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Speaking at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., on Monday, feminist Gloria Steinem said receiving the Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama would be honoring the work of Margaret Sanger. I hope this is retroactive in honoring the work
National secretary of the Labor Party George Wright dissects Labor's campaign at the National Press Club. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen A key difference between Labor and the Liberals during the federal election was that the Coalition had discipline in "
According to Dawn News, he said that during the APC, all political parties had the same voice on achieving peace in the country. He said that the process of peace negotiations between the two sides was continuing, adding that the efforts will
US & World Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis complained to police in Rhode Island last month that people were talking to him through the walls and ceilings of his hotel rooms and sending microwave vibrations into his body. The gunman in the
ABC Fact Check last week found this claim was out of date, and the $550 figure no longer applies . The Coalition plans to replace the carbon pricing scheme with its "Direct Action" policy, with the same goal to reduce emissions by five per cent by
While this afternoon's National Press Club event was badged as a debate, the two Queensland party leaders agreed on many issues and saved their sharpest criticism for the Coalition and Labor. Mr Katter targeted the Nationals, the party that once
THE election debate has been punted from prime television real estate, with the commercial networks banishing Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott to their secondary channels. The event at the National Press Club in Canberra will be moderated by Sky News'
Headlining a National Press Club luncheon, state Sen. Wendy Davis said she's considering only two options: run for governor, or seek reelection. A lot of people are asking me that question lately, as you can imagine, she said, when the emcee asked
Opposition leader Mr. Tony Abbott today attacked the Government's tightening of 457 visas and felt, in fact, 457 visas were strengthening Australia. He said the 457 visas were not an attack on skilled migration. On a question by SAT that 457 visas
Greg Rudd says his brother is used to hard knocks, and coming back from them. He recalled that after his first defeat as a Labor candidate in 1996 Kevin remained adamant he wanted to be prime minister one day. "I said, 'You've got plenty of time ...