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The Other Shutdown

CNN and NBC have both canceled planned shows about Hillary Clinton. Lloyd Grove reports on a killer operation by Team Clinton to protect her presidential ambitions.

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Godless on Trial in Iowa

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Presidential hopefuls joined Iowa Christian conference but politics was overshadowed by God. By Ben Jacobs.

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Indonesia extends ban on logging of virgin forest

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Indonesia has extended a logging ban to protect rainforests despite fierce industry pressure, the government said yesterday, while green campaigners slammed the move as inadequate. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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George W. Bush to open presidential library in Texas

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Former US president George W. Bush will step back into the spotlight today to dedicate his presidential library, joined by successor Barack Obama, and predecessors Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and his father George Bush. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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US President Barack Obama gives up 5pc of his salary

<!– google_ad_section_start –> US President Barack Obama will return 5 per cent of his salary to the Treasury in a show of solidarity with federal workers hurting from US$85 billion in government-wide spending cuts. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Snags in Vote Tabulation Spur Anxiety in Kenya

Confusion rose on Wednesday as results from the presidential election were delayed by electronic breakdowns and officials announced a late-night change in tabulating votes.

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Marco Rubio Really Loves Israel

The Florida senator further burnished his presidential cred on a visit to Israel this week. Eli Lake on how he performed with Bibi.

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Syrian Army Rocket Kills 19 and Levels Buildings in Aleppo, Rebels Say

Anti-Assad activists also reported that at least two mortar rounds had exploded near one of the presidential palaces in Damascus.

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Protesters vent their fury at Taiwan president Ma Ying-jeou

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Tens of thousands of Taiwanese yesterday took to the streets, demanding a cabinet reshuffle to improve what they described as their “unbearably miserable life”, brought on by the government’s failure to lift the island’s sagging economy. Shouting slogans and unfurling banners saying “People are furious” and “Step down, incompetent government”, the protesters marched down Taipei’s major streets and rallied in front of the Presidential Office. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, U.S. Commander in Gulf War, Dies at 78

Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, who was lauded for his leadership during the war, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and Queen Elizabeth II made him an honorary knight.

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Indian police fire tear gas at protesters rally over gang rape

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Police in India’s capital used tear gas and water cannons yesterday to push back thousands of people who tried to march to the presidential mansion to protest against the gang rape and brutal beating of a 23-year-old on a bus. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Think Big, GOP!

Turning the presidential losing streak around will take nominees like McCain. Michael Medved explains.

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Mohammed Mursi’s opponents refuse to play winning hand, analysts say

<!– google_ad_section_start –> Opponents of a constitutional referendum called by Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi have successfully mobilised protests that have drawn thousands to demonstrations at the presidential palace in the past week. But they have yet to agree on how to approach next weekend’s vote, divided over whether to keep pushing for a delay, boycott it, or urge Egyptians to vote the proposed constitution down. <!– google_ad_section_end –>

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Officials: Damage Won’t Stop Vote

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With two days to go until the presidential election, officials are doing all they can to minimize the damage from Hurricane Sandy. In New Jersey and New York, organizers say there will not be major problems for voters in the areas hit hardest. Hundreds of generators will power polling stations, though the number in some areas has been cut down. New York City’s Mayor Bloomberg estimated polling-place changes would impact 143,000 New Yorkers, even though of the 1,256 locations to vote, only 59 will close.

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White House Denies Iran Report

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After four years of secret back-and-forths between American and Iranian diplomats, Iran has agreed to one-on-one negotiations with the United States over its nuclear program, The New York Times is reporting. The Times cites senior government officials who say Iran is looking to avoid military intervention, but has stipulated the talks can only occur only after the presidential election. The White House vehemently denied the Times’s report Saturday, saying “it’s not true that the United States and Iran have agreed to one-on-one talks or any meeting after the American elections.”

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Iran Agrees to Nuclear Talks

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After four years of secret back-and-forths between American and Iranian diplomats, Iran has agreed to one-on-one negotiations with the United States over its nuclear program, The New York Times is reporting. The Times cites senior government officials who say Iran is looking to avoid military intervention, but has stipulated the talks can only occur only after the presidential election. The White House vehemently denied the Times’s report Saturday, saying “it’s not true that the United States and Iran have agreed to one-on-one talks or any meeting after the American elections.”

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Libya Mission Attack Kills U.S. Ambassador

The violent deaths of four American diplomatic personnel in Libya provoked an uproar in Washington on Wednesday, presenting new challenges in the volatile Middle East less than two months before the presidential election.

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‘Red line’ folly

Underneath the headlines of the presidential campaign, there are growing signs that we are moving toward another war in the Middle East. This week Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu publicly scolded the United States for refusing to draw a “ red line ” on Iran’s nuclear program that, if crossed, would commit Washington to military strikes. He added that he would not accept a “red light” placed in front of Israel. Unless something dramatic changes its course, Israel is on a path to strike Iran’s nuclear facilities in the next six to nine months. Read full article > >

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Pigskin progressivism

With two extravagant entertainments under way, it is instructive to note the connection between the presidential election and the college football season: Barack Obama represents progressivism, a doctrine whose many blemishes on American life include universities as football factories, which progressivism helped to create. Read full article > >

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Ohio ordered to restore weekend early voting in judge’s ruling

A federal judge ruled Friday that Ohio must allow in-person voting on the weekend before the presidential election, a victory for Democrats who claimed Republican efforts to close down early voting were aimed at discouraging voters most likely to support President Obama. Read full article > >

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