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Those were President Bush's parting words to his fellow leaders as he left a private meeting during the Group of Eight summit in Japan earlier this month.
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I saw the first 2012 presidential debate at the Lakewood Ranch Town Hall here, at a watch party organized by fellow Democrats.
The solar panels that Idaho inventor Scott Brusaw has built aren't meant for rooftops.
How that jives with U.S. policy towards Cuba as expressed in the agency's decades-long attempts to poison Castro's cigars or otherwise vaporize him, is not explained in the CIA's dryly accurate The World Factbook 1999 , although the frequently invoked specter of national security comes to mind.
Prominent leaders from Nashville and around Tennessee react to the news of John Seigenthaler's death Friday at age 86: Nashville Mayor Karl Dean "Today we lost an iconic figure in Nashville's history - a man who stood for inclusiveness long before it was synonymous with our city's culture.
Earlier this week, the Fiscal Times published several quotes from Harvard University Professor Laurence Tribe which suggested that a last ditch lawsuit seeking to blow up the Affordable Care Act could succeed.
Instagram users share their snapshots as they soak up the sun this week on the beach, at the PNE, in parks and at the ballgame.
"What does Ralph Nader want THIS time?" we find ourselves wondering as the founding father of consumer protection, gadfly of governments, five-times-futile presidential candidate, and all-around pest of profit-hungry capitalism gets ready to give a talk.
Hendra Putra said a final prayer at a Christmas vigil Mass on Sunday evening and offered a friend a ride home.
Shakespeare's Hamlet pondered the eternal conundrum of competing choices. His "Aye, there's the rub" nicely summarizes the conflicts inherent in the present socio/political/scientific arena of climate discussions.
TONIGHT AT 5 & 6: Josh Roe will have more on Howard Baker's funeral, live from Huntsville, Tennessee.
Conservative columnist Ann Coulter is saying tea party challenger Chris McDaniel should concede in the Mississippi primary runoff or face "political oblivion."
Millennials are widely regarded to be more liberal than their older siblings and parents, but new research suggests they may not be a shoo-in for either party in 2016.
I always loved the song "What a difference a day makes," by Dinah Washington. Those who attended Climate Reality Project training with me in South Africa could be singing "What a difference three days make."
Former Vice President Al Gore speaks at the International CTIA Wireless show in Las Vegas.
Chris McDaniel, candidate for the U.S. Senate from Mississippi, lost the Republican runoff to incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran last month, and now he is being led down a primrose path to political oblivion.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 07:29 am
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