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Wisconsin Gov. James E. Doyle, who made a long political career as a no-nonsense prosecutor standing up for victims, now must deal with what to do about a district attorney caught sending racy text message to a domestic abuse victim.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is urging the people of Iran to reject what she says is an expansion of the Iranian military's role and power.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says election wins by supporters of the conservative "tea party" movement probably wouldn't have much impact on her diplomatic agenda.
You can't burn a Koran in a crowded theater, and Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer suggests that to placate foreign extremists, Koran burning might be banned everywhere else in America too.
College football teams traditionally have used September nonconference games to establish their identities, work out kinks and set themselves up for the big games in October and November.
Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf, mastermind of the Ground Zero Mosque, warns that moving the proposed structure somewhere less controversial would generate a barrage of negative press in Muslim countries. America is regularly demonized in that part of the world anyway, and Islamic radicals already hate this country. A mega-mosque in Manhattan won't change that.
The imam behind the proposed Muslim mosque and community center near ground zero said Sunday that he would have drawn up different plans if he had known the level of Islamophobia generated by the proposal.
Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen and Neil Diamond were among the more than 100 celebrities to appear on all four broadcast networks for the "Stand Up To Cancer" telethon.