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The president fielded a range of questions from across the country. The administration denied it was an effort to court young voters, instead calling it 'an online town hall meeting.'
The head of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) responds to social conservatives who are boycotting the gathering.
The latest release of WikiLeaks cables shows the U.S. war on drugs is taking place in 63 countries. But should it?
The founder of the Christian Coalition finds his libertarian side. Or else he's been smoking something. But pro-pot activists are pleased.
Walter Shapiro is spot-on when he gives credit (or blame, depending on your point of view) to the entertainment industry for contributing to changing cultural attitudes about homosexuality.
Whether the pro-marijuana initiatives on four state ballots pass or go up in smoke, pot as a political issue -- and drawing card during elections -- isn't going away.
California's Proposition 19 gets a deep-pocketed supporter as billionaire George Soros announces a $1 million donation to boost the pro-pot ballot initiative.
California's long-running love affair with "direct democracy" will be tested on Nov. 2 as entrepreneurs and interest groups seek approval of nine initiatives, two of which have national implications.
Prop. 19, which would allow adults to grow pot for personal use, is running into flak -- even from backers of medical marijuana and legalization, who predict a crazy quilt of new regulations if it passes.
A ballot initiative that would legalize marijuana has fired up 20-somethings in California, and as a result Democrats are considering pushing for similar measures in swing states two years from now.
El Diario newspaper in Ciudad Juarez runs a front-page editorial asking drug cartels what the rules of coverage should be. It's just another result of mounting violence and intimidation.
Proposition 19, an issue on the California ballot that would legalize some marijuana possession and use, is an "invitation to chaos," an influential newspaper in the state said Saturday.
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