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Saturday, January 28, 2023

Both Parties Proclaim Boost for November From Primaries

Tuesday’s congressional primaries have set the stage for an unusually competitive fall election season in which Northern Virginia voters are likely to determine whether the state once again supports a Republican president or shifts to the blue column for the first time in 44 years.

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Leader of Obama’s VP Search Team Quits

James A. Johnson, a consummate Washington insider and former Fannie Mae chief executive, resigned yesterday from Sen. Barack Obama’s vice presidential search committee, just four days after he was caught up in controversy over low-interest home loans and lucrative business deals.

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Chemical Law Has Global Impact

Europe this month rolled out new restrictions on makers of chemicals linked to cancer and other health problems, changes that are forcing U.S. industries to find new ways to produce a wide range of everyday products.

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McCain, Obama Reaching Out to Female Voters

Sen. John McCain and his aides have gone out of their way to praise Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in recent days, and by the end of the week his most prominent female supporter, former Hewlett-Packard chief executive Carly Fiorina, will embark on a female-focused speaking tour in Ohio and…

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Indian Workers Decry Recruitment Tactics

Vijay Kumar was working as a contract welder in the sweltering United Arab Emirates two years ago, far from his wife and family in southern India, when he spotted an advertisement offering welders and pipe fitters “permanent lifetime settlement in the USA for self and family.”

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Comedians Of Clout

The Onion newspaper jokingly dissects how Barack Obama calculates his every facial expression to convey the countenance of Inspirational Leadership. Jon Stewart jests that Obama strikes poses so evocative of the forefathers on our currency, he’s not campaigning merely for president but rather is …

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