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Three heroes' lifesaving actions in Aurora show the valor of men in the US, former Secy of Education Bill Bennett says.

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Let states enact their own marijuana policiesupdated: Wed Jul 06 2011 10:15:00

It is hardly surprising that former drug czar William Bennett would, in his op-ed, oppose any changes to America's criminalization of marijuana. But it is surprising that he would lump Barney Frank and Ron Paul's proposal to allow states the opportunity to enact their own marijuana policy with the effort to legalize drugs.

Sanford spending holiday weekend with family in Floridaupdated: Fri Jul 03 2009 14:36:00

South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford left the Governor's Mansion on Friday to visit with his family in Florida, his office said.

Sanford resists calls to quitupdated: Fri Jul 03 2009 14:36:00

CNN's Candy Crowley reports on the political prospects of the S.C. governor as he battles calls for his resignation.

Jenny Sanford: I'm willing to forgiveupdated: Thu Jul 02 2009 16:12:00

South Carolina first lady Jenny Sanford said Thursday that although she is willing to forgive her husband, "it is up to the people and elected officials of South Carolina to decide whether they will give Mark another chance as well."

Romney suspends campaignupdated: Thu Feb 07 2008 20:56:00

Mitt Romney told supporters in Washington he's suspending his Republican presidential campaign.

Five questions on Romney's withdrawalupdated: Thu Feb 07 2008 20:56:00

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney dropped out of the GOP race Thursday after a disappointing showing on Super Tuesday, surprising many conservatives and his own supporters.

McCain's support doesn't run deepupdated: Sun Jan 20 2008 09:05:00

Arizona Sen. John McCain gained an important victory Saturday in the South Carolina Republican primary, but exit polls indicate he made few inroads into the conservative heart of the Republican Party.

Romney: President needs prayers of people of all faithsupdated: Thu Dec 06 2007 23:53:00

White House hopeful Mitt Romney on Thursday articulated his position on the role of religion in America, but avoided details about his personal faith.

'Freedom requires religion'updated: Thu Dec 06 2007 23:53:00

GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney promised he would separate his faith from his politics if he won the office.

Karl Rove to resignupdated: Tue Aug 14 2007 22:59:00

Karl Rove to resign

Author: Rove exit signals 'end of Bush presidency'updated: Tue Aug 14 2007 22:59:00

Karl Rove, perhaps the most powerful White House aide in recent history, called it quits Monday, provoking some to declare a symbolic end to the presidency of George W. Bush.

Malveaux on Rove departureupdated: Tue Aug 14 2007 22:59:00

Malveaux on Rove departure

Bennett: Most around world still believe in Americaupdated: Mon Oct 23 2006 10:04:00

Responding to queries from readers, conservative commentator and former Cabinet secretary William Bennett expressed faith in the U.S. government's global standing and doubts about the mainstream media's objectivity and the viability of a strong third political party.

Molly Ivins: Going after the deadupdated: Thu Apr 27 2006 17:29:00

It's nice to know that the investigative reporter Jack Anderson is still under investigation, although seriously dead.

Fortune: Ted Turner Loves Trees, Treachery in the Dairy Queen, Liver at Harvard, and Other Matters. Compassion and Liver on Graduation Daupdated: Mon Jul 08 1985 00:01:00

We have been meaning to write about the college commencement scene for several Junes now and to register this funny feeling that some will doubtless diagnose as neoconservative paranoia but that ha...

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