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Putin, Russia’s Man Of Action, Is Slowed By Injury

Take it easy, tough guy. Russian officials are acknowledging that President Vladimir Putin has been slowed by back problems, but […]

Marathon Runners Wonder, Why Not Cancel Earlier?

For the first time since it began in 1970, the New York City Marathon will not take place. Marathon officials […]

Divergent Labor Markets: Private Gains, Public Losses

The last unemployment report before the election came out Friday, and the news was middling: Unemployment ticked up to 7.9 […]

Lessons From Katrina Boost FEMA’s Sandy Response

The Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, has received good grades from politicians and even some survivors of the storm. […]

Nation’s Christmas Tree Plucked From Colorado

The undeniable smell of fresh-cut spruce filled the air Friday morning as crews crowded around the trunk of this year’s […]

Race For Redrawn Calif. District Is Tight And Pricey

Dan Lungren has been in and out of public office since 1979. The Republican represented a Southern California district in […]

Five ways to cover the election from the ground up

Covering elections and their run-up can, at its worst, resemble the end-of-year holidays: Rote. Boring. Lather, rinse, repeat. Imagine at […]

(Video) Voters’ voices: One truly undecided voter

Just days before the 2012 presidential election, Lisa Boylan, of Forest Lake, Minn.,  still hasn’t made up her mind about […]

“Chesapeake Swings to 3rd-Quarter Loss”

Chesapeake Energy posted a $2.01 billion loss in the third quarter. The Oklahoma City natural gas giant is struggling with […]

Smithsonian’s Wayne Clough Plays Not My Job

The Smithsonian Institution is often called The Nation’s Attic, because of all the treasures crammed into it … which makes […]

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