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Justice central to be nominated to tip Labor slot

WASHINGTON (AP) — Seeking to fill nonetheless another second-term Cabinet vacancy, President Barack Obama is set to elect Thomas Perez, an assistant profession general, to be a subsequent secretary of labor, a White House says. If reliable by a Senate, … Continue reading

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Must electorate have to infer citizenship to register?

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court will cruise a effect of an Arizona law that tries to keep illegal immigrants from voting by perfectionist all state residents uncover papers explanation their U.S. citizenship before induction to opinion in inhabitant elections. … Continue reading

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How to Shrink a Dangerous Republican Empathy Gap

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – A South African principal who helped elect Pope Francis this week has told a BBC pedophilia is an illness and not a crime. Cardinal Wilfrid Fox Napier, a Catholic Archbishop of Durban, told BBC Radio 5 on … Continue reading

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Matthew Dowd: CPAC ‘Reminds me of Going to a Land Before Time’

Dowd: CPAC is like a ‘Flintstones’ and a ‘Land Before Time’ DOWD: To me imagery and who is there and what we contend is important. And we don’t consider groups are a bad thing. we indeed consider that a regressive … Continue reading

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More Americans Sympathize With Israel, Don’t Want U.S. to Lead Peace Talks

Many some-more Americans continue to side with Israel rather than a Palestinian Authority, though – with President Obama‘s initial revisit there days divided – many also cite to leave assent negotiations to a dual protagonists, rather than carrying a United … Continue reading

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The Note’s Must-Reads for Monday, Mar 18, 2013

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – A South African principal who helped elect Pope Francis this week has told a BBC pedophilia is an illness and not a crime. Cardinal Wilfrid Fox Napier, a Catholic Archbishop of Durban, told BBC Radio 5 on … Continue reading

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5 Staffers to Watch on a House and Senate Budget Committees

The House and Senate will be wrangling with their particular budgets this week. There’s small expectancy that a dual chambers’ products will be total into a corner check resolution, though they offer as a starting points for broader check debates … Continue reading

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Madeleine Albright: Foreign Policy Has Become ‘Much Harder’

After a roundtable coming on “This Week,” former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright assimilated Martha Raddatz for an ABC News web exclusive. Albright discussed her career, gave recommendation for a stream Secretary of State John Kerry, and talked about how … Continue reading

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ABC News’ Bob Woodruff on Iraq 10 Years Later

By Steve Keating LONDON, Ontario, Mar 17 (Reuters) – The figure skating universe championships sealed on Sunday as they roughly always do with a glitzy gala, arguments and controversy. With a scoring complement that is harder to know than a … Continue reading

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White House Fountain Dyed Green for St. Patrick’s Day

By Steve Keating LONDON, Ontario, Mar 17 (Reuters) – The figure skating universe championships sealed on Sunday as they roughly always do with a glitzy gala, arguments and controversy. With a scoring complement that is harder to know than a … Continue reading

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