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News From (And For) The Hypersensitive
A new book authored by progressive icon Sen. Elizabeth Warren reveals her insider accounts of her interactions with President Barack Obama and his staff.
Mississippi GOP shocked - shocked! - to find Neo-Confederates in its ranks
For pure political theater, it's hard to beat the Republican Senate primary in Mississippi.
The boys and girls of summer
You laugh, but the two share a lot: the long grueling season, late summer nights, beaucoup numbers, dreams of past glory come October.
The Republican War Over Earmarks
Ask Republican voters if they support federal funds to pay for hurricane recovery and infrastructure improvement, and many would say they do.
Taylor wastes no time going after Palazzo in Mississippi's 4th District
Gene Taylor had waited weeks to officially launch his campaign for the U.S. House seat he lost in 2010 but he wasn't waiting any longer Monday.
Lloyd Gray: History is on Cochran's side
With a little more than two months remaining in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate, challenger Chris McDaniel has this to ponder: It's been 72 years since an incumbent Mississippi senator was voted out of office, and he'd been there only a year.
The Miami Herald
After Motorola parlays Katrina's devastation into telecom...
Mississippi's governor fought back hard from one of Hurricane Katrina's more exasperating blows a knockout punch to emergency radio systems that forced rescue workers along parts of the Gulf Coast to communicate with hand-carried notes.
People on the Move: Huntington Ingalls Industries
Since November 2012, he has been director of business development and strategic planning for Ingalls.
Read our 1999 profile of the late founder of the Westboro Baptist Church.
Fred Phelps stands out from a block away. Sixty-nine years old, Phelps is tall and reedy; his white hair billows out from under a cowboy hat.