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    In his weekly radio address President Bush said, "As Americans, we've been given a beautiful country to live in, and we have an obligation to be good stewards of the environment. With the cooperative conservation policies we have put in place, we show our commitment to preserving our Nation's heritage. By making responsible choices today, we will ensure that our children and grandchildren will enjoy a cleaner and more vibrant environment."

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    Longtime Columbus, Ohio, Mayor Coleman won't seek fifth term
    By Jo Ingles COLUMBUS, Ohio (Reuters) - Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman said on Tuesday he would not seek a fifth term next year as mayor of Ohio's capital and most populous city. Coleman, 60, a Democrat first elected in 1999, was included this month in Ebony magazine's "Power 100" list of the most influential African-Americans. "I am eternally grateful to the people of Columbus for electing me to the best job in the world," Coleman said in a statement. Coleman has been mentioned as a possible challenger in 2016 to Ohio Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman. ...

    Namibia's ruling SWAPO wins presidential election with 86 percent: commission
    CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Namibia's ruling SWAPO party cruised to victory in the 2014 presidential election with Prime Minister Hage Geingob taking 86.73 percent of all declared votes, the southern African country's electoral commission said on Monday. Second placed presidential candidate McHenry Venaani of the Democratic Turnhalle Alliance limped in with 4.97 percent. SWAPO also consolidated its power in parliament, retaining a two-third majority with 80 percent of the national assembly ballot. ...

    Uruguay's Vazquez wins presidential vote, extends leftist rule

    Presidential candidate for the ruling Frente Amplio party Tabare Vazquez casts his vote in a polling station in MontevideoBy Malena Castaldi and Esteban Farat MONTEVIDEO (Reuters) - Tabare Vazquez won back his old job as president of Uruguay in a runoff election on Sunday, extending the decade-long rule of a leftist coalition and allowing it to roll out a groundbreaking law that legalizes the production and sale of marijuana. Vazquez won comfortably with 52.8 percent support while his center-right challenger, Luis Lacalle Pou, trailed on 40.5 percent, official results showed late on Sunday night. ...




    Obama says Clinton likely to have different positions from him in 2016 race

    U.S. President Obama speaks during a meeting with members of his cabinet at the White House in WashingtonBy Steve Holland HENDERSON, Nev. (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said in an interview broadcast on Sunday that he expects Democrat Hillary Clinton to stake out positions that may be different from his if she runs for president in 2016.Clinton, who lost to Obama in the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination race and served as his secretary of state in his first term, is considering a run in 2016 and is expected to make up her mind in the early months of 2015. "She's not going to agree with me on everything," Obama told ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos. ...




     
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    113th Congress just barely avoids being the least productive in history
    The 113th Congress will just have to settle for being bad instead of the worst – at least as far as productivity is concerned.

    Congress guts ‘Race to Top’
    That and other moves in omnibus spending bill will have an impact on New Yorkers.                

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    PHOENIX (AP) — Republicans will have their largest U.S. House majority in 83 years when the new Congress convenes next month after a recount in Arizona gave the final unresolved midterm race to a Republican challenger.

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    The number of Americans who name race as the top issue has risen to a two-decade high.

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    Every two years around this time, the halls of Congress are crowded with boxes, as departing lawmakers pack up their offices in defeat or relief.

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    She'll live in Minnesota but will give speeches around the country and write a nationally syndicated column. She'll advocate for issues important to veterans, the elderly, families involved with adoption and foster care, and others. She'll be on Facebook and Twitter and the Web.

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