Story 3 of 13: landrieu, place, louisiana
Dem Senator: The South Not ‘Friendliest Place for African-Americans’ Mediaite Mediaite

Dem Senator: The South Not ‘Friendliest Place for African-Americans’

Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) told NBC’s Chuck Todd today that President Obama is having a hard time in her state of Louisiana because the South isn’t exactly the friendliest place to African-Americans. Landrieu went down a laundry list of reasons Obama isn’t popular in Louisiana, starting with energy policy and how “furious” people in her state were about Obama...

10/31/2014 1:25am · Mediaite Mediaite

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Story 4 of 13: brown, scott, hampshire
Why Is Scott Brown So Close To Winning? RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage

Why Is Scott Brown So Close To Winning?

James Pindell, PoliticoScott Brown was headed in the wrong direction. It was a Saturday morning in March, the day after he told hundreds at a Republican conference in Nashua that he had inched toward running for office by filing preliminary paperwork to challenge Jeanne Shaheen, New Hampshire’s first-term Democratic senator. He was driving the signature green GMC pickup truck that became...

10/31/2014 3:13am · RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage

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Story 5 of 13: burkina, parliament, compaore
Blaise Compaoré, the African peacemaker who faced rebellion at home Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7

Protesters torch Parliament building in Burkina Faso

With protesters setting fire to the Parliament building in the West Africa country of Burkina Faso amid demands for economic change and political reform, President Blaise Compaore declared a state of emergency Thursday and dissolved the government.

10/30/2014 9:44pm · CNN.com - World CNN.com - World

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Story 6 of 13: democrats, obama, election
Charles Hurt: Mainstream media dismiss midterm election as Democrats stumble www.washingtontimes.com stories: Nuclear Option www.washingtontimes.com stories: Nuclear Option

Obama does radio ad for suddenly vulnerable House Democrat

It's a rare find this midterm campaign: An ad from President Obama on behalf of a Democrat in danger of losing to a Republican. But that's what you'll find in Nevada's 4th district, where Obama just cut a radio ad for Rep. Steven Horsford (D), who is battling a late flurry of Republican outside spending against him. Read full article >>

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Story 7 of 13: like, election, economy
Election Day: A Referendum on Competence RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage

Election Day: A Referendum on Competence

Charles Krauthammer, WPIs this election really about nothing? Democrats might like to think so, but it’s not.First, like all U.S. elections, it’s about the economy. The effect of the weakest recovery in two generations is reflected in President Obama’s 13-point underwater ratings for his handling of the economy.

10/31/2014 3:09am · RealClearPolitics - Homepage RealClearPolitics - Homepage

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Story 8 of 13: roberts, wolf, pat
Milton Wolf grits his teeth and endorses Pat Roberts Post Politics Post Politics

Milton Wolf grits his teeth and endorses Pat Roberts

Milton Wolf, the tea party challenger who spent most of this year trying to unseat Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) has finally endorsed his primary opponent. But if Roberts was looking for a ringing endorsement, this isn't it. Read full article >>

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Story 9 of 13: fund, pension, economy
Japan's huge pension fund set for major investment shift: reports Business Insider Business Insider

Fund Report Pushes Japan Stocks Up

Tokyo stocks led Asian markets higher thanks to a brighter outlook for the U.S. economy. A report detailing how Japan’s government pension fund will rebalance its portfolio also stoked sentiment.

10/31/2014 12:40am · WSJ.com: What's News US WSJ.com: What's News US

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Story 10 of 13: obama, campaign, portland
Michelle Obama was heckled again. She played it cool this time. Post Politics Post Politics

Michelle Obama was heckled again. She played it cool this time.

NEW HAVEN, Conn. --  It happened again. Michelle Obama was heckled. The first lady, who has been dropping into close Senate and gubernatorial races to rally Democratic voters, stopped by a campaign event for Gov. Dan Malloy (D) and found a rowdy crowd waiting for her. Read full article >>

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Story 11 of 13: senior, netanyahu, administration
Powers: WH ‘Probably’ Knows Who Made Chickensh*t Comments Breitbart Feed Breitbart Feed

Secretary of State Kerry irate over Netanyahu ‘Chickens**t’ quote

Secretary of State John Kerry Thursday condemned the anonymous quote by a senior Obama administration offcial who called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ‘chickens**t’ in a story published by The…Click to Continue »

10/30/2014 10:14pm · McClatchy DC -- Homepage McClatchy DC -- Homepage

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Story 12 of 13: putin, nato, putins
U.S. Sanctions Bite Putin's 'Personal Banker' WSJ.com: World News WSJ.com: World News

U.S. Sanctions Bite Putin's 'Personal Banker'

The Western effort to freeze Kremlin-connected assets has cost what the U.S. Treasury describes as Russian President Putin’s favored bank nearly $21 million, according to a new U.S. corporate disclosure.

10/30/2014 11:17pm · WSJ.com: World News WSJ.com: World News

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Story 13 of 13: google, android, rubin
Andy Rubin, Former Android Leader, Leaving Google Forbes Real Time Forbes Real Time

Andy Rubin, Former Android Leader, Leaving Google

Andy Rubin, the co-founder and former leader of Android who switched recently to Google's robotics division, is leaving Google, the company said Thursday. Rubin was Android's leader from its inception in 2003, through its acquisition by Google in 2005, until Rubin was moved out of Android in 2013. During that time, [...] Andy Rubin, the co-founder and former leader of Android who switched...

10/31/2014 12:33am · Forbes Real Time Forbes Real Time
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