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  • World mourns Nelson Mandela, South Africa's 'greatest son'

    World mourns Nelson Mandela, South Africa's 'greatest son'
    World leaders and human rights activists from around the globe mourned the death of South African freedom fighter Nelson Mandela on Thursday, praising the long-ailing 95-year-old as an inspiration to the abused and downtrodden worldwide. "We've lost our...
  • NSA missing the profit potential in cellphone tracking program

    NSA missing the profit potential in cellphone tracking program
    Well, whaddaya know: “NSA tracking cellphone locations worldwide, Snowden documents show.” That’s the headline; here’s the meat of the tale: “The National Security Agency is gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the...
  • As Obamacare website relaunches, there's reason to hope

    As Obamacare website relaunches, there's reason to hope
    The opportunity to be reborn is a rare gift indeed, granted to few beyond the mythical phoenix and some adherents of the Baptist faith. Them — and the Affordable Care Act, which this week will undergo what its supporters hope will be a second launch...
  • Dance of the GOP governors

    Dance of the GOP governors
    Don't look now, but auditions for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination are already underway in Washington. And the flavor of the moment is — governors. First came Chris Christie, the pugnacious governor of New Jersey, who won reelection...
  • GOP promise of immigration reform fades a year after election

    GOP promise of immigration reform fades a year after election
    WASHINGTON — Earlier this year, as House Republicans began considering changes to the nation's immigration laws after their party's defeat in the presidential election, they were given a list of do's and don'ts that updated GOP thinking on the...
  • Scott Walker: For bold reform, give GOP White House and Congress

    Scott Walker: For bold reform, give GOP White House and Congress
    WASHINGTON — Voters have seen in the last few years that divided government leads to gridlock, and Republicans should make the case in 2014 and 2016 “to give this party a chance” to run both the White House and Congress, Wisconsin Gov....
  • Obama data, ad team alliances offer glimpse of future political ads

    Obama data, ad team alliances offer glimpse of future political ads
    A partnership announced Thursday between the data analyzers who found Americans who might be persuaded to vote for President Obama and the ad creators who successfully pushed them to the polls provides a glimpse of the future of political advertising....
  • Sony Pictures details budget and film slate cuts at Thursday meeting

    Sony Pictures details budget and film slate cuts at Thursday meeting
    Sony Pictures Entertainment, reeling from several box-office disappointments and facing scrutiny from an activist shareholder, said at a Thursday meeting for investors that it would undergo a “significant shift” away from movies and toward the...
  • Sony to discuss movie studio budget cuts at Thursday meeting

    Sony to discuss movie studio budget cuts at Thursday meeting
    Sony Corp. will address the state of its embattled movie and television studio in a five-hour meeting for investors Thursday morning at the Sony Pictures Entertainment lot in Culver City. The company is expected to discuss planned budget cuts at the...
  • Cheney sisters' gay-marriage fight: A Gingrich has some advice

    Cheney sisters' gay-marriage fight: A Gingrich has some advice
    Before Mary and Liz Cheney, there were Newt and Candace Gingrich. Starting in the '90s, the Gingrich siblings -- one a straight, conservative politician and the other a married, gay activist -- played out the same family drama over gay marriage that...
  • Ex-Treasury official considers challenging Jerry Brown in 2014

    Ex-Treasury official considers challenging Jerry Brown in 2014
    Meeting with half a dozen formerly homeless people at an Orange County nonprofit, Neel Kashkari told them what has been an open secret in California political circles: The former U.S. Treasury Department official and banker is weighing a run for...