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Romney’s Not Alone In Stumbling Over ‘Next President’ Line

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney chose Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) as his running mate for the 2012 campaign this […]

Ryan Boosts Romney’s Conservative Credentials, But Also Mobilizes Opponents

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney discarded his increasingly inert better-safe-than-sorry campaign strategy Saturday when he named budget hawk and Democratic […]

Georgia Gould Wins Bronze Medal In Mountain Bike Cross-Country Race

U.S. cyclist Georgia Gould has won bronze in the women’s mountain bike cross-country race. The gold medal went to France’s […]

Summer Lobster Surplus Leads To Cross-Border Price War Between Trappers

You might imagine a war between lobster trappers to be something like this battle of the lobsters. OK, not really. […]

Some Idaho Farmers Pray, Others Turn On The Water

In the West, in Idaho’s arid, high desert, the drought has a mixed effect. There’s a big divide between farmers […]

Joplin’s New Trees Struggle To Survive Amid Drought

Saplings — no more than six feet tall — dot the landscape in Joplin, Mo. They replace the large shade […]

Georgia Town Ranks As City With Worst U.S. Job Loss

For decades, Dalton, Ga., had been known as the carpet capital of the world. But recently, it was named something […]

Encoding Geopolitics: Virus Infects Banks In Lebanon

Cybercriminals have been doing it for years: developing viruses that enable them to steal bank account login information. But now, […]

First Prayer Service Held In Tennessee Mosque

Hundreds of Muslims in Murfreesboro, Tenn., gathered on Friday afternoon for prayers in a new mosque that has — at […]

Romney Aims To Perk Up Poll Numbers On Swing-State Bus Tour

GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney flew from Boston down to Virginia on Friday to launch a four-day swing-state bus tour. […]

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