'Outsource' no dirty word in Silicon Valley SAN FRANCISCO — President Barack Obama's attack on challenger Mitt Romney as an "outsourcing pioneer" and an "outsourcer-in-chief" is unlikely to get a rousing reception when he stumps in Silicon Valley Monday. The rhetoric might win hearts and minds in ... 07/21/2012 - 1:52 pm | View Link
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In audio obtained by the gossip website TMZ, Bristol Palin — daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) — can be heard telling police her side of the story in the infamous family brawl that took place earlier this year. Palin herself appears on the tape briefly, chiding her daughter
The official autopsy of Michael Brown appears to corroborate the testimony of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, the Post-Dispatch reports. A St. Louis medical examiner who is not part of the case, Dr. Michael Graham, evaluated the forensic documents obtained by the Post-Dispatch and determined
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES IT??? S DAY ONE for Ron Klain, and already the newly-minted Ebola Czar has a full plate and a packed schedule, ABC???s MARY BRUCE notes. Today he sits down with President Obama at the White House and gets up to speed
On Tuesday, Vice President Joe Biden gave a speech on commuter issues in which he revealed a mind-blowing but not unsurprising detail about his personal travel habits:"Now, there are a lot of rumors about how many trips I've taken on Amtrak. It's estimated that I've made roughly over 8,000 round trips.
With control of Congress’ upper chamber at stake this year, it’s not surprising that a handful of extremely close Senate contests are receiving the bulk of political junkies’ attention as we enter the midterms’ final stage. Of course, 2014 also features a number of marquee gubernatorial contests, and they haven’t escaped political prognosticators’ attention.
• Polltopia: Third-party candidates in Senate and gubernatorial races do not seem to be fading away as Election Day approaches. In individual races, there are some races where it appears a third-party candidate is gaining, and some where the opposite is true, but in general it's difficult to tell because not all polls include all candidates.