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Amazon.com's plans to sell Kindle e-readers at independent bookstores isn't being received with universal enthusiasm.
A New Hampshire gas station clerk was fired from his job of 10 years after he drew his pistol on a would-be robber early Monday morning.
The principal of a Nashua, N.H., elementary school has decided that the game of tag is too dangerous for youngsters and should be banned.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg of New York is running out of ammunition in his campaign for gun control. The public has moved on.
In an elementary school hallway, a teacher takes her second-graders to the library, leading a single-file line of giggling boys and girls that's perfectly ordinary until you get to a sleek white robot with a video screen showing the face of a smiling, chubby-cheeked boy.
A judge Wednesday granted Alyson Hannigan a temporary restraining order from a man who she claims has repeatedly threatened her and her family in online postings.
Political mailers are stuffed in their front doors, and the phone rings nonstop. Under a fall canopy of crimson and golden leaves, the battle for independent voters is being waged hour by hour in battleground New Hampshire.
Feeling the political heat from high gas prices, President Obama Thursday demanded that Congress end "inexcusable" tax breaks for oil and gas companies — a step that independent researchers say would lead to even higher gas prices.
Liberals love to laugh off voter fraud. It's "a made-up problem invented by GOP operatives," Robert Koehler snickered in the Jan. 5 Huffington Post. Regarding ballot hijinks, De- mocratic National Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz chuckled, "There is almost none."
Thirty-two years ago in New Hampshire, during a debate among Republican presidential candidates, Gov. Ronald Reagan effectively clinched his party's nomination for president. The rest, of course, is history. He went on to win the election against a weak and ineffective president in a landslide and ushered in a period of conservative dominance that has continued up to this day.
Rep. Ron Paul of Texas came to the defense of Mitt Romney on Tuesday, saying his Republican presidential rivals are selling out basic free-market conservative principles when they criticize the former Massachusetts governor's time at the helm of Bain Capital.
As voters head to the polls at the New Hampshire presidential primary, Mitt Romney's rivals blasted his record as a venture capitalist while the Republican front-runner's support in polls eroded further.
Rep. Ron Paul, running a distant second to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in New Hampshire polls, arrived in New Hampshire to a thunderous rally with supporters Friday for the final weekend of campaigning before Tuesday's primary.
Jon Huntsman Jr.'s Monday began like most of his days recently: The former Utah governor pulled on his cowboy boots and headed out to pound the New Hampshire pavement, looking for support for his presidential bid one voter at a time.
Mitt Romney's Republican presidential campaign steamed forward this weekend, scoring one of New Hampshire's most significant political endorsements and fueling a growing sense of inevitability surrounding the former Massachusetts governor's White House bid.