TV Ads That Add Up: 6 Tips for Female Candidates | Commentary
This summer, Sen. Mitch McConnell shocked absolutely no one when his campaign launched an early, nasty attack ad on his opponent, Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes.
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German minister urges US to restore trust
A federal judge in Arkansas has approved $84.9 million in payments to settle claims that a truck stop chain cheated trucking companies out of promised rebates.
The Wichita Eagle
German minister urges US to restore trust to ties
Hans-Peter Friedrich on Monday met Sen. Christopher Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat who serves on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, along with the U.S. ambassador to Berlin.
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Sandy Hook Shooting Game Draws Criticism [The Hartford Courant]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Nov. 20--An online computer simulation game titled "The Slaying of Sandy Hook Elementary School" has surfaced, and drawn shock and disgust because it allows users to re-enact Adam Lanza's actions the day of the Dec. 14 shootings.
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Jamal Abdi: Tide Turns Towards Diplomacy as Key Senators Oppose New Iran Sanctions
President Obama and the White House have been engaged in a battle in the Senate to block the chamber from passing new sanctions that could derail ongoing negotiations with Iran.
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Federal prisoner transfers to Aliceville start today
Female inmates in Connecticut will board buses today to transfer to the new federal prison in Alabama's Pickens County, which is expected to reach full capacity early next year, according to Sen. Richard Shelby's office.