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  1. Can an ad campaign restore a company's reputation?Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | RepMan

    Would you use a major advertising campaign to restore confidence in your battered brand? I sure wouldn't. Advertising is great for creating awareness, but not so adept at establishing credibility.

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  2. Being FrankRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Pasadena Weekly

    Known especially for his interest in helping the working class and poor stay healthy and afloat, as well as for his strong advocacy for civil rights and particularly the gay rights movement, Frank retired in 2010 to enjoy life as a private citizen and marriage with his husband, Jim Ready. Frank's most powerful efforts included his leadership in helping to end the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy that allowed gays and lesbians to serve in the military as long as they hid their orientation, and his co-authorship of the Dodd Frank Act.

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  3. Pro-fixed link campaign group releases feasibility study and starts fundraisingRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Isle of Wight County Press

    The Pro-Link Campaign Association has been set up by Carl Feeney and Thomas Cowley, who run the Isle of Wight Fixed Link Referendum Facebook page . This week, the group also announced that after months of work it had secured a copyright-free version of a 1998 feasibility study produced by the now defunct Wight Training and Enterprise Ltd, which it had made available online .

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  4. Wall St. attacked, Main St. woundedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Washington Examiner

    ... the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, known as Dodd-Frank after its main sponsors - then-Sen. Christopher Dodd, D-Conn., and then-Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass. - the reforms were intended to protect Main Street and the public from risks ...

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  5. Q&A: What Is Meerkat and Why Do Politicians Care About It?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | The Wall Street Journal

    Expect to hear a lot about Meerkat in the next few weeks, particularly from politicians. The app, named after the small animal from Africa that appears to stand on guard on its hind legs, makes live-streaming video easy - and it's latest the new way to for politicians to show they are keeping up with the cool kids.

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  6. Chris Dodd Finding the Film Industry Can Be as Tough as CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | News Max

    Former Connecticut Sen. Chris Dodd is leading the Motion Picture Association of America while the industry is challenged by a growing technological disruption. Dodd replaced Jack Valenti, who was recruited to be the chief lobbyist for Hollywood by six major studios, the Los Angeles Times reports.

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  7. Whose Side Is Bob Corker On?Read the original story

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Lucianne.com

    The past week wasn't an easy one for Bob Corker. "No doubt, it's created a little drama," the Tennessee senator tells me, referring to Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton's March 9 letter to Iran's leadership warning about making a nuclear deal with the Obama administration.

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  8. MPAA's Chris Dodd is facing industry upheaval and clashing studiosRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Los Angeles Times

    From left, George Clooney, MPAA chairman Chris Dodd, actress Shailene Woodley and Fox Filmed entertainment chairman Jim Gianopulos arrive at the Los Angeles premiere of "The Descendants" in 2011. From left, George Clooney, MPAA chairman Chris Dodd, actress Shailene Woodley and Fox Filmed entertainment chairman Jim Gianopulos arrive at the Los Angeles premiere of "The Descendants" in 2011.

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  9. The Cross-Generational Politics of Barney FrankRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | The Atlantic

    The Congressman's memoir tackles two of the biggest political shifts of his lifetime: the acceptance of gay people in public life and a dramatic decrease in faith in government. Barney Frank gets right to the point in his new memoir, I will too: the most engaging-and indeed occasionally heartrending -parts of this book are those in which he discusses his long struggles with his sexuality and relationships.

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  10. Opinion: Obama needs a cyberwar cabinetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Christian Science Monitor

    When Kim Jong-un launched an unprecedented cyberattack against the Sony Pictures Entertainment in November, a White House spokesman called it a "national security issue" that compelled President Obama to consider "a range of options." The president quickly assembled his war cabinet: the intelligence community to tell him the what, why, and how; departments of State, Defense, and Treasury to review response options; and the FBI and Department of Homeland Security to assess whether the attack to be part of a larger threat that could put the nation's critical infrastructure in danger.

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  11. Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham Preach Personal Sacrifice to Firefighter CrowdRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | National Journal

    The Republican senators-who are both eyeing a presidential run-made their cases Tuesday to the country's largest union of firefighters and emergency medical workers. Speeches from Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham and Marco Rubio on Tuesday at the International Association of Fire Fighters' presidential forum seemed tailored to proving their blue-collar bona fides to the crowd of emergency workers, with Graham and Rubio alike touching on the connection between personal sacrifice and success in America.

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  12. Make My DayTHE Problem with British Job TitlesRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 8 | American Reporter

    Somewhere in the godforsaken waters off Somalia, a rowboat with four pirates and a brave hostage aboard is holding off an American destroyer. A rowboat is a launch that has run out of gas, which is why it no longer merits the more elegant name.

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  13. Notorious Markets List focuses anti-piracy fightRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | Advanced-television.com

    United States Trade Representative Michael Froman has revealed the findings of the Special 301 Out-of-Cycle Review of Notorious Markets for 2014, which highlights certain physical and online markets around the world that are reported to engage in and facilitate substantial copyright piracy and trademark counterfeiting that harms American businesses and undermines our workers. The publication of the Notorious Markets report helps the United States and foreign governments to prioritise intellectual property rights enforcement that protects job-supporting innovation and creativity in the United States and around the world.

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  14. Rosario Dawson, Juli n Castro, Wilmer Valderrama celebrate Voto...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | The Washington Post

    From left, Adam Rodriguez, Voto Latino President and CEO Maria Teresa Kumar, America Ferrera, Rosario Dawson and Wilmer Valderrama attend an anniversary party. There were plenty of stars at the private reception for Voto Latino's 10-year anniversary Wednesday night, but the real VIP was a toddler with a shock of curly hair.

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  15. Make My DayTHE Problem with British Job TitlesRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 1 | American Reporter

    Somewhere in the godforsaken waters off Somalia, a rowboat with four pirates and a brave hostage aboard is holding off an American destroyer. A rowboat is a launch that has run out of gas, which is why it no longer merits the more elegant name.

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  16. Make My DayTHE Problem with British Job TitlesRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | American Reporter

    Somewhere in the godforsaken waters off Somalia, a rowboat with four pirates and a brave hostage aboard is holding off an American destroyer. A rowboat is a launch that has run out of gas, which is why it no longer merits the more elegant name.

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  17. Eleanor Holmes Norton Asks Authorities to Lift Capitol Hill Sledding BanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | The Wall Street Journal

    Sledding should be allowed on the U.S. Capitol grounds, Washington, D.C.'s non-voting delegate in Congress said Tuesday. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton released a letter sent to the sergeants-at-arms, who oversees the Capitol grounds, and the Capitol Police asking that the sledding prohibition be lifted.

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  18. DC delegate calls for end to Capitol Hill sledding banRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | The Hill

    Washington, D.C.'s non-voting representative in Congress has a message for the U.S. Capitol Police: end your war on sledding. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton asked the agency Tuesday to nix its ban on sledding on the Capitol grounds.

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  19. Ex-lawmakers on K St. bristle at pension billsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | The Hill

    Ex-members of Congress who have moved to K Street are bristling at a pair of bipartisan bills seeking to strip them of their taxpayer-funded federal pensions. The Hill reached out to three dozen former lawmakers - most are now registered lobbyists - and asked for their thoughts about the proposal.

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  20. Make My DayTHE Problem with British Job TitlesRead the original story

    Feb 15, 2015 | American Reporter

    Somewhere in the godforsaken waters off Somalia, a rowboat with four pirates and a brave hostage aboard is holding off an American destroyer. A rowboat is a launch that has run out of gas, which is why it no longer merits the more elegant name.

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