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Pawlenty drops out of presidential race

Only 12 hours after a disappointing showing in the Iowa Straw Poll, Tim Pawlenty is dropping his bid for the Republican presidential nomination. “There is a lot factors that go into a successful campaign, obviously,” Pawlenty told ABC News Sunday. “We had some success raising money, but we needed to…

Michele Bachmann wins Ames straw poll

AMES, Iowa (Reuters) – Michele Bachmann narrowly won the Iowa straw poll of Republicans on Saturday in the first big test of the 2012 presidential campaign, as Texas Governor Rick Perry formally launched a White House bid that could reshape the race. Bachmann, a representative from Minnesota, edged out Ron…

Missouri teacher/student ‘Facebook’ law draws ire

KANSAS CITY (Reuters) – As the school year resumes next week, Missouri teachers will have to think twice about making private contact with students on Internet sites such as Facebook. The state’s school districts are under orders to draft policies to comply with a new law restricting such communications in…

Missouri law limiting teacher-student online contact draws ire

KANSAS CITY (Reuters) – As the school year resumes next week, Missouri teachers will have to think twice about making private contact with students on Internet sites such as Facebook. The state’s school districts are under orders to draft policies to comply with a new law restricting such communications in an effort…

Chris Matthews on Perry: ‘He looks like a clown’

One clear prediction most could make already on Rick Perry’s Presidential bid: Chris Matthews won’t be apart of any of the Texas governor’s campaign rallies. A day before Perry officially announced his bid for the Republican nomination of President, the MSNBC host slammed Perry on his Hardball show, challenging the…

Chris Matthews on Perry: ‘He looks like a clown’

One clear prediction most could make already on Rick Perry’s Presidential bid: Chris Matthews won’t be apart of any of the Texas governor’s campaign rallies. A day before Perry officially announced his bid for the Republican nomination of President, the MSNBC host slammed Perry on his Hardball show, challenging the…

Perry: ‘I promise to make Washington inconsequential in your lives’

After weeks and months of speculation, Texas Governor Rick Perry (R) made it official Saturday afternoon, announcing his bid for the Republican nomination for President. In Charleston, South Carolina, Perry focused on the usual characteristics of both his and Republican ideology, and unsurprisingly targeted President Barack Obama and the left…

Palin: ‘I am still considering a run’ for President

For those harboring hopes of Sarah Palin entering the race for 2012, your wishes may still come true. On Sean Hannity’s show last night in Iowa, the former governor of Alaska was asked directly by the Fox commentator on the question some are still curious to know about her future. Palin did…

Palin: ‘I am still considering a run’ for President

For those harboring hopes of Sarah Palin entering the race for 2012, your wishes may still come true. On Sean Hannity’s show last night in Iowa, the former governor of Alaska was asked directly by the Fox commentator on the question some are still curious to know about her future. Palin did…

9/11 News Corp newspapers probe

US and British investigators have not found any evidence that papers owned by Rupert Murdoch’s media empire hacked the phones of 9/11 victims, the Wall Street Journal has reported. The paper, one of several owned by Murdoch’s News Corporation, cited people close to the investigations as saying there were apparently…

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