October 2015 Archive

Obama drawn into Clinton email controversy

<p>President Barack Obama found himself drawn into Hillary Clinton’s email controversy Friday as the White House acknowledged the State Department is withholding a set of ...

Obama and Ryan: Covert collaborators

<p>President Barack Obama and House Speaker Paul Ryan haven’t had a face-to-face meeting in more than two-and-a-half years. And despite Ryan’s election this week and ...

Clinton's young black challenge

<p>ATLANTA — The campaign was set on letting the protesters have their voices heard — even if it meant their chants of “Black Lives Matter” ...

Reince Priebus and the debate season from hell

<p>Halfway through Wednesday’s off-the-rails CNBC debate, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus realized he was witnessing a chain-reaction wreck. By the time it ended, he ...

Bush team bracing for cash crunch

<p>Jeb Bush’s campaign, wounded after another mediocre debate performance, is bracing for the possibility that revenue dries up in the coming weeks ahead.</p><p>It’s a striking ...

Several oil, gas pipelines planned for midstate

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – While the last decade of oil and gas development has been largely contained to the shale regions of Pennsylvania, the next ...

South Dakota asks US not to remove state from EB-5 program

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota’s economic development office on Friday defended its ability to administer a program for recruiting wealthy foreign investors for projects ...

Temporary order blocks licensing of family detention centers

SAN ANTONIO (AP) – An immigrant rights group has obtained an order to block bids by two South Texas family detention facilities for licensure as ...

Memorials set for ex-Connecticut principal killed in Israel

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – Memorial services for a former Glastonbury elementary school principal who was killed in a terrorist attack in Jerusalem have been scheduled ...

Court: University of Florida can ban guns in dorm rooms

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) – An appeals court ruled Friday that state universities are allowed to ban students from having guns in their dorm rooms. The ...

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