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TODD YATES/CALLER-TIMES Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico, speaks with members of the media during a news conference Tuesday at the Omni Bayfront Hotel.
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As the Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a case that could have far-reaching implications for the future of digital media, the technological knowledge of the justices was on full display - for better and worse.
If you are looking for a graduate degree in economics and want to aim for the best, you may be wondering, "If I could write my own ticket, where would I go?" Or you may be wondering if the latest economic pundit you have been reading got his degree at a top notch school.
The top primary opponent to Clay Aiken in North Carolina is slamming the "American Idol" runner-up's public service record in a TV ad launched two weeks before they face off for the Democratic nomination.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld Michigan's voter-approved law that bans use of racial criteria in college admissions.
Chinese director Ning Hao hit back at American filmmaker Oliver Stone, who stirred controversy last week with comments bashing the Chinese film industry for failing to face up to its country's history.
The seventh annual Painting in the Park is Sunday, April 27, 1 to 4 p.m., at the Museum of Fine Arts, 255 Beach Drive NE., St. Petersburg.
CBS News on Monday responded to its former employee Sharyl Attkisson's claims that the network indirectly discouraged her from doing investigative reporting critical of the Obama administration .
Bill Clinton as Arkansas governor officiated Jim and Diane Blair's 1979 wedding and Hillary Clinton was "best person."
Retired Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens went on ABC News' "This Week" on Sunday to promote his new book.
Over the weekend the United States launched drone strikes in two different locations in Yemen, killing at least 15 militants as well as three civilians.
The Supreme Court says it will hear for the second time a passport dispute fraught with Middle Eastern politics.
Ed Gillespie, Senior Adviser for the Romney Campaign, speaks to the crowd on stage during Mitt Romney's campaign election night event at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on Nov. 6, 2012.
President George W. Bush, whose White House was legendary for its secrecy, seems to have turned over a new leaf in his post-presidency.
The electoral college has many, many flaws. It leads to an unhealthy focus on swing states; it compounds the effect of the Senate in over-weighting the smallest states; and its byzantine complexity distracts from the issues.
According to an April 16 report in the Wall Street Journal, President Obama and his busy bees in the executive hive have been churning out new regs like there's no tomorrow.