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Smart-phone ads not yet political

Campaigns are spending less than 1 percent of their ad budgets on mobile technology this year. Read the full story from Politico…

Senate unlikely to follow House on yuan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Senate is unlikely to take up pending China currency legislation following a weekend promise by the Group of 20 economic powers to shun currency devaluations for…

Front-runner in Florida Senate race called extremist

MIAMI (Reuters) – Florida Governor Charlie Crist attacked Republican Marco Rubio, the front-runner in the race for the state’s open Senate seat, saying on Sunday he held “extreme views” in…

The early vote: signs of GOP passion

But for Dems there are promising data that the idea of a devastating turnout gap may be overblown. Read the full story from Politico…

Rubio blasts ‘heckler’ Crist

Fla. Senate candidates trade attacks during debate. Read the full story from Politico…

Democrat fights for political life in Bush country

CRAWFORD, Texas (Reuters) – Deep in the red heart of Texas, a Democrat is fighting for his political life. Read the full story from Reuters…

Canadian at Guantanamo to announce plea decision

GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) – Canadian captive Omar Khadr strolled across the sun-baked yard in one of the communal camps at the Guantanamo Bay U.S. detention center…

Michael Roth: Cynics Need to Drop Their Fear, Contempt

Cross-posted from AJC.com (Atlanta Journal-Constitution) Cynicism. We hear about it all the time. The level of public discourse has gotten so low, so mean-spirited, that it is turning off people…

3 GOP candidates spend $243M

Whitman, Scott and McMahon go for broke — but still aren’t leading in the polls. Read the full story from Politico…

The more things change, the more they will stay the same

The more things change, the more they will stay the same

Change at the top? Not necessarily. Whichever party controls the House and Senate after the Nov. 2 election probably will install the same leaders whose policymaking helped bring about the…