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For more than half a century in the much-buffeted business of jazz, Ramsey Lewis has become known, like Sloopy in one of his hit recordings, for hanging on.
AFTER weeks of speculation over a US military attack on Iran, events moved closer towards war this week.
LOWELL, Mass. (Reuters) - Mary Burns has the kind of Democratic pedigree that dominates Massachusetts politics. Her family and friends vote Democratic, and she lives in a district that has not elected a Republican in 35 years.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some Democratic presidential candidates worried on Thursday the White House had begun a march to war by declaring Iran's Revolutionary Guard a terrorism supporter while a top Republican said
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani said on Friday Iranians need to realize
WASHINGTON, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Traders on the Iowa Electronic Markets, which have been predicting U.S. elections with surprising accuracy for 20 years, are expecting a tight presidential vote next year, with the Democrat narrowly defeating the Republican.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton has dominated news coverage of the 2008 White House race, partly due to negative segments about her on conservative talk radio, according to a new study released on Monday.
These days, keepingone's name short andcool appears to bethe norm … at leastonthe Internet.
Despite drug and legal problems, the talented but troubled British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse was the toast ofthe 50th annual Grammy awards, walking away with five wins.
Do voters' choices ultimately reveal their preferences or prejudices?