Story 1 of 18: interested, course, palin
Sarah Palin: ‘Of Course’ I’d Be Interested in 2016 Run Mediaite Mediaite

Sarah Palin: ‘Of course’ I’m interested in being president

Just ahead of this weekend's Iowa Freedom Summit in Des Moines, the former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate, said that she is "of course" interested the 2016 presidential campaign -- and even, possibly, in a run of her own. “Yeah, I mean, of course, when you have a servant’s heart, when you know that […]

1/23/2015 8:18pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Story 2 of 18: convention, week, 2016
Democrats Set Date For 2016 Nominating Convention Politics - The Huffington Post Politics - The Huffington Post

DNC chooses convention date

The Democratic National Committee announced Friday that the party’s nominating convention will take place the week of July 25, 2016, more than a month earlier than in previous election cycles. "This is the next step to finalize where and when we will nominate the 45th President of the United States, highlight the Democratic Party’s agenda […]

1/23/2015 5:23pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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Story 3 of 18: gregory, david, nbc
Affidavit for David Gregory’s Arrest Released Washington Free Beacon Washington Free Beacon

Judicial Watch guns for David Gregory

The conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch has obtained a 2013 affidavit from the Washington Metropolitan Police Department requesting an arrest warrant for former Meet The Press host David Gregory, on the grounds that he committed a gun law violation when he displayed a gun magazine on his show.

1/23/2015 6:41pm · POLITICO - TOP Stories POLITICO - TOP Stories
Story 4 of 18: corruption, silver, sheldon
Report: GOP leader in NY’s State Assembly blocked plan to oust indicted Democrat Sheldon Silver Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

Prosecutor urges reform after charging NY speaker with corruption

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The top federal prosecutor in Manhattan said on Friday he hoped that criminal charges brought against New York state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver would mark a "turning point for reform" to stop rampant corruption in the state's capital.

1/23/2015 8:10pm · Reuters: Politics Reuters: Politics

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Story 5 of 18: court, execution, review
Supreme Court will review lethal injection drug protocol used in executions Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

Supreme Court will review lethal injection drug protocol used in executions

The Supreme Court announced Friday that it will review the lethal injection protocol used in many executions around the country, after allowing an Oklahoma inmate last week to be put to death using the drugs.Read full article >>

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Story 6 of 18: iowa, gop, king
The Week Ahead: GOP Presidential Hopefuls Gather in Iowa NBC News Politics NBC News Politics

The Week Ahead: GOP Presidential Hopefuls Gather in Iowa

Iowa Freedom Summit kicks off, Chuck Todd grills Mike Huckabee on Meet the Press, President Obama heads to India and let's go toss the old pigskin!

1/23/2015 10:02pm · NBC News Politics NBC News Politics

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Story 7 of 18: kerry, muslims, extremism
Kerry: World Needs 'Long-Term' Commitment to Fighting Extremism WSJ.com: World News WSJ.com: World News

Kerry: World Needs 'Long-Term' Commitment to Fighting Extremism

Secretary of State John Kerry rallied the world’s business and political elite to support the fight against extremist groups, arguing the post-World War II international order was under threat.

1/23/2015 5:29pm · WSJ.com: World News WSJ.com: World News

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Story 8 of 18: president, youtube, obama
Glenn Beck: Obama’s ‘Obscene’ YouTube Interviews Permanently Damaged the Office Mediaite Mediaite

'The Dick in Dictatorship:' Obama's YouTube Interviews Were About as Awkward as You'd Expect

You probably won't be shocked to learn there weren't any major policy announcements or tough follow-up questions aired during Thursday evening's live interviews of President Obama by three "YouTube stars." But, since the White House chose this venue as the best way for the president to follow up on his State of the Union Address, here we are.Obama sat down with Hank Green, GloZell Green (no...

1/23/2015 8:42pm · National Review Online National Review Online

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Story 9 of 18: mitt, romney, jeb
Jeb Beware: When Mitt Swift-Boated Jane Latest from Crooks and Liars Latest from Crooks and Liars

Romney senior advisers meet in Boston to discuss 2016: source

DES MOINES (Reuters) - Republican Mitt Romney's senior advisers met in Boston on Friday as the 2012 Republican presidential nominee considers mounting a third run for the White House in 2016, said a person familiar with the event.

1/23/2015 5:45pm · Reuters: Politics Reuters: Politics

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Story 10 of 18: mayor, mayors, brief
Mayors To File Brief In Support Of Obama On Immigration Actions DC - The Huffington Post DC - The Huffington Post

Mayors To File Brief In Support Of Obama On Immigration Actions

WASHINGTON -- A group of mayors led by New York's Bill de Blasio and Los Angeles' Eric Garcetti are coming to the defense of President Barack Obama on immigration.   Twenty-eight mayors have signed on to file an amicus brief this coming Monday in support of Obama's recent executive actions on immigration, which are currently the target of a lawsuit from 25 states, led by Texas. The suit aims to...

