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New Iranian Sanctions, And Fears They Could Backfire

The U.S. Congress has approved legislation that targets the Central Bank of Iran and is intended to make it more […]

After Protests, Russia’s Putin Takes To The Airwaves

For the first time in more than a decade running Russia, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is facing serious opposition to […]

Probe Finds Arizona Sheriff Violated Civil Rights

Sheriff Joe Arpaio has a national reputation for being tough on crime but now the Arizona law man is in […]

U.S. Flag Comes Down, And Iraq War Is Officially Over

After nearly nine years of war in Iraq, a subdued flag-lowering ceremony in Baghdad on Thursday marked the official end […]

Iowa Gov. Branstad On GOP White House Contest: ‘It’s A Wide Open Race’

Iowa’s popular Gov. Terry Branstad hasn’t endorsed any of the Republican presidential candidates crisscrossing his state yet. Which means he […]

When The Formerly Rich Need Help Buying Food

The image of rich folks using food stamps to buy filet mignon is becoming the 21st-century version of the Reagan-era […]

Department of Ed Asks for More Money

The State Board of Education gives approval for a nearly $2.5 billion dollar request for the upcoming legislative session.

In Iowa, Obama’s Campaign Team Rehearses For 2012

President Obama doesn’t have to worry about winning the Jan. 3 Iowa caucuses. He’s almost sure to be the only […]

Perry Tries To Ride Back Into Iowans’ Hearts

Texas Gov. Rick Perry is trying to reclaim a place in the top tier of the Republican presidential field — […]

‘Carnage’ In The Smart Set, And Self-Inflicted, Too

The setup in Carnage is perfectly civilized: Two well-heeled Brooklyn couples discussing, calmly and rationally, the uncivilized behavior of their […]

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