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Italy elects senior judge Sergio ...

Sergio Mattarella attends a meeting in Rome') top left no-repeat;By Steve Scherer and Paolo Biondi ROME - Italian lawmakers elected Sergio Mattarella, a constitutional court judge and veteran center-left politician, as president on Saturday, handing a welcome political victory to Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. Mattarella, speaking at his office in the Constitutional Court after the vote, said: "My first thoughts are of the difficulties and hopes of our citizens." He later visited the site in Rome where German troops killed 335 Italians in World War Two, saying that Europe must unite to battle terrorism the same way allied nations banded together to defeat "Nazi hate, racism, anti-Semitism, and totalitarianism". The election shows the 40-year-old Renzi in firm control of both his fractious party and his allies in the ruling majority as he seeks to pass reforms aimed at underpinning an economic recovery in Italy, where unemployment is soaring after six years of on-off recession. (full story)

Factbox: Possible 2016 White House field ...

- The calculus for the 2016 race for the White House has shifted as conservatives reposition themselves after 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's decision not to run again. The following are a few of the possible contenders: THE REPUBLICANS JEB BUSH Is the country ready for a third Bush president? The former Florida governor, brother of one president and son of another, has been testing the waters of a White House bid. His Right to Rise political action committee hired a strategist who in 2012 ran Romney's campaign in Iowa, one of the first states with presidential nominating contests. (full story)

Latinos delay California U.S. Senate nods ...

California Attorney General Harris speaks at the Center for American Progress' 2014 Policy Conference in Washington') top left no-repeat;By Sharon Bernstein SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California's ethnic mix is well represented among the high-powered supporters being lined up by Democratic Attorney General Kamala Harris in her bid to replace Barbara Boxer in the U.S. Senate - with the notable exception of Latinos. Two weeks after Harris, who is of African-American and Asian decent, announced her bid, Latino Democrats are mostly silent on whether they will endorse her, with many waiting to see if former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will enter the race. If elected, Harris would be the first African-American senator from California. Villaraigosa would be the state's first Mexican-American senator. (full story)

Koch brothers political network planning ...

Conservative political advocacy groups supported by the billionaire Koch brothers plan to spend $889 million in the 2016 U.S. elections, more than double what they raised in 2012, the Washington Post reported on Monday. The newspaper said the goal was announced to donors at a weekend meeting in Rancho Mirage, California, hosted by Freedom Partners, a business lobby at the center of the Koch brothers' political operation. The money will be doled out by a network of 17 organizations funded by industrialists Charles and David Koch, who have become a major force in conservative politics in recent years, and other wealthy donors. During the 2012 election cycle, the national Republican Party collectively spent about $675 million, according to election data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics. (full story)

U.S. appeals court upholds conviction of ...

Reid talks about his health during a news conference in his office at the U.S. Capitol in Washington') top left no-repeat; - A U.S. appeals court in San Francisco on Monday upheld the conviction of a lobbyist found guilty in 2013 of trying to get around federal campaign contribution limits in order to raise money for Democratic Senator Harry Reid of Nevada. A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously rejected F. Harvey Whittemore's arguments to have his conviction thrown out, finding that there was more than sufficient evidence to convict him. Whittemore, a prominent attorney, developer and lobbyist, began serving a two-year prison sentence last August. According to court papers, Whittemore in 2007 distributed a total of $145,000 in increments of $5,000 per person to relatives and employees of a company he chaired. (full story) - The Web Host Search Engine
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