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Newt Gingrich has made a point of ridiculing the press during his presidential campaign, but he actually owes the media a debt of gratitude. Without the free coverage he has received, the money-challenged Gingrich campaign might never have gotten off the ground.
The Obama administration's arms-control-centered security policies appear to be on the ropes.
PRINCETON, N.J. | Pollster George Gallup Jr. died Monday in Princeton, a year after being diagnosed with liver cancer, his family said Wednesday. He was 81.
Top international climate scientists and disaster experts meeting in Africa had a sharp message Friday for the world's political leaders: Get ready for more dangerous and "unprecedented extreme weather" caused by global warming.
The fundraising box that UNICEF distributes to children to collect pennies in on Halloween has gone as high fashion as it can: Lauren Bush Lauren, the model, philanthropist and entrepreneur designed a version of her Feed bag with a jack-o'-lantern face for the cause.
In the last three months, 351 well-connected "bundlers" have raised at least $20 million — and likely far more — of $70 million raised towards President Obama's reelection in the third quarter.
The economists won for research on the cause-and-effect relationship between the economy and policy instruments.
As an undergraduate at Brown University, Jeffrey Eugenides never imagined he would be living like this.