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    In his weekly radio address, President Bush said, "The fact that we have not been attacked over the past six-and-a-half years is not a matter of chance. It is the result of good policies and the determined efforts of individuals carrying them out. We owe these individuals our thanks, and we owe them the authorities they need to do their jobs effectively. We have no higher responsibility than stopping terrorist attacks. And this is no time for Congress to abandon practices that have a proven track record of keeping America safe."

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    Hillary Clinton not running (yet), but groups use her name to raise money

    Hillary Clinton deflects questions from audience about running for President in 2016 during closing plenary session on second day of the 2014 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University at Arizona State University in TempeBy Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As former secretary of state Hillary Clinton weighs a run for president in 2016, at least a dozen independent groups, from the serious to the mysterious, have sprung up to raise money in her name. Sporting names such as Madam Hillary 2016, HillaryFTW and other variations on Clinton's name, the new crop of political action committees (PACs) is a sign of the 66-year-old's enduring star power more than 20 years after she first became a national figure as the wife of President Bill Clinton. Some of the groups hope to emulate the success of Ready for Hillary, the organization of well-connected Democrats that already has raised millions of dollars to encourage Hillary Clinton to launch a bid to become the United States' first woman president. In the 2012 election, the dozens of "Super PACs" and nonprofit groups that popped up to take advantage of that decision largely were run by political insiders such as former White House aide Karl Rove, whose American Crossroads PAC spent more than $100 million to help Republicans that year.




    Brazil election jitters may hit investments in 2014: source

    Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff attends the signing ceremony of the Rio de Janeiro's international airport concession in Rio de JaneiroBy Alonso Soto and Luciana Otoni BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's presidential vote will likely delay some investment decisions this year but spending on infrastructure is expected to remain strong, a senior government official told Reuters on Tuesday. Although President Dilma Rousseff is the favorite to win the October 5 general election, many investors could withhold funds until the next government outlines its plans for the following four years, which could hamper the country's already slow economic growth. "But investment in infrastructure will not be affected because a lot of that construction is already under contract." The official, who is involved in economic policy decisions, said the government expects investment commitments of about 100 billion reais ($45.48 billion) between 2014 and 2015 in roads, ports, airports, power generation and distribution projects. President Rousseff, a left-leaning technocrat, launched a multibillion dollar infrastructure package in 2012 precisely to bolster investment, which is one of the main bottlenecks holding back the economy of the once-booming emerging-market star.




    Ex-finance minister Vaz to face Nabiam in Guinea-Bissau presidential run-off

    Presidential candidate Jose Mario Vaz shows his inked finger after voting in BissauGuinea-Bissau's former finance minister, Jose Mario Vaz, will face Nuno Gomes Nabiam, an independent candidate, in a May 18 presidential run-off after no candidate secured a majority in the first round, the election commission said. Vaz, candidate of the dominant party African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC), secured 40.99 percent of the votes in the first round, according to election commission figures released on Wednesday. Nabiam, the former chair of Bissau's civil aviation agency, came second with 25.14 percent, the figures showed.




    Former Massachusetts Senator Brown to kick off New Hampshire Senate run
    Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown, who has been mulling a Senate run in New Hampshire for the past few months, plans formally to announce his campaign on Thursday, the Republican said in a letter to supporters on Monday. National Republican supporters have moved quickly to buy ads supporting Brown's potential run against incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen, seeing the race as an opportunity to shrink Democrats' 55-43 majority in the upper chamber. Brown, who has focused much of his recent public statements on his opposition to President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law, said in an e-mail to supporters that his weeks of canvassing the state convinced him that "you want a health care system that works for New Hampshire." "Together, we can do all this, but it starts by changing leadership in Washington," said Brown, who was a little-known Massachusetts state senator before he stunned the state's Democratic party to win the U.S. Senate seat previously held by Edward M. Kennedy in 2010.

     
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    Race for Karimnagar LS seat hots up
    After KCR, Sonia and Modi to address election rallies; sitting Congress MP Ponnam Prabhakar pitted against B. Vinod Kumar of TRS and BJP’s K. Vidyasagar Rao.

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    After KCR, Sonia and Modi to address election rallies; sitting Congress MP Ponnam Prabhakar pitted against B. Vinod Kumar of TRS and BJP’s K. Vidyasagar Rao.

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    Trashing pre-poll surveys putting Narendra Modi ahead in the prime ministerial race, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Sunday said the idea of a prime ministerial candidate is “fictional...

    Congress government survived because of CBI: Modi
    New Delhi, April 17 (IANS) BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Thursday accused the Congress of misusing constitutional institutions and said their government would not have survived without CBI. In a jibe at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, Modi also said that he was engrossed in "toffees and balloons". "They (Congress) do not care about democracy, they just want to be in power ...

    'For those who say Namo, Namo, we say No-No': Mamata Banerjee
    Trashing pre-poll surveys putting Narendra Modi ahead in the prime ministerial race, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee today said the idea of a PM candidate is "fictional" as it is not backed b...

    Congress government survived because of CBI: Modi
    New Delhi, April 17 (IANS) BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi Thursday accused the Congress of misusing constitutional institutions and said their government would not have survived without CBI. In a jibe at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, Modi also said that he was engrossed in "toffees and balloons". "They (Congress) do not care about democracy, they just want to be in power ...

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