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What is it about presidents' second terms that makes them seem so scandal-ridden? Simple: The iron law of longevity. All governments make mistakes, and all governments try to hide those mistakes. But the longer an administration is in office, the more...
Despite what you may hear from some of his more fevered critics, President Barack Obama's recent scandal-quakes don't appear to fall anywhere near the level of Richard Nixon's Watergate scandal. But by another Nixonian yardstick, trying to muzzle on press...
TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott has signed an elections bill that allows more early voting, in an attempt to reverse some of the restrictions the Republican-controlled Legislature put in place in 2011. The legislation is a response to the ridicule...
Tags: Florida Elections, Voting, Polls, Rick Scott, Barack Obama
At the kickoff of the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association's annual convention this month, that organization's strides — not to mention the entire nation's — were no more clear than on a simple United Airlines banner beside the...
The Miami HeraldCuba's communist government eased controls on religious activities in the past year but overall maintained "significant restrictions" on freedom of religion on the island, according to a U.S. State Department report. Most religious leaders in Cuba...
Tallahassee Bureau ChiefTALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott has signed an elections bill that attempts to reverse some of the restrictions the Republican-controlled Legislature put in place in 2011, including allowing more early-voting. The legislation is a response to the ridicule...
Tags: Regional Authority, Voting, Polls, Elections, Florida Elections
Associated PressFORT MEADE, Md. (AP) — Lawyers in the court-martial of an Army private who sent more than 700,000 classified U.S. documents to WikiLeaks said Tuesday they have reached a deal that may eliminate the need for testimony from a member of the military...
The U.S. Peace Corps will begin accepting applications from same-sex couples who wish to serve overseas together for the first time next month, the agency announced Tuesday. The move follows a broader shift by the Obama administration toward publicly...
In reference to Benghazi: Hillary Clinton wasn't informed of the immediacy of the situation until it was too late. She couldn't have had a very good handle on her State Department if they didn't keep her informed of this debacle. But a sudden revelation...
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — Andy and Bethany Nagel left photos of themselves at the orphanage for the little boy with Down syndrome who was going to be their son. We'll be back, they told 4-year-old Timofey, blowing kisses from the doorway and...
WASHINGTON — The FBI obtained a sealed search warrant to read a Fox News reporter's personal emails from two days in 2010 after arguing there was probable cause he had violated espionage laws by soliciting classified information from a government...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWASHINGTON, DC-- The State Department says safeguarding religious freedom around the world is a matter of national security importance to the United States. The department has issued a new report on international religious freedom. The State Department...
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