Romney, McCain Criticize GOP Debate Rules

The last two Republican presidential nominees aren’t happy about how the next one will be selected. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Sen. John McCain are criticizing the Republican National Committee and the TV networks hosting the first two GOP primary debates this summer for setting limits on participation. Under rules adopted by Fox News and CNN in consultation with […]

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U.N. Quietly Offers DNA Testing for ‘Peacekeeper Babies’

No one knows how many children have been fathered by U.N. peacekeepers over the decades (UNITED NATIONS)—The U.N. peacekeepers arrive; months later, some leave infants behind. Now the United Nations has quietly started to offer DNA testing to help prove paternity claims and ensure support for the so-called “peacekeeper babies.” It’s a delicate step, as countries that contribute U.N. troops […]

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YouTube Takes a Shot at Amazon’s Twitch With ‘YouTube Gaming’

The popular video sharing site announces plans to overhaul its games content and tweak live streaming options Remember the scuttlebutt back in March about YouTube ramping up its gaming presence? Turns out it wasn’t wishful thinking: the Google-owned video sharing titan on Friday unveiled “YouTube Gaming,” a new games-centric service not to be confused with “YouTube #Gaming,” the company’s longtime […]

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Hillary Clinton Launches Her Campaign as Economic Populist

“It’s your time” Hillary Clinton on Saturday laid out a broad vision of economic and social inclusion in the U.S., calling for middle-class economic policies that help restore income equality and telling a crowd, “it’s your time.” “Prosperity can’t just be for CEOs and hedge fund managers. Democracy can’t just be for billionaires and corporations,” Clinton told a packed group […]

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White House Race Has Already Sparked $1 Million in Negative Ads

Nearly all of it was spent against Hillary Clinton The 2016 presidential election has already unleashed more than $1 million in negative ads, according to a Center for Public Integrity review of federal campaign finance filings. Only 515 more days until Election Day. In the meantime, expect the price of presidential mudslinging to rapidly hit eight, then eventually nine figures, […]

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