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News10 new results for U.S. Politics
Political Truce for a Portrait Unveiling
New York Times
But on Thursday, Mr. Obama laid down the political cudgel — for half a day, at least — to pay tribute to George W. Bush at the unveiling of the former president's official White House portrait. Hailing Mr. Bush as a steadfast leader after the Sept.
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New York Times
How Negative Political Campaigning Is Crippling America
Huffington Post
Negative political campaigning has long been a staple of American politics, and now, with the advent of Super PACs, it is being taken to a whole new level. According to The Washington Post, as of May 20, campaign spending by candidates and Super PACs ...
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Bush portrait unveiling mixes laughs, politics at White House
Chicago Tribune
Political irony hung over the emotional event that brought Bush and his wife, Laura, back to Washington: the unveiling of their official portraits, which will hang among those of other US presidents in the Grand Foyer of the White House.
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Huntsman bemoans a broken US political system
Salt Lake Tribune
Jon Huntsman said he views the US government as more divided and dysfunctional than at any point in the country's history and that America deserves better. "I'm downright embarrassed with where we are as a nation and what we're about to pass on to the ...
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John Edwards unlikely to be retried after jury deadlocks
... of one count of corruption and a US District Court judge declared a mistrial on five other counts after the jury deadlocked in the sensational case against a onetime rising political star — and it is unlikely he will be tried again on the charges.
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Better by comparison: This year's US hiring slump is an improvement on last ...
Washington Post
An earthquake and tsunami in Japan cut off supplies to many US manufacturers. A political clash in Washington over the federal borrowing limit nearly forced the US government to default and rattled consumers and businesses. The economy has dodged such ...
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Inside Politics: Warren says she told schools of American Indian heritage
Washington Times
By THE WASHINGTON TIMES BOSTON — Democratic US Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren has publicly acknowledged for the first time that she told officials at Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania that she had American Indian heritage.
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Washington Times
House Rejects Bill to Ban Sex-Selective Abortions
New York Times
The abortion vote was just one issue on which the two parties engaged in political maneuvering on Thursday. Republicans and Democrats also continued to spar over how to deal with an impending increase in some student loan rates at the end of June.
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Defining a Palestinian refugee a US complication
The Seattle Times
A simple congressional request for the United States to distinguish between Palestinians displaced by the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict and millions of their descendants poses a high-stakes diplomatic and political challenge for President Barack Obama.
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Romney, Obama spar over US role in Syria
The Seattle Times
Syria looms as a potential political opportunity — or quagmire — for both men. While far down on voters' list of pressing issues, Syria is a trouble spot that raises anew vexing questions about the US role in quelling violence in one of the world's ...
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Blogs5 new results for U.S. Politics
China Struggling to Respond to US Energy ... - World Politics Review
By (Iain Mills)
While China's much-hyped clean energy drive has become bogged down, the U.S. has quietly effected a genuine energy revolution that creates huge cost advantages for America's manufacturing base going forward. The changing ...
World Politics Review: Articles
Law and Politics Book Review: HABEAS CORPUS IN AMERICA ...
Justin Wert's Habeas Corpus in America is an ambitious effort to trace the evolving relationship between the writ of habeas corpus and politics over the entire history of the United States. While ambitious in scope, the book is well researched, ...
Law and Politics Book Review
ProPublica: Help Us Track How Politicians Target Voters
By ProPublica
Today, we are relaunching the Message Machine, and expanding it from handling just one mailing to handling every email from all of the campaigns in the 2012 election. It will seek a broad understanding in real time of the new and ...
The Huffington Post Full Blog Feed
Politics: Targeting the Asian American & Pacific Islanders (AAPI ...
By Erin Pangilinan
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) are the fastest growing racial group in the United States, making AAPI voters a force to be reckoned wit...
Hyphen magazine - Asian American...
Defining a Palestinian refugee a US complication
Defining a Palestinian refugee a US complication - A simple congressional request for the United States to distinguish.
Politics & Government

Web3 new results for U.S. Politics
Charlie Skelton's Bilderblog + US politics | World news | The Guardian
Donald Trump's 'birther' remarks take centre stage - US politics live; 3. Human foot sent to Canada's Conservative party headquarters; 4. Robert Mugabe asked ...
John Edwards trial verdict remains a mystery - US politics live ...
Confusion reigns as the jury returns a first verdict on John Edwards's trial for misusing ...
Romney clinches Republican nomination in Texas - US POLITICS ...
Mitt Romney clinched his bid to run as the Republican candidate in November's presidential election in the United States with a victory in the Texas primary on ...

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