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It's as if the United States has two governments, one open and one very much not. President Barack Obama leads both, trying not to butt heads with himself.
Republican Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey is walking a political tightrope as he charts his future, trying to balance his re-election campaign in a Democratic-leaning state with a potential presidential bid aimed at winning over Republicans.
FBI Director Robert Mueller is defending the government's collection of millions of U.S. phone records, emails and other information that people transmit online as vital to the nation's national security.
Soon after a fire on a crowded commuter bus killed 47 people and injured 34, Chinese authorities offered an explanation: One of the dead had written a suicide note, boarded the bus during the evening rush and set it on fire.
FBI Director Robert Mueller is nearing the end of his 12 years as head of the law enforcement agency that is conducting high-profile investigations of the Boston Marathon bombings, the attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans and leaks of classified government information.
Edward Snowden identified himself Sunday as a principal source behind revelations about the National Security Agency's sweeping phone and Internet surveillance programs. Five things to know about the disclosures:
A 29-year-old contractor who claims to have worked at the National Security Agency and the CIA was revealed Sunday as the source of disclosures about the U.S. government's secret surveillance programs, risking prosecution by the U.S. government.
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Michele Bachmann's national career has been marked by wild swings between directness and misdirection. At times, the Minnesota representative is the embodiment of tea party clarity. At other times, she breaks new ground minting fact-free claims that make it hard to trust politicians. Glenn Kessler, Washington Post fact-checker, joked that her departure from Congress should be declared a national day of mourning.
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The embarrassing tweet. The drunken party photos. The DUI arrest. The messy divorce or business scandal.
TRENTON — New Jersey Democrats have an election-year issue that could make Gov. Chris Christie squirm — but they've been too divided so far to use it to their advantage.
Test prep became test pep Friday as yearlong efforts to prepare for state testing gave way to rallies designed to reassure students they’ll be fine if they relax, get good sleep and eat a good breakfast Monday.
LOS ANGELES - The star of this reality show is a Mexican immigrant who carries pink handcuffs.
Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., is the least likely politician to get caught in a secret recording discussing the dark arts of campaigning. He usually says that stuff on the record. The four-term senator speaks openly about his political motivations. You may remember that in October 2010, McConnell told Major Garrett, then of National Journal, "The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president."
NEW BRUNSWICK — Just a few months ago, things could not have been more promising for Rutgers as it looked to bolster its place in college sports.
Mike Rice, now the former Rutgers University men's basketball coach, threw balls at his players, kicked them, grabbed them and berated them with expletives and gay slurs … and somehow managed to keep his job.
Imagine if African American men and boys were committing mass shootings month after month, year after year. Articles and interviews would flood the media, and we'd have political debates demanding that African Americans be "held accountable." Then, if an atrocity such as the Newtown, Conn., shootings took place, and African American male leaders held a news conference to offer solutions, their credibility would be questionable. The public would tell these leaders that they need to focus on problems in their own culture and communities.
PISCATAWAY - Once the video went viral, Mike Rice's coaching days at Rutgers were over.
"As I stated three months ago after I watched the video how deeply regrettable those actions (were). I also stated I was going to try to work on changing. I think I've accomplished a lot of that.
PISCATAWAY — Fueled by outrage from even the governor when the video went public, Rutgers University fired basketball coach Mike Rice on Wednesday after deciding it didn't go far enough by suspending and fining him for shoving, kicking and throwing balls at players along with spewing gay slurs.
SAN FRANCISCO - Former UCLA standout Ed O'Bannon is watching the NCAA men's basketball tournament with mixed emotions.
High schools in four cities that suffered extensive damage from Hurricane Sandy, including Atlantic City High School and Pinelands Regional High School in Little Egg Harbor Township, are competing to win a prom package from the Web-based company Rent the Runway.
The debate about massively open online courses, or MOOCs, has reached such fevered pitch that we recently got to witness an internecine argument about it at The New York Times. On one side was the technology-optimist columnist Thomas Friedman, who imagines a time when students in a remote village in Egypt could install a couple of computers with high-speed Internet access, hire a local facilitator and study with the best professors in the world. On the other side, the Times' editorial board felt compelled to point out that most online courses are pretty dreadful, with high dropout rates and poor learning outcomes.
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