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Birthers, smokers, jokers -- it's silly season in GOP politicsupdated: Thu Oct 27 2011 15:32:00

Silly season has begun again. The sideshow is threatening to move into the big tent, and distraction will seem like it's the main event.

Herman Cain's smokin' new adupdated: Thu Oct 27 2011 15:32:00

CNN's Erin Burnett takes a closer look at Herman Cain's new political campaign ad.

Iranian cleric: Loose women cause quakesupdated: Wed Apr 21 2010 12:50:00

An Iranian cleric becomes a comedic target after saying women who dress provocatively are to blame for earthquakes.

Promiscuous women cause earthquakes, Iran cleric saysupdated: Wed Apr 21 2010 12:50:00

Women who dress provocatively and tempt people into promiscuity are to blame for earthquakes, a leading Iranian hard-line cleric has apparently said.

Why Haiti's quake toll higher than Chile'supdated: Mon Mar 01 2010 19:28:00

About six weeks ago, a large earthquake devastated Haiti and killed over 200,000 people. Saturday, a huge earthquake releasing 500 times more energy, devastated Chile and killed hundreds.

Survivor: Faith kept her aliveupdated: Mon Jan 18 2010 18:00:00

Haitian parishioners describe the role faith plays in their life after the earthquake.

Haitians everywhere united by faithupdated: Mon Jan 18 2010 18:00:00

Given all their country and people have been through, between political upheavals, human rights abuses, hurricanes, abject poverty and last week's earthquake, "If Haitians were constantly questioning their faith, they would all be atheists."

Robertson: Haiti is cursedupdated: Thu Jan 14 2010 19:49:00

HLN's Joy Behar and panel discuss Pat Robertson's remarks that Haiti is cursed because it made a pact with the devil.

Haiti legend cited by Pat Robertson a 'fabrication,' scholar saysupdated: Thu Jan 14 2010 19:49:00

Televangelist Pat Robertson wasn't blaming Haiti's catastrophic earthquake on "God's wrath," but was talking about a "widely discussed" legend that a Satanic pact aided its founding slave revolt, a spokesman said.

Intriguing people for January 14, 2010updated: Thu Jan 14 2010 08:43:00

Dr. Rajiv Shah President Obama announced Wednesday that Shah, the 36-year-old administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, will be in charge of the overall U.S. relief effort in Haiti. "The goal of the relief effort in the first 72 hours will be very focused on saving lives," Shah said.

Pat Robertson says Haiti paying for 'pact to the devil'updated: Wed Jan 13 2010 18:58:00

Pat Robertson, the evangelical Christian who once suggested God was punishing Americans with Hurricane Katrina, says a "pact to the devil" brought on the devastating earthquake in Haiti.

Is religion about war -- or peace?updated: Fri Dec 18 2009 11:13:00

Evangelical Christian leaders such as Pat Robertson have assailed President Obama's effort to engage Iran, and the results so far have not vindicated the president's approach as a diplomatic policy. Eating Up Huckabeeupdated: Mon Jan 07 2008 19:00:00

Neither the voters nor the press were quite ready for Mike Huckabee. Now they can't get enough of him

Anti-abortion group: Thompson best candidate to beat Giulianiupdated: Tue Nov 13 2007 21:38:00

The National Right to Life Committee, a key anti-abortion group, endorsed Fred Thompson for president Tuesday, saying the former senator was the best candidate to beat Republican front-runner Rudy Giuliani.

A pro-life boost for Thompsonupdated: Tue Nov 13 2007 21:38:00

CNN's Dana Bash reports on a prominent pro-life group's endorsement of Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson.

Thompson wins support from key anti-abortion groupupdated: Mon Nov 12 2007 18:20:00

GOP presidential hopeful Fred Thompson will get the endorsement of the National Right to Life Committee, three GOP sources told CNN.

Methodical Mittupdated: Fri Nov 09 2007 06:22:00

CNN's John King looks at the campaign strategy of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in South Carolina.

Romney methodically winning over South Carolina conservativesupdated: Fri Nov 09 2007 06:22:00

He is the methodical tortoise of the Republican field, and well aware conservative South Carolina could prove the defining test.

