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My father won in todays election as a baranggay councilor and I am so happy for him and our entire family and our neighbors and friends that he is one of the people who will manage our place for all the peace and problems being a public servant.
When the rupee hit 58.78 against a dollar earlier this year P Cidambaram, the Indian Finance Minister (FM), while talking to the media said that there was no need to panic as the currency would regain the losses and then stabilize. Among
The Eastern European nation has won the survey conducted by the Sun in order to find the sexiest army recruits in the world. The nation has topped the list with a whopping 2656 votes and a 17 percent share of the total cast -15,741. Sacha Baron Cohen'
Avoid "dagdag-bawas or pluses-minuses syndrome" on Monday's Philippines electoral exercises By Alfredo B. Ancheta Anchor for Allvoices Philippines
Published March 17, 2013 FoxNews.com As Senate Democrats push ahead with a proposed ban on assault weapons and other gun-control legislation, Republicans are still trying to draw attention to what they see as the bigger issue -- keeping the mentally
Democrats are ready to muscle expanded background checks and other gun curbs through a Senate committee, giving President Barack Obama an initial if temporary victory on one of his top priorities. The Senate Judiciary Committee was to debate a bill
Wash. (AP) Supporters of a proposal to expand background checks to private gun sales struggled Monday to secure a final batch of votes that would ensure the bill's passage. Just a handful of votes short, supporters delayed their plans to consider the
In the past few months, Speaker John Boehner has advanced some major bills that were opposed by a majority of Republicans and passed the House primarily with Democratic votes...Continue Reading Rep. David Schweikert (R-Ariz.), in a letter sent to his
Colorado senators were expected to take final votes Monday on several gun-control measures, including on magazine ammunition limits and expanded background checks. The chamber was debating five of seven bills in the Democrats' gun-control package.
The sponsor of a bill that would ban use of concealed weapons on college campuses said Friday he hasn't made a decision whether to debate the bill Friday, or just kill it. Four Democratic lawmakers say Heath plans to set the bill aside. "I haven't