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Relations between the US and Chinese governments are moving toward a tense atmosphere as both countries levied tariff restrictions against each other. read more »

Edward M. Kennedy succumbed to brain cancer at age 77.

The death of the Massachusetts senator who served his state for more than 40 years hogged the deadlines of leading newspapers in the US and abroad. read more »

The controversial arrest of black Harvard University Prof. Henry Louis Gates Jr. at his own house in Cambridge, Massachusetts by Sgt. James Crowley, a white police officer who is an academy expert on racial profiling, sparked a national debate that is likely to put President Barack Obama on the spotlight. read more »

While the $700 billion bailout seemed a certainty only two days ago, public outcry from the public and bi-partisan concern about giving the Treasury Department carte blanche has put some speed bumps in the path of passing this historical legislation. read more »

This Friday evening, on the campus of the University of Mississippi, the two major contenders for the US Presidency will square off in a debate on foreign policy. While one might expect differences over the Iraqi War, Musings from Maytown declares that few substantive differences separate the two candidates on foreign policy. read more »

by Shana Kluck

Denouncing Russian military action against Georgia, Senator McCain said, “in the 21st century nations don’t invade other nations.”

Like Iraq?

Apparently, the Bush administration agrees: read more »

There is a sentiment beyond "the issues" here that all the other presidential candidates lack. I'm not a terribly sentimental person, but the power underlying message, which vibrates at a higher level, cannot be ignored. VOTE!
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