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2 hrs ago | Londonderry Today
If it is true as JK Galbraith suggested that 'politics consists of choosing between the disastrous and the unpalatable' then the call of former US president Bill Clinton that our politicians should finish the job is, in the current climate, unlikely to find a favourable response.
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2 hrs ago | NewsBusters.org
Variety reports that actor Nicolas Cage became a bit whiny at the South by Southwest festival in Texas: "I'm not complaining, but it really sucks to be famous right now."
6 hrs ago | Army Times
The Truman Foundation said in a release Tuesday that Panetta, defense secretary from 2011 to 2013, was named recipient of the award.
8 hrs ago | InfoWorld
As the nation continues to fight over the Obamacare mandate that everyone have reasonable health insurance, and both proponents and opponents struggle with its complex policy and technology implementations , a bigger disconnnect is looming.
The federal gas tax, long used to help states pay for roads and bridges, hasn't been raised since Bill Clinton was president.
The frontrunner to become the next president of the United States is playing an old and dangerous political game -- comparing a foreign leader to Adolf Hitler.
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during the unveiling ceremony of Pushkin statue at Lotte Hotel Seoul on November 13, 2013 in Seoul, South Korea.
Former President Bill Clinton on Monday jabbed Russian President Vladimir Putin for treating Ukraine as a "piece on the international chessboard" without concern for its people, and added that pushing the country toward a split was a "crazy," outdated maneuver.
President Bill Clinton , Russian President Boris Yeltsin and Ukrainian President Leonid Kravchuk, clasp hands after signing documents whereby the U.S. and Russia agreed to stop aiming long range nuclear missiles at each other, and the Ukraine agreed to dismantle all of its 1,800 nuclear warheads.
Repeat after us: The 2016 election is more than two and a half years away. Hillary Clinton may be a candidate.
Former president Bill Clinton is the keynote speaker at a conference on trade opportunities in Africa sponsored by U.S. Sen. Chris Coons.
Former United States ambassadors to Canada say the Keystone XL pipeline debate will complicate Bruce Heyman's confirmation as the next top U.S. envoy to Canada and that the process could delay his posting for several months.
Despite more hopeful signs last week for Oregon's economic prospects, it's still the economy, stupid -- Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign mantra -- for political candidates this year.
The United States is often referred to as the "land of opportunity." But an increasing number of US citizens are feeling the pinch, struggling to makes ends meet as inequality in the country rises.
"With a 14% African-American population in the United States it is obvious that Obama's victory was an all-American victory, racially speaking, and as he gave his victory speech there were as many tears of joy running down the cheeks of whites as there were blacksa unheard of in American politics.
Occasionally, on the pages of the Amarillo Globe-News Opinion pages, I see the question: "Why would anyone want to be a Republican?" Although I vote Republican, I am not a Republican; I am a conservative.