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Former NY Governor Pataki launches 2016 ...

Former New York governor and probable 2016 Republican presidential candidate George Pataki speaks at the First in the Nation Republican Leadership Conference in Nashua') top left no-repeat;By Doina Chiacu WASHINGTON - Former New York Governor George Pataki entered the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination on Thursday, positioning himself as a Washington outsider and moderate who won three terms in a heavily Democratic state. Pataki, 69, enters a crowded field that includes a number of staunch conservatives who hope to attract the support from the Republican base of presidential primary voters. In his announcement, Pataki appeared to eye a different audience, reflecting his appeal to Democratic "blue" voters. (full story)

Republican Santorum launches 2016 bid with ...

Campaign buttons of Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum are seen in Pennsylvania') top left no-repeat;By Elizabeth Daley CABOT, Penn. - Republican Rick Santorum, who fell short in his 2012 presidential bid, launched another run for the White House on Wednesday with a promise to restore the economic power of middle-class American workers. Santorum, 57, a former U.S. senator from Pennsylvania, emphasized his working-class roots as he formally opened his long-shot 2016 presidential bid near his childhood home in Cabot, in western Pennsylvania. Looking to build support beyond the social and religious conservatives who bolstered his 2012 campaign, Santorum said "big government" and "big business" had left behind American workers. (full story)

Judge sets release schedule for Clinton's ...

Democratic presidential candidate Clinton talks to the media after a campaign appearance at Smuttynose Brewery in Hampton') top left no-repeat;U.S. District Judge Rudolph Contreras on Wednesday set a schedule for the State Department to release former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails in monthly batches beginning on June 30 and ending in late January. By January 29, 100 percent of approximately 55,000 pages of emails must be made public, according to a filing in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Some of the emails, which were kept on Clinton's private server, were already released on Friday, and in a filing on Tuesday the State Department said it expected to complete the release of all the messages by January 2016. (full story)

Arizona congresswoman to challenge Senator ...

United States Senator John McCain listens to applause after announcing he will seek re-election for his seat during a speech in Phoenix, Arizona') top left no-repeat;By David Schwartz PHOENIX - Three-term Arizona Democratic Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick said on Tuesday she will seek to oust powerful Republican John McCain from his U.S. Senate seat in 2016. Kirkpatrick, who narrowly won re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2014, launched her Senate campaign by stressing her deep Arizona roots and pledging to offer voters an alternative to the state’s senior senator, who is 78. "I respect John McCain's service to our nation, I just believe our state is changing," Kirkpatrick said in a video on her website revealing her decision. (full story)

Suriname's Bouterse vies for second term ...

Suriname's President Bouterse smiles at supporters next to his wife Ingrid outside the Central Main Polling Station as he arrives to register for the May 25 general elections, in Paramaribo') top left no-repeat;By Ank Kuipers PARAMARIBO - Suriname President Desi Bouterse, a former military ruler and convicted cocaine smuggler, is seeking a second term in the small South American country's national elections on Monday. Pre-election polls had initially shown Bouterse's National Democratic Party well ahead, but the gap seems to have closed in recent weeks and the race now appears neck and neck. Bouterse was convicted in absentia of drug trafficking by a court in the Netherlands in 1999. (full story)
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