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U.S. Elections

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  • Syria's Assad: Still the wrong choice

     Syria's Assad: Still the wrong choice
    The war in Syria, and the proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia it in part represents, again reared its ugly head in Beirut on Dec. 27 and Jan. 2.
  • Vladimir Keilis-Borok dies at 92; sought to predict earthquakes

    Vladimir Keilis-Borok dies at 92; sought to predict earthquakes
    Vladimir Keilis-Borok, an internationally known seismologist and geophysicist who never wavered in his dogged pursuit of what he called his profession's "holy grail" — a method to accurately predict earthquakes — died Saturday at his Culver...

    From mountain guide to president: Georgia elects new leader

    From mountain guide to president: Georgia elects new leader
    TBILISI, Georgia -- Georgi Margvelashvili, a onetime mountain guide who forged a reputation in politics as a moderate voice of reason, won the presidential election in Georgia on Sunday with backing from the prime minister's ruling coalition. By late...

    Extremely close Virginia race once again highlights election errors

    Extremely close Virginia race once again highlights election errors
    WASHINGTON – An overlooked voting machine, a fight over rules, faulty counts – the almost-impossibly close race for attorney general in Virginia once again has highlighted the errors that slip into U.S. elections. As of Monday morning,...

    Early results show conservative ahead in Honduras

    Early results show conservative ahead in Honduras
    TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Juan Orlando Hernandez, candidate of the conservative ruling National Party, took an early lead in Honduras' presidential election Sunday, a vote overshadowed by deadly violence, endemic poverty and the lingering...