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The political magazine with a full cup of Coffee and a few polling numbers in between the refills. La revista política con una taza llena de café y algunos números de las encuestas entre las recargas.
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Jeff Greene sues The St. Petersburg Times and The Miami Herald for libel, claiming that articles they published cost him his bid for the United States Senate. Lisa Murkowski concedes to "Gunner Joe" Miller in Alaska "Conservatives... more

President Nixon ends Vietnam war at 12:30 Paris time today [Tuesday], January 23, 1973. President Obama declared the U.S. war in Iraq ended on 31 August 3010, telling the nation that he was fulfilling his campaign pledge to stop a... more

President Barack Obama speaks at Xavier University on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina . “My administration is going to stand with you, and fight alongside you, until the job is done, until New Orleans all the way... more

Right-Wing talk show host Glenn Beck,Sarah Palin and other Tea Party functionaries called on America to return to god and traditional values at the Lincoln Memorial the site of Dr King's "I Have Dream Speech". Rev.Dr Al... more

Small-town Alaska mayor Scott McAdams has won the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate. But the tough part will lie ahead, with McAdams facing a tough bid to upset the Republican winner, Joe "Gunner" Miller or Lisa Murkowski.... more

Joe Miller's lead over Sen. Lisa Murkowski slightly narrowed to 1,668 votes with all precincts counted. We talk with Anne Kilkenny(Sarah Palin's favourite neighbour) in Wasilla,Alaska about the election and Alaskan politics. Peter... more

Incumbent Senator John McCain won the Republican Senate nomination in the Arizona Senate primary. McCain beat out former Congressman J.D. Hayworth FREDERICA WILSON wins Meeks old congressional seat. Senator Lisa... more

In 1960, four African American college students sat down at a Woolworth counter in Greensboro, North Carolina and asked to be served at the “whites only” counter. While they were refused service, their sit-in’s ignited an entire... more

This Week in Politics is a hard news look at the past week and the upcoming week in the political world with commentary and insight into polling tends. Alaska Republican Senate candidates Senator Lisa Murkowski and Joe Miller debate... more

Republican Tom Emmer, Democrat Mark Dayton and the Independence Party's Tom Horner debate before the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce ,the group behind business-oriented political fund Minnesota Forward. Target Corp.... more
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