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Ashley Judd Hints at Potential Senate Run
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Ashley Judd made a rare reference to her possible political aspirations today, saying her mother, country star Naomi Judd, can’t wait to turn her garage into campaign headquarters. According to Cincinnati station WXIX-Fox 19, Judd spoke about her future while giving the keynote address at…

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Obama Warns on Syria's Future
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AMMAN — Visiting Jordan today, President Obama warned that extremists could fill the political vacuum left when Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is finally ousted from power, creating another big problem for the region. “I am very concerned about Syria becoming an enclave for extremism because…

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Biden: 'No Leadership' in GOP
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Vice President Joe Biden said today the Republican Party is struggling with an identity crisis, with “no leadership” and “the tail wagging the dog.” “There is no leadership,” he told  donors for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee at the St. Regis Hotel in New York…

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Dems: Shifting Population Fueling Changes in Georgia
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Pope: Dialogue with Islam
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Pope Francis, in an attempt to reach out to areas that have been hostile to Catholicism, used his first foreign policy address to address the world of Islam and atheistic nations. He said he felt it to be vital to strengthen communications with other religions, “particularly dialogue with Islam” and atheists. China, for example, has […]

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Opponents Call Rahm Emanuel Chicago School Closing Plan 'Racist'
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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s decision to close 53 public schools and 61 buildings in largely minority neighborhoods to help close a $1 billion budget shortfall has some opponents calling the Emanuel plan “racist.” “[Emanuel] says that he wants to turn around the city of Chicago, make a new Chicago. Does that new Chicago mean no […]

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Senate Passes Budget
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The U.S. Senate passed its first formal budget in four years, defining Democrats’ fiscal principles for the next, uncertain stage of Washington’s battle over debt, spending and taxes.

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