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  • Perry Calling Snowden Criminal Shows Divide on Privacy

    Texas Governor Rick Perry, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, called former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden a “criminal,” putting him at odds with many activists he addressed yesterday at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

  • Perry Views Snowden as Criminal, Not Whistle Blower (Transcript)

    Texas Governor Rick Perry, a possible 2016 Republican presidential candidate, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that he views Edward Snowden as “more a criminal” than a whistle blower for leaking classified documents on the U.S. National Security Agency’s spying program.

  • Texas Governor Perry Calls Snowden Criminal

    Texas Governor Rick Perry, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, called former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden a ‘’criminal,’’ putting him at odds with many activists he addressed earlier today at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

  • Kennedy Mystique Dominates Hearing for Japan Envoy Post

    The Kennedy mystique dominated a Senate hearing on Caroline Kennedy’s nomination to be U.S. ambassador to Japan, as lawmakers spent about as much time praising her family’s legacy as they did asking questions.

  • This Kennedy May Renew the Family Franchise

    For more than half a century, the Kennedys were a force in U.S. politics. Their dominance began with John F. Kennedy’s 1960 presidential run and lasted until the death of Senator Edward M. Kennedy in 2009.

  • Volcker Rule Allows Both Banks and Regulators to Declare Victory

    Both Wall Street and Washington, poring though the Volcker rule’s almost 1,000 pages of legal- speak on terms like market-making and portfolio hedging, can find reasons to claim victory.

  • Can Scott Brown Win as a Kennedy Republican? Margaret Carlson

    The Mad Men of the Republican Party have captured another convert. Scott Brown, the otherwise severely moderate senator from Massachusetts who won Ted Kennedy’s seat in a special election two years ago, has signed on as a co-sponsor of the Blunt amendment.

  • Novel Drugs Seek Cure for Cancer That Killed Ted Kennedy

    Senator Edward Kennedy was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2008 and died 15 months later, close to the median survival time for the disease.

  • Wall Street Rooting for Brown to Block Warren in Massachusetts

    Scott Brown is the only white guy on his team playing a charity basketball game at the Dunbar Y Community Center in Springfield, Massachusetts, and he’s working. He huffs up and down the court in a gold tank top with a number 10 on it, maroon shorts, and Nike high-tops that make it look as if he’s got black-and-white hams strapped to the ends of his legs.

  • Lesson of the Shutdown: Don’t Burn Your Boats

    In the aftermath of the government-shutdown debacle, many Tea Partiers have chosen to blame . . . Republican moderates, for wavering.

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