Sloot is charged in federal court in Alabama with extortion ...
Growing divestment campaign among churches targets biggest U.S. ...
WASHINGTON -- When Fr. Robert Rien, flanked by the staff of St. Ignatius of Antioch Parish, showed up at the Bank of America branch in Antioch, Calif., in 2009 to close out the church's account -- all of $135000 -- the only thing on his mind ...

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Romney VP rumours swirl as nomination solidifies - US POLITICS ...
Experience, ethnicity, gender, popularity, chemistry...on what criteria will Mitt Romney base his choice of a running mate? takes a look at the field ...

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