Giuliani, McCain pick up key Christian conservative backingupdated: Wed Nov 07 2007 13:37:00

Call it a battle for the hearts and minds of Christian conservative voters.

Robertson endorses Giulianiupdated: Wed Nov 07 2007 13:37:00

Christian Coalition leader Pat Robertson annouces he is endorsing Rudy Giuliani for president.

Gay man, former lesbian on whether they can changeupdated: Sun Jul 01 2007 01:38:00

After five years of trying to date girls and to conform and conceal his sexuality, 18-year-old Steven Field told his friends and family that he was gay.

Gay homeless teensupdated: Sun Jul 01 2007 01:38:00

Gay homeless teens

Your e-mails: Mixed feelings about Falwell's deathupdated: Tue May 15 2007 15:39:00

The Rev. Jerry Falwell is dead at 73. Ron Godwin, executive vice president of Falwell's Liberty University, said Falwell had "a history of heart challenges" and was found unresponsive Tuesday at the university.

What if Hillary did this?updated: Tue Jan 24 2006 14:59:00

We live in interesting times, we do, we do. We can read in our daily newspapers that our government is about to launch a three-day propaganda blitz to convince us all that its secret program to spy on us is something we really want and need. "A campaign of high-profile national security events," reports The New York Times, follows "Karl Rove's blistering speech to national Republicans" about what a swell political issue this is for their party.

Israel: Woe unto Pat Robertson for criticizing Sharonupdated: Thu Jan 12 2006 04:15:00

Pat Robertson's mouth has cost him his piece of the Holy Land.

Robertson suggests God smote Sharonupdated: Thu Jan 05 2006 16:55:00

Television evangelist Pat Robertson suggested Thursday that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's stroke was divine retribution for the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza, which Robertson opposed.

Robertson apologizes for assassination callupdated: Wed Aug 24 2005 10:49:00

After two days of criticism, Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson apologized for his controversial suggestion that the United States should assassinate Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.

Robertson: U.S. should assassinate Venezuela's Chavezupdated: Tue Aug 23 2005 15:34:00

Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson has called for the United States to assassinate Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, calling him "a terrific danger" bent on exporting Communism and Islamic extremism across the Americas.

U.S. dismisses call for Chavez's killingupdated: Tue Aug 23 2005 01:52:00

Bush administration officials Tuesday dismissed Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson's call for the assassination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez as the remarks of a private citizen, but Venezuela accused Robertson of promoting terrorism.

Judge, her family slain, urges home security for juristsupdated: Wed May 18 2005 11:35:00

Federal Judge Joan Lefkow, whose husband and mother were killed by a man police believe appeared in her courtroom, asked a Senate committee on Wednesday to fund home security for judges and to repudiate slurs against the judiciary that could incite violence.

Some may register and vote on Election Dayupdated: Thu Oct 21 2004 09:06:00

Check out the links below to hot political stories around the country this morning.

John Kerry, regular guyupdated: Thu Oct 21 2004 08:23:00

Meet John Kerry, regular guy. Just a baseball watchin', beer drinkin', geese huntin', gun totin', stem cell research supportin' guy. That's who we'll see today in Ohio, the jackpot battleground of regular guys.

No casualties? White House disputes Robertson comment updated: Tue Oct 19 2004 21:42:00

A White House spokesman denied Wednesday that President Bush told Christian Coalition founder Pat Robertson that he did not expect casualties from the invasion of Iraq. Essay: The Trouble with Pollsupdated: Mon Oct 04 2004 16:16:00

There is a long-standing Hollywood fantasy about how to succeed in American politics. From Mr. Smith Goes to Washington to Bulworth, the story is the same: the hero is liberated when he breaks free from political convention and starts speaking from the heart. In the old days, Mr. Smith fought political bosses. Nowadays the bosses are political consultants. Senator Bulworth?in Warren Beatty's 1998 film?is liberated after deciding to commit suicide while watching his re-election ads.

Timeless wisdom of Mr. Dooleyupdated: Mon Mar 01 2004 11:20:00

Finley Peter Dunne, the Irish-American satirist, created at the turn of the last century "Mr. Dooley," who was a bachelor, a saloon-keeper and an eagle-eyed observer of politics and the human condition.

