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  1. Rice to receive honor at West PointRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald

    The award to be given Monday at the historic academy is named for a former West Point superintendent and is given to citizens who serve the national interest. Rice is a professor at Stanford University.

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  2. Who Would You Pick, Obama or Derek Jeter?Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Townhall

    Derek Jeter aka "The Captain" of the New York Yankees played his last game on Sunday. He ended his career with an RBI single in Boston, after ending his career at home in Yankee stadium with a game-winning, walk-off, RBI single.

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  3. Cindy Sheehan: Obama May Be Worse War Criminal Than BushRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | News Max

    ... 349 and DISH Ch. 223 Get Newsmax TV on your cable system Click Here Now "I don't know if he's a bigger one than George Bush, if they're equal, or if Bush was worse." Sheehan became an outspoken anti-war protester after her son, U.S. Army Specialist ...

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  4. Live From New York: 10 Things We Learned From James Franco's 'SNL' DocRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Switched

    December 2008 was a long time ago: George W. Bush was languishing in the last days of his presidency; the Great Recession had only just gotten underway; and a young fella named James Franco was putting together his second-ever short-film project for his filmmaking degree at NYU. His subject was "Saturday Night Live" cast member Bill Hader, but when "SNL" head honcho Lorne Michaels agreed to give him full backstage access, Franco decided to expand his focus and trace a week in the life of the storied sketch show.

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  5. Cornell University Announces Elizabeth Garrett As First Female PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Switched

    The Cornell Board of Trustees approved Garrett, currently a provost at the University of Southern California, to take over the position of president, replacing David Skorton, who is stepping down to lead the Smithsonian Institution. The USC administrator and law professor Garrett will take the helm of Cornell as it turns 150 and expands into New York City with a technology campus .

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  6. Ill. U.S. Senate Candidates Disagree on ISIS StrategyRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | WTAX-AM Springfield

    U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin says no to sending U.S. ground troops back to Iraq, but his Republican opponent in the Senate race says they shouldn't have left in the first place. State Sen. Jim Oberweis told the Chicago Tribune editorial board the U.S. should have kept a sizeable military presence in Iraq, similar to what it has in Korea and Germany.

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  7. Should Bangladesh take al-Zawahri's threats seriously?Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    THE answer to the question planted in the title of this article is a definitive "NO". There is absolutely no reason to take Ayman al-Zawahiri seriously or consider his threats "ominous".

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  8. Obama Has Spent More Time Playing Golf Than In Intel BriefingsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | KFI

    Photo Credit: Getty President Barack Obama has spent more time golfing than he has spent listening to daily intelligence briefings. Obama's golf trips typically last four and half hours, including one hour on the road.

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  9. Feinstein, Boxer depend on red-leaning Senate racesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise

    The outcome of a handful of too-close-to-call Senate races in November - including one where the Democratic Party isn't even fielding a candidate - will determine whether Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer are still shaping the national debate on terrorism and climate change next year. After more than two decades in office, California's veteran Democratic senators have reached the top rungs of the seniority ladder, and with that the leadership of powerful committees - positions they would lose if Republicans win control of Congress' upper chamber.

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  10. Rice expert says Texas Democrats have an 'Anglo problem'Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    While substantial "ink and bytes" have been devoted to the GOP's "Hispanic problem," a forthcoming report from Rice University political scientist Mark Jones finds that Texas Democrats face an uphill battle with an "Anglo problem" in the Lone Star State. Jones, the Joseph D. Jamail Chair in Latin American Studies, professor and chair of political science and fellow in political science at Rice's Baker Institute, analyzed data from gubernatorial elections since 1990 and found that Democrats' support has declined with white voters over the years.

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  11. Dem Senate Candidates: Bombs AwayRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Commentary Magazine

    As Politico recounts in a story today, Democratic Senate candidates are finding their inner hawks on the campaign trail, but none more noticeably than Shaheen, the New Hampshire incumbent trying to fend off a challenge from Scott Brown. Shaheen, on matters of war and peace, is a walking focus group: When she ran unsuccessfully for the Senate a year after the Sept.

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  12. Kinzinger on Obama 'Underestimating' ISIS: Wasn't Bush 'Excoriated' for Missing bin Laden?Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Illinoisreview

    All posts, comments and statements made on IR are those of the authors only. Any disputes must be addressed to the writers, who are solely responsible for their posts, comments and statements.

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  13. In visit to BHS, Paulson says he overcame his fear to become Treasury secretaryRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Lincolnshire Review

    Barrington High School alumnus Henry Paulson turned his fear of failure into a "wonderful experience" by becoming U.S. Treasury secretary, Paulson said last week. Paulson visited BHS Thursday during homecoming week to discuss his career and give advice to younger members of the audience.

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  14. Condoleeza Rice to receive West Point's Thayer AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Times Herald-Record

    The award is presented by the U.S. Military Academy's Association of Graduates to persons who exemplify the West Point motto, "Duty, Honor, Country."

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  15. TV Generals and Precision Bombs: Corporate Media Go to WarRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Common Dreams

    ABC News' Martha Raddatz sits with Vice Admiral John Miller, commander of US Navy's Fifth Fleet, on the deck of the USS George W. Bush now stationed in the Persian Gulf. On the most recent CBS 's Face the Nation , host Bob Schieffer previewed the guests who would be appearing on the show: We will get the latest on the mission and what it entails from Deputy National Security Adviser Anthony Blinken, retired General Carter Ham, former Pentagon official Michele Flournoy and former Deputy Director of the CIA Mike Morell.

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  16. Cornyn OpEd: Reviving the U.S.-India PartnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | MyHighPlains.com

    'When President Obama meets today with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he has an opportunity to revitalize the partnership between the world's oldest and largest democracies Whether it is managing the rise of China, combating terrorism, stabilizing Afghanistan, or protecting the free movement of people and cargo on the high seas, the United States and India are natural allies in confronting some of the biggest global challenges of the early 21st century.' When President Obama meets Tuesday with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he has an opportunity to revitalize the partnership between the world's oldest and largest democracies.

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  17. Muhammad Ali, a Hero for Our TimesRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Counterpunch

    This weekend, the Muhammad Ali Center awarded football great and courageous civil rights advocate Jim Brown and Bill Russell its Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award. But the real celebration was for Muhammad Ali himself, a giant now weakened by his three decade struggle with Parkinson's.

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  18. The Holder DossierRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Counterpunch

    The file is packed, and weighed down by layers of history that unfolded over almost six years of the Obama administration. Eric Holder, Jr. may be going, vacating the position of Attorney-General once a replacement is found, but he last left a patchwork legacy for what is one of the country's most onerous yet powerful positions.

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  19. Julia Pierson is inadequate to run Secret ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    At a congressional hearing, Secret Service director Julia Pierson accepted full responsibility for the recent White House intruder and outlined strategy for improving procedures. As reported upon her being appointed, the head of Secret Service is a political appointee and not based on selecting someone with superior ability.

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  20. USA continues to fail internationallyRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | River Hills

    It is not about whether Obama should have bombed Syria sooner, or used American troops to straighten things out in Iraq, or whatever. In a real sense, those are not the major issues that currently or in the past have meant most in U.S. international actions.

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