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White House mole was an Indian-American

Source: Politics Balla | Nov 2 2013, 4:30am CDT | by IANS

White House mole was an Indian-American
Washington, Nov 2 (IANS) It turns out that a White House mole fired recently for snarky anonymous tweets about top Obama administration officials and its policies was an Indian-American policy wonk.
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HuffPost Pollster Gives GOP 50-50 Chance Of Winning Senate

Sep 2 2014 12:25pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- The race for control of the U.S. Senate remains very much in doubt, coming down to a coin-flip based on current voter preferences as measured by the latest public polls. According to a new election forecasting model compiled by HuffPost Pollster and launched on Tuesday, Republicans have a 48 percent chance of taking control of the Senate. The outcome hinges on a handful of races where the poll-trackin ...
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Fate of Texas' Voter ID Law to Be Determined in Court

Sep 2 2014 7:34am CDT | Source: Big Government

HOUSTON, Texas -- A judge in Corpus Christi, Texas will decide the fate of the Lone Star State's new voter identification law, which requires citizens to show a photo ID at the polls. The judge, Nelva Gonzales Ramos, will start hearing arguments on Tuesday of this week.  Texas Governor Rick Perry signed the rules into law in 2011, according to the Associated Press (AP). The law requires voters to show one of six types of photo IDs. A college ID card ...
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'Headscarf instils positive body image in British Muslim women'
London, Sep 3 (IANS) British Muslim women who wear a hijab (headscarf) generally have a more positive body image, are less reliant on media messages about beauty ideals and place less importance on appearance than those who do not wear a hijab, says an Indian-origin researcher. | by IANS
 
Console games new threat to global climate: Study
New York, Sep 3 (IANS) Console games downloaded over broadband internet are causing more greenhouse gas emissions than Blu-ray discs delivered via retail stores, new research reveals. | by IANS
 
Human greed driving species towards extinction: Study
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Biden: ‘Time to Make Sure You Get an Equal Share’

Sep 1 2014 11:58am CDT | Source: Big Government

Vice President Joe Biden declared “it’s time to take back America” to ensure “you get an equal share” at a Labor Day rally in Detroit, MI on Monday.  He passionately stated “it’s time to take back America, it’s time to change the tax code, it’s time to make sure you get an equal share...if we don’t America’s in trouble.” Biden also argued that workers need a “fair wage,” and that despite the economic downturn, “the American people have not stopped dreaming.” He also urged law ...
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The Bold New Politics Of Children’s Books

Aug 29 2014 11:45am CDT | Source: ThinkProgress

CREDIT: Shutterstock Subjects once considered taboo for people of any age are making their way into books geared toward the youngest readers. In many ways, the trend mirrors television shows and movies that push the envelope and open up dialogue about important political and social topics, including recent hits like Orange Is the New Black and The Normal Heart. But unlike these shows, the books call on kids to confront difficult subject ma ...
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Obama: 'Justice Will Be Done' for Islamic State Killers

Aug 26 2014 5:05pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

By Mark Felsenthal and Phil Stewart CHARLOTTE, N.C./WASHINGTON Aug 26 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama vowed "justice will be done" against the Islamic State killers of American journalist James Foley on Tuesday as the United States sought to identify targets for potential airstrikes in Syria. Obama's tough talk followed his decision to approve U.S. surveillance flig ...
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Biden charms veteran, 108, in video

Aug 26 2014 4:00pm CDT | Source: POLITICO

He tells 108-year-old Lucy Coffey, the oldest living U.S. female veteran, "I'm the guy that l ...
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Elizabeth Warren's Home State Would Prefer Hillary Clinton For President

Aug 26 2014 1:54pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

Most Massachusetts Democrats would choose former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over homestate Senator Elizabeth Warren as a potential 2016 presidential nominee, according to a pollreleased Monday by Suffolk University and The Boston Herald. Out of 400 likely Democratic voters, 55 percent backed Clinton, while only 17.25 percent said they would vote for Warren. Vice President Joe Biden came in third with 7.75 percent of the vote. ...
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Chris Christie Says Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn Is 'Miserably Unpopular,' 'Failed'

Aug 26 2014 1:21pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Monday had harsh words for Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn (D), calling him a "failed" governor and accusing Illinois' Democratic leadership of "using every trick in the book" to fend off a challenge from Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner. Speaking to a crowd of campaign volunteers at Rauner's downtown Chicago campaign headquarters, Christie said Democrats' push for same-day voter registration for the Nov. 4 elect ...
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