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Czech president leads voting, but will face runoff election
Czech President Milos Zeman will face a runoff vote in two weeks after failing to win re-election during the first round of voting on Saturday
Zeman favorite to win 2nd term in Czech presidential vote
The Czech Republic's controversy-courting anti-migrant president is seeking another five-year term in office in a presidential vote with eight challengers hopeful to replace him in the largely ceremonial post
Prague astronomical clock to be removed for restoration
One of Prague's major tourist attractions, its medieval astronomical clock, has been stopped and is to be taken away for months for major repairs
Paying for Ambassadorships Through History
Sen. John McCain took to the Senate floor this week to warn of the national security implications of appointing a political donor to be next U.S. ambassador to Hungary, as his colleagues voted to confirm soap opera producer and Obama campaign “bundler” Colleen Bell to the position. “I am not
Excerpt: Ralph Reed's 'Awakening'
SEE RALPH REED SUNDAY ON ‘THIS WEEK’ Excerpted from AWAKENING: HOW AMERICA CAN TURN FROM ECONOMIC AND MORAL DESTRUCTION BACK TO GREATNESS by Ralph Reed by arrangement with Worthy Publishing, Copyright © Ralph Reed 2014 CHAPTER 1 The Spiritual Cycle Are we watching our nation commit...
George Bush, in Political Exile, Says He's Found His 'Freedom'
George W. Bush crept back into the Washington scene Tuesday morning, and he left a few hours later, as briskly as he arrived. We don't see much of Bush these days. He's the president that a lot of people would like to forget, still so toxic that he's widely considered more likely to hurt than help
Lives of Note
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Today In Pictures: Dec. 23, 2011
Workers in a Santa Claus and a reindeer costume clean windows outside of a 31-meter-high building at the Odaiba shopping mall in Tokyo’s waterfront, Dec. 23, 2011. (Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/Getty Images) Indian artist Jasuben Shilpi, known as the Bronze Woman of India, adjusts the glasses...
Today In Pictures: Dec. 22, 2011
Eight-week-old gray seal Nikolaus looks through wet glass in his enclosure in a seal station in Friedrichskoog, northern Germany on Dec. 22, 2011. (Axel Heimken/AP Photo) An Indian man stands near his belongings as they were burned on a street in New Delhi by...
Today in Pictures: Dec. 21, 2011.
A Filipino child displaced by floods waits to receive food from the government at the evacuation center following a recent typhoon, Dec. 21, 2011 in Cagayan de Oro, Mindanao, Philippines. Typhoon Washi,that swept across the south of the country has claimed more than 1000 lives...