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Story 11 of 18: disney, frozen, papp
Disney cool on State Department pitch to use ‘Frozen’ to teach climate change In the Loop In the Loop

Disney cool on State Department pitch to use ‘Frozen’ to teach climate change

When a senior State Department official asked a Disney executive if they wanted to build a public service announcement, they told him to let it go. Adm. Robert Papp, the U.S. special representative for the Arctic, visited Disney in California with an idea to use the beloved characters from the highest-grossing animated film of all […]

1/23/2015 7:12pm · In the Loop In the Loop

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Story 12 of 18: king, saudi, oil
Why King Abdullah's Death Won't Change Saudi Oil Policy Forbes Real Time Forbes Real Time

Why King Abdullah's Death Won't Change Saudi Oil Policy

The death of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Thursday, just months after the kingdom prevailed on other OPEC members to maintain oil production in the face of falling global prices, has raised speculation that the Saudis might rethink their oil policy. Crude futures rose as much as 3 percent today after news [...] The death of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Thursday, just months after the kingdom...

1/23/2015 7:17pm · Forbes Real Time Forbes Real Time

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Story 13 of 18: euro, european, last
As Euro Falls, Analysts Slash Their Forecasts WSJ.com: What's News US WSJ.com: What's News US

As Euro Falls, Analysts Slash Their Forecasts

The euro slid to its lowest point in 11 years after the European Central Bank announced an aggressive bond-buying program. Some analysts now see the currency falling to the point where it is on equal footing with the dollar for the first time since it climbed above the buck in 2002.

1/23/2015 8:56pm · WSJ.com: What's News US WSJ.com: What's News US

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Story 14 of 18: kasich, sandoval, gop
The most talented governor you’ve never heard of The Fix The Fix

The most talented governor you’ve never heard of

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval (R) won reelection last November with more than 70 percent of the vote, a remarkable margin in a swing state. He's one of the most high-profile Hispanic elected officials in the GOP. And yet, almost no one is talking about Sandoval as a potential national candidate for Republicans in 2016 -- […]

1/23/2015 5:45pm · The Fix The Fix

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Story 15 of 18: yemeni, yemen, country
Regime collapse threatens Yemen's key role in US counter-terrorism strategy World news | The Guardian World news | The Guardian

Regime collapse threatens Yemen's key role in US counter-terrorism strategy

The rise of Shia Houthi rebels and the fall of the Hadi government have shaken country whose ‘deep state’ has long been a bedrock of US fight against terror Continue reading...

1/23/2015 9:00pm · World news | The Guardian World news | The Guardian

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Story 16 of 18: libyan, gaddafi, cooperation
Blair wrote letter to Gaddafi thanking him for spies’ ‘excellent cooperation’ Politics | The Guardian Politics | The Guardian

Tony Blair's grovelling letter to Colonel Gaddafi over former PM's failure to deport tyrant's enemies revealed 

On official Downing Street-headed paper, Blair told the dictator he was ‘very disappointed’ Britain’s courts had blocked the deportation of five Libyan dissidents amid fears they would be mistreated.

1/23/2015 7:58pm · Home | Mail Online Home | Mail Online

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Story 17 of 18: house, white, mayors
WATCH LIVE: Obama Speaks to U.S. Conference of Mayors Mediaite Mediaite

WATCH LIVE: Obama Speaks to U.S. Conference of Mayors

President Barack Obama will deliver remarks to a meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors at the White House this afternoon, Friday, January 23.  Live coverage is scheduled to begin at approximately 4:45 p.m. ET. Watch live video below, via NBC News:  [Photo via The White House] President Barack Obama will deliver remarks to a meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors at the White House this...

1/23/2015 9:00pm · Mediaite Mediaite

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Story 18 of 18: director, editor, features
Theodore Ross Joins The New Republic  As Features Director FishbowlDC Feed FishbowlDC Feed

Theodore Ross Joins The New Republic As Features Director

In a staff email earlier today, editor-in-chief of The New Republic, Gabriel Snyder, announced Theodore Ross would be added to the newly created position of features director — reflecting the unification of digital and print within their editorial team. “As our lead editor for — apologies in advance for resorting to the L-word – longform narrative and reporting, Ted will be guiding...

1/23/2015 5:02pm · FishbowlDC Feed FishbowlDC Feed

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