Fortune: Pat Robertson: He's No Goldfingerupdated: Mon Aug 11 2003 00:01:00

Liberia is in chaos, and that's bad news for televangelist Pat Robertson. Liberian President Charles Taylor has been indicted for war crimes by a UN-backed court in Sierra Leone, rebels control lar...

FSB: And Now, Live From New York... A Saturday Night Live alumnus tries to launch a "multicultural Playboy."updated: Sun Dec 01 2002 00:01:00

There's no commandment that says thou shalt not pose nude!" says Garrett Morris over a dinner of crab cakes and pineapple juice at the tony Sugar Hill Bistro on 145th Street in Harlem. All around h...

Fortune: Editor's Deskupdated: Mon Oct 14 2002 00:01:00

To cover powerful women, it helps to have journalistic powerhouses on your team who also happen to be female. Senior writer Patricia Sellers (that's Pattie seated on the right) pulled together our ...

Fortune: Pat Robertson's Quest For Eternal Life He's making bets to ensure that his evangelical empire outlasts him. His updated: Mon Jun 10 2002 00:01:00

Jesus mania swept Liberia. For eight nights last December the nation's TV channels--both of them--simultaneously showed programs created by Pat Robertson's Christian Broadcasting Network. There was...

Fortune: Blacks Find Religion in the GOPupdated: Mon Jul 09 2001 00:01:00

When most liberals picture George W. Bush's "armies of compassion," they see Pat Robertson's Christian soldiers. Likewise, they view Bush's controversial effort to aid religious groups--the faith-b...

Fortune: The Christian Coalition Sucks Wind POLITICS: ROBERTSON VS. SIN, INIQUITY, AND SCOTLANDupdated: Mon Jul 19 1999 00:01:00

This is the time of the political season when Republicans trim their views to the specifications of the Christian Coalition, when commentators talk of invisible armies of zealous campaigners, when ...

Money Magazine: Pat Robertson, E-bankerupdated: Sat May 01 1999 00:01:00

Televangelist, hurricane buster and erstwhile presidential candidate Pat Robertson is teaming up with the Bank of Scotland to create a new telephone- and Internet-based bank, which has yet to be na...


This is not good. Not one person in the entire country buys my story about the Buddhist monks. There's an independent counsel cruising my way, and I look like a dufus hiding behind legalisms even m...

Fortune: ODD PARTNERS ON THE POTOMACupdated: Mon Jul 07 1997 00:01:00

The far left and the far right are screaming at China. The liberal Ted Kennedy and the conservative Orrin Hatch are conspiring to win health care benefits for children. The Democratic President and...


When Dick Cheney kicked off his New Year by deciding not to make a run for the White House in 1996, business executives lost their favorite candidate for President. But corporate America has a muc...

Fortune: THE INSIDERupdated: Mon Jan 24 1994 00:01:00

Mike Milken invests, we report. His Junkbondness is now backing Seventh Level, a Los Angeles educational interactive multimedia software company. Sort of like videogames with vitamins. A co-founder...

Fortune: An abundance of poverty, windy moments in Washington, New York's smart boys, and other matters. CHUCKLES GALOREupdated: Mon Jan 02 1989 00:01:00

In which Keeping Up seeks to build upon Yuletide merriment by presenting its first annual list of the year's ten most hilarious happenings. A funny thing about this exercise is that it started out ...

Fortune: HEAVEN EXPRESS?updated: Mon Oct 24 1988 00:01:00

Short of cash on Sunday mornings? That's no excuse. Just pull out your plastic. Last month, parishioners at St. Marks United Methodist Church in Lincoln, Nebraska, became one of the first congregat...

Fortune: NO LONGER THE SOLID SOUTH By the time Super Tuesday is over, all those presidential candidates scurrying around will realize thaupdated: Mon Mar 14 1988 00:01:00

TO HEAR THEM tell it, presidential candidates high-tailing out of snowy New England for Super Tuesday's Southern primaries expect nothing but sunshine and success. It's going to be a little more co...

Fortune: FORTUNE magazine contents page JUNE 8, 1987 VOL. 115, NO. 12 updated: Mon Jun 08 1987 00:01:00

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