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Guyana (AP) — The presidential press secretary in Guyana has been convicted of assault for striking an opposition party supporter during last year's election in the South American country. A judge also convicted Press Secretary
Just as he did with his first $6 billion, it will all be awarded through Atlantic Philanthropies , the group of private foundations he created in 1982 and managed to run anonymously for its first 15 years, even though it was one of the largest
Adam Hanft For generations, politicians have used the phrase My friends. Even Abe Lincoln would often refer to his listeners that way. Today, in the age of Facebook, that familiarity obviously takes on a whole new set of references. We are in the
FoxNews.com After years of earning their political chops in governor mansions, on Capitol Hill, attacking party rivals or just waiting their turn, several top prospects and some wild cards are emerging as potential 2016 presidential candidates.
An uncensored peek at Gov. Scott's e-mail A n absolutely true news item: To erase the perception that it was censoring public records, the office of Gov. Rick Scott has announced it will no longer delete unflattering correspondence from the governor'
Charging toward the Aug. 14 Democratic primary, the long-shot candidate for U.S. Senate works the phones with frank efficiency. "I'm sitting here at a phone bank with all of my volunteers trying to get folks like you to support me,'' she tells a
FightBigotry.com is one the newest super PACs to register with the Federal Election Commission , and it's devoted to one purpose: exposing what it believes is President Barack Obama's "defense of black racism." Share This Story "We are the only
Ten days before Democrats in the Fifth District pick their nominee for the fall election, the three candidates vying for that title will come together one last time to each put one final image of themselves in voters' minds before they head to polls.
The contest for the Democratic nomination in the state's 2nd Congressional District got a little hotter on Friday. Robert Eye, a Lawrence attorney, issued a recorded telephone message to voters, criticizing his opponent Tobias Schlingensiepen, a
August 2, 2012 According to recent rhetoric surrounding the Orange-Osceola state attorney's race, voters are left with an unenviable choice: a promoter of "cronyism" and "political favors" or a man who "profits from tragedy." That last claim is the