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Longest Senate Campaign Of 2014

With Mary Landrieu’s re-election depending on a December runoff, Election Day may not determine control of the Senate in 2015.

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Slovakia elects Andrej Kiska as president

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Landslide victory for millionaire-turned-philanthropist deals blow to prime minister Robert Fico ahead of 2016 general electionAndrej Kiska swooped in out of the blue to clinch Slovakia’s presidency by a landslide, dealing a heavy blow to the credibility of the prime minister, Robert Fico, ahead of a general election in 2016.A non-aligned centrist who made his fortune in the consumer-credit business, Kiska, 51, will be Slovakia’s first president since independence in 1993 without a past in the Communist party.

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Thais vote for Senate as showdown looms for PM

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Thais voted on Sunday to elect the upper house of parliament in a poll that could hold the key to the fate of the prime minister, who faces possible impeachment for negligence after months of street protests. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Diplomatic push for Ukraine solution

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US Secretary of State John Kerry has his homebound flight diverted to meet Russia’s Sergei Lavrov in a new attempt to solve the Ukraine crisis.

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Federal judge OKs class action in e-book suit against Apple

By Joseph Ax NEW YORK (Reuters) – A federal judge in New York granted class certification on Friday to a group of consumers who sued Apple Inc for conspiring with five major publishers to fix e-book prices in violation of antitrust law. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote said the plaintiffs had…

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Blame This Man for March Madness

Ron Wellman is the most important man in selecting who goes to the NCAA Tournament. College basketball fans should get to know the man they’ll be cursing next week.

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Thai Opposition Party to Boycott Election

Thailand’s opposition Democrat Party will boycott the election, its leader said on Saturday, a move that could deepen uncertainty amid anti-government protests seeking to topple the government.

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Senate Sends Two-Year Budget to Obama

The 64-36 vote was far closer than the one in the House, reflecting the particular politics of the Senate, where coming elections shaped some Republicans’ votes.

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German Parliament Elects Merkel to Third Term

The vote came nearly three months after Ms. Merkel fell short of winning a clear majority in the general election, forcing her to form a “grand coalition.”

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Tunisia’s Political Parties Choose a New Prime Minister

The current minister of industry, Mehdi Jomaa, will take over as prime minister and lead a caretaker government until elections next year.

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On Election Day, Latin America Willingly Trades Machismo for Female Clout

The race for president in Chile demonstrates the region’s leadership in the empowerment of women, at least politically.

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Shuffling Staff, Obama Strives for a Recharge After a Tough Fifth Year

As the president closes a tough fifth year, his is seeking to recapture lost momentum and confront the daunting challenges of the midterm election season.

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After Mandela, a Test at the Polls for His Party

After the death of its most beloved leader, the African National Congress could face its most competitive elections since it came to power in 1994.

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Three Senators Try to Hold Off G.O.P. in South

Three Democrats facing tough re-election fights next year are essentially all that stand between Republicans and complete control of the old Confederacy’s Senate delegation.

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Honduras Election Results Challenged

Xiomara Castro, the left-wing presidential candidate in last week’s elections, has rejected the official results and called on her supporters to march in the streets.

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Transition Begins in Boston, for First Time in a Generation

With the election of Martin J. Walsh as mayor, Boston is poised to break out of the mold cast by Mayor Thomas M. Menino, who is widely credited with transforming the city during his 20-year tenure.

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Booker Handily Wins New Jersey Senate Primary

The victory, after an abbreviated and contentious contest with some of the state’s best-known Democrats, makes Mr. Booker a heavy favorite to win the October general election.

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America, Inc. at it’s Finest

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