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7 ways Bernie Sanders could transform America

He may not capture the Democratic nomination, but the Vermont senator still has a chance to reshape the party

France Won't Face Its Waterloo, Complain the British

France is being accused by British critics of being sore losers, after having snubbed an invitation to the bicentenary celebration of the Battle of Waterloo next month by failing to nominate any high-ranking official to send to the event.

Delhi's heritage city dream dashed by government

Indian government withdraws nomination for UNESCO world heritage city, saying it could hamper development.

5 Artists Who Deserve to Be on the New British £20

Thumbnail via Adam Smith's out; Tuesday morning at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney announced that the UK is seeking nominations for the new face of their £20 banknote. Instead of any old politician...Show More Summary

Swoosie Kurtz On ‘Mike & Molly,’ Mom And Her First Tony Award Nomination

EXCLUSIVE: I met Swoosie Kurtz for the first time in the brief lull between her first Tony nomination and her first win. Almost immediately I asked her to marry me. Didn’t matter that I was married at the time. Didn’t matter that weShow More Summary

Jeb Bush's Stunningly Idiotic Stance On Man-Made Climate-Change

We knew it was coming: that inevitable, science-hating, pandering that must be part of the platform of any GOP candidate with a chance at the nomination. Jeb Bush, in a New Hampshire town hall meeting on Wednesday, showed his disdain...Show More Summary

O’Malley has trips planned to Iowa and N.H. after ‘special announcement’

Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley has back-to-back trips planned to Iowa and New Hampshire after his presidential announcement at the end of this month, according to activists in those early nominating states. The Democrat has heavily teased a “special announcement” the morning of May 30 at Federal Hill Park in Baltimore, the city he served […]

FCC commissioner Rosenworcel nominated for new term

President Obama said he will renominate FCC commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel to another term. The Democratic commissioner initially took her seat on the commission in 2011.

What Are Mad Max: Fury Road’s Oscar Chances?

Can it run the course to get a Best Picture nomination? The post What Are Mad Max: Fury Road’s Oscar Chances? appeared first on

O'Malley to campaign in Iowa hours after 2016 announcement

O'Malley will campaign in the leadoff caucus state on May 30, the same day he makes an announcement in Baltimore about whether he will seek the Democratic presidential nomination. If he runs for the nomination, as his travel plans strongly suggest he will, O'Malley will join former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Vermont Sen. Show More Summary

House of the Day: Magnificent $950K Dome Home Spins at the Push of a Button

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what you've got. All photos via Douglas Elliman Location:...

Republicans Sharpen Contrasts With One Another

At the Southern Republican Leadership Conference, the presidential hopefuls who addressed party activists indicated the nascent Republican nominating contest is shifting a to a new, harder-edged phase.

Presidential Nominating Calendar Shenanigans

We haven't discussed the presidential nominating calender in a good while now. But while it's in many places still a work in progress, things are happening that could have a...

Bobby Jindal’s sad strategy: Why he needs another freak show to win the GOP nomination

Louisiana's GOP guv says the more's the merrier for the '16 primary. Here's the cynical reason why

Political Memo: Hillary Clinton, Acutely Aware of Pitfalls, Avoids Press on Campaign Trail

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The news media is Hillary Rodham Clinton’s only real opponent so far en route to the Democratic nomination, and it makes political sense for her to avoid it.

Stars for ’88 and ’89!

I am pleased to report that Colonel Steve Neary ’88, USMC, and Colonel Paul Pardew ’89, USA (my and BullNav’s Brother Rat), have been nominated for promotion to the rank of Brigadier General. They will be the first General Officers from those classes. Congrats to both and to their families!

Zombies vs. Robots adaptation Inherit the Earth gets Oscar-nominated writer

To date, all of screenwriter Craig Borten's work has been on dramas that were based on true stories. Since receiving an Academy Award nomination for his first produced screenplay DALLAS BUYERS CLUB, Borten has co-written THE 33, which...Show More Summary

Brennan & McDonald: Deconstructing the Taxation of Packaged Financial Strategies

Thomas Brennan (Harvard) & Robert McDonald (Northwestern), Deconstructing the Taxation of Packaged Financial Strategies: Financial claims are often taxed according to the way in which they are nominally “packaged” rather than according to their economic characteristics. We deconstruct financial taxation by viewing any financial strategy as a dynamic portfolio of...

Democrats bash Arlington board’s vote to sell historic farmhouse

Five of the six candidates running for Democratic nomination to two Arlington County Board seats denounced the board’s quick decision earlier this week to sell the historic Reeves farmhouse.The candidates, appearing Thursday night at...Show More Summary

Likely Presidential Candidate Promises Pre-Emptive Strikes on US Foes

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker - who is widely expected to announce his bid for the Republican presidential nomination for the 2016 election - has reaffirmed his conviction that the US should be able to take pre-emptive military action against what he calls certain attacks on the United States.

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