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1 hr ago | New York Post

Over 100 years of presidential (and vice-presidential) daughters' weddings

For a vice president's daughter, Sarah Gore had a low-key wedding on Sunday in Carpinteria, Calif.


Related Topix: Wedding, Real Estate, US Politics, US News, Joe Biden, W.

4 hrs ago | Mashable

'Bing in the Classroom' Filters Web Search for Students

As more U.S. schools look to incorporate the Internet into lesson plans, Microsoft is rolling out a program that lets students surf and search the web in the classroom through a filtered lens that blocks adult content and ads.


Related Topix: Microsoft, Startups, Brooklyn, NY, New York, NY, W.

5 hrs ago | News Max

Media Blogger Predicts Death of Sunday News Shows

Politico's media blogger is predicting the "death" of the Sunday morning public affairs shows that once set the tone in American politics.


Related Topix: Meet the Press, Entertainment, Television, Face the Nation, 9, US Politics, US News, Joe Biden, Dick Cheney

7 hrs ago | WBNS

Today In History, April 23

Today is Wednesday, April 23, the 113th day of 2014. There are 252 days left in the year.


Related Topix: Chicago, Comedy, Entertainment, Television, New York, Prison, US Military, US Navy

11 hrs ago | The Common Ills

Needy War Criminal Tony Blair refuses to go away

A smart crook who gets away with a crime would move on to other things. Call it stupidity or an example of what Freud termed the repetition compulsion, but War Criminal Tony Blair refuses to fade away.


Related Topix: Prison, Conservatives (UK), W., Iraq, World News, Middle East

12 hrs ago |

Coal's Darkest Days

In the 1950s, McDowell County, West Virginia was a bustling coal town teeming with 100,000 residents, many of whom were helping to feed a fast-growing national industrial sector - and themselves.


Related Topix: McDowell County, WV, 2012 Presidential Election, US Politics, US News, Environmental Law, Law, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

14 hrs ago | The Daily Republic

Today in History for April 23, 2014

On April 23, 1914, Chicago's Wrigley Field, then called Weeghman Park, hosted its first major league game as the Chicago Federals defeated the Kansas City Packers 9-1.


Related Topix: Chicago, US Military, US Navy, World News, South Africa, Africa, US Politics, US News, Barack Obama

14 hrs ago | Go Local

Gary Sasse: A Rhode Island Education Bill of Rights

If the laudable educational ideas being offered by Rhode Island's gubernatorial candidates are to advance they must be built on a solid foundation of an Education Bill of Rights and fiscal reality.


Related Topix: US News, Kids, Family

18 hrs ago | Kinston Free Press

Guest Column: Kicking sand in the face of a nuclear-armed Russia

The latest fiasco in attempting to expand the American Empire by the United States Government involves Ukraine, a state vital to the Russian Federation.


Related Topix: Russia, Asia, World News, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization)

Tue Apr 22, 2014

Washington Post

White House remains fuzzy on the name of person who wore Easter bunny costume

The plush white rabbit is an annual highlight of the White House Easter Egg Roll, which took over the South Lawn on Monday.


Related Topix: US News, Washington Post, Publishing, The Washington Post Company, US Politics, John McCain, W.

Daily Kos

First Lady Laura Bush spoke at tornado-ravaged Alabama high school graduation

Last week, the Topeka Unified School District in Kansas invited First Lady Michelle Obama to deliver the May 17 commencement address at a first-ever combined graduation event for four area high schools.


Related Topix: Laura Bush, Michelle Obama, Education Etc., Enterprise, AL


Frum: Is it sexist to talk about Hillary Clinton's age?

Bill Clinton as Arkansas governor officiated Jim and Diane Blair's 1979 wedding and Hillary Clinton was "best person."


Related Topix: Hillary Clinton, US Politics, US News, Bill Clinton, History in the News, University of Arkansas, W., US Senate, John McCain, Republican, Opinion

Government Executive

How the Bush Family Went From Hated to Hipster

There was a time when the Bush family was widely reviled by the arbiters of cool , but in the last few years, both President George H.W. Bush and his son have been recast as hipster icons.


News Radio 710 WPMI-AM

The GOP's limp 'emasculate Obama' ploy

Out and about this weekend, I saw no less than three men who appeared to be heterosexual wearing little buns on the tops of their heads.

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Related Topix: US News, US Politics, US Senate, Republican, Lindsey Graham, Dick Cheney


Obama aims to reassure Asia allies

Looking to turn a few degrees in his long-awaited "pivot to Asia," President Barack Obama embarks on Tuesday on a four-country tour of the region in the hopes of convincing Pacific allies the United States remains focused on them.


Related Topix: US Politics, US News, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton


Bush White House Aids Gillespie's Virginia Fundraising

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.


Related Topix: US News, US Politics, US Senate, Democrat, Senator Mark Warner, Mitt Romney, W., Laura Bush

Marco Eagle

Obama's approval rating improves as health care drag eases

The size of the change varies from poll to poll, but they tell the same overall story: Obama's ratings took a slide in the fall as the public saw his website flounder.


Related Topix: US Politics, US News, Barack Obama

Mon Apr 21, 2014

Twin Cities Daily Planet

Condoleezza Rice speaks for sold-out crowd, 200 protest her campus visit

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice speaks to University of Minnesota graduate students and faculty during a small group discussion Thursday afternoon in Northrop Auditorium.


Related Topix: Condoleezza Rice, Minnesota, University of Minnesota

The Modesto Bee

Eva Longoria produces film on Hispanic vote power

"El Voto Hispano - The Documentary" is the brainchild of 35 year-old Puerto Rican twins Gianpaolo and Alessandro Pietri.


Related Topix: Amaury Nolasco


Bush eases secrecy on W.H. files

President George W. Bush, whose White House was legendary for its secrecy, seems to have turned over a new leaf in his post-presidency.


Related Topix: W., Frank Caliendo, Bill Clinton, History in the News, Dick Cheney, Towson University