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Mobilizing the Public to Move Beyond Crisis

Mobilizing the Public to Move Beyond Crisis

By Joel Pett 21/04/2015 18:17

AN ESTIMATED 400,000 PEOPLE showed their solidarity and support for climate action in New York City at what is now known as the largest climate march in history – and that doesn’t include the 2,646 solidarity events held in over 160 countries around the world.

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Ohio's John Kasich closer to 2016 bid

Ohio's John Kasich closer to 2016 bid

By Nate Beeler 21/04/2015 18:15

Republican Gov. John Kasich of Ohio is inching closer to a presidential bid and his supporters have launched an organization that can raise unlimited funds from donors.

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Rand Paul slams GOP foreign policy hawks

Rand Paul slams GOP foreign policy hawks

By Peter Evans 19/04/2015 19:05

Rand Paul ripped into his hawkish rivals for the Republican nomination Saturday, suggesting that problems in the Middle East would actually be worse under them than President Barack Obama.

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Rand Paul pens tribute to Koch

Rand Paul pens tribute to Koch

By Rob Rogers 19/04/2015 18:28

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) writes that controversial conservative donors Charles and David Koch have "always stood for freedom, equality and opportunity" in a tribute published by Time magazine on Thursday.

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Hillary Clinton's father's gravestone toppled

Hillary Clinton's father's gravestone toppled

By Jimmy Margulies 19/04/2015 16:11

The gravestone of the father of former US secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton has been found toppled at a Pennsylvania cemetery after she announced her decision to run for president in 2016.

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Immigration debacle dogs Marco Rubio

Immigration debacle dogs Marco Rubio

By Bruce Plante 19/04/2015 16:11

The calls started coming from Republican Party honchos and prominent GOP senators right after Election 2012: The party had to start competing better for the Latino vote, and immigration reform was the place to start.

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Economists say ‘no miracle to come’ if Iran sanctions lifted

Economists say ‘no miracle to come’ if Iran sanctions lifted

By A.F.Branco 19/04/2015 15:41

While the prospects are still not certain for Iran and P5+1 to reach a final comprehensive agreement over the Iranian nuclear energy program, concerns are rising in Tehran over the ballooning sentiment of businesses that the removal of sanctions is as certain as the sunrise.

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Economists say ‘no miracle to come’ if Iran sanctions lifted

Economists say ‘no miracle to come’ if Iran sanctions lifted

By A.F.Branco 19/04/2015 15:41

While the prospects are still not certain for Iran and P5+1 to reach a final comprehensive agreement over the Iranian nuclear energy program, concerns are rising in Tehran over the ballooning sentiment of businesses that the removal of sanctions is as certain as the sunrise.

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Low-pay jobs major issue in US presidential election

Low-pay jobs major issue in US presidential election

By Signe Wilkinson 19/04/2015 15:35

Stockwell says the issue of low-income workers has not been raised by presidential candidates in the past but the problems of the labor forces will matter in the national political level and during presidential campaign in 2016.

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After Moscow, Where Next for Tsipras?

After Moscow, Where Next for Tsipras?

By 18/04/2015 19:33

When Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras visited Moscow last week, there were some hopes in Athens that President Vladimir Putin would give Tsipras something to bring back home.

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