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Bishop pulls ahead by 15 votes

The Democratic lawmaker overtakes Republican Randy Altschuler on Long Island. Read the full story.…

U.S. says China must press North Korea on uranium program

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – North Korea’s effort to enrich uranium is typical of its defiance of the United Nations, and major powers including China must put pressure on Pyongyang to abandon…

Steve Clemons: The Impact Today and Tomorrow of Chalmers Johnson

Next week, Foreign Policy magazine and its editor-in-chief Susan Glasser will be releasing its 2nd annual roster of the world’s greatest thinkers and doers in foreign policy. I have seen…

John Ensign Could Be In Big Trouble In 2012

If Sen. John Ensign began last week with a declaration of his 2012 candidacy that earned him more raised eyebrows than ravenous applause, he got a moment at the end…

Gates warns of North Korean nukes

The Pentagon says a newly revealed facility could boost the nation’s nuclear weapons capability. Read the full story.…

Angle’s campaign sank candidate

GOP insiders say her campaign was a model of dysfunction, as bad as Reid’s was good. Read the full story.…

Centrifuges confirm concerns on North Korea: Pentagon

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – North Korea’s effort to enrich uranium is typical of its defiance of the United Nations and major powers including China must put pressure on Pyongyang to abandon…

Sarah Palin Scouting Office Space In Iowa, Hints At 2012 Presidential Run

Sarah Palin has dropped another hint of her intention to run for the White House in 2012, dispatching aides to scope out office space in Iowa, the first stop in…

TSA: The agency Americans love to hate

TSA: The agency Americans love to hate

How did an agency created to protect the public become the target of so much public scorn? After nine years of funneling travelers into ever longer lines with orders to…

TSA chief: Screening may evolve

John Pistole changes his tune on pat-downs. Read the full story.…