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POSTED: December 27, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

As Iowa Caucus Nears, G.O.P. Race Is Still Up in the Air

Editorial: Keeping Students From the Polls

Economic Downturn Took a Detour at Capitol Hill


Documents Appear to Contradict Gingrich's Account of First Divorce

Rare but Grudging Judicial About-Face in Bias Case


Guns in Public, and Out of Sight


As Inquiry Widens, Comptroller Is Busy Showing That All Is Calm



The Christian Science Monitor


State of the world: U.N. poverty-reduction goals on track


Virginia primary: Was it so hard for Perry and Gingrich to get on the ballot?

Donald Trump as third-party candidate: Will he woo Americans Elect?


2012 economic outlook: What's in store for next year?


The Star Ledger

Rep. Steve Rothman to challenge Rep. Bill Pascrell in June Democratic primary

Report: Lautenberg pushed candidate for U.S. District Court judgeship to score political points

3 years later, pain lingers for Elizabeth family of slain 16-year-old gunned down outside roller rink



The Detroit Free Press

Detroit casinos to set new record for annual revenue

Michigan landfills find ways to turn garbage into energy



The Washington Post


Wealth gap grows between Hill, constituents


UC-Berkeley, other top public universities scramble for revenue


Perry’s roar now more of a whisper

Paul’s record marked by bold strokes, futility

Think Tanked: Why Ron Paul and Cato split

A new nation, a new embassy

Second former ICE worker pleads guilty


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

CNN: Gingrich pressed for first divorce

Mayor Reed responds to inquiries about airport concessions


Atlanta to identify pockets of foreclosures, run-down properties



The Chicago Tribune

Kwanzaa celebration honors event's founder

Newt Gingrich launching petition drive for Illinois Republican primary ballot


A eye-opening year for Illinois' 5 GOP freshmen in U.S. House


The Los Angeles Times

Gov. Brown reaps few victories in 2011

Sandra Day O'Connor promotes civics education

Two fourth-graders find a way to share school's food


USA Today

Higher holiday sales come at steep discount

Federal workers starting at much higher pay than in past


GOP campaign showcases role of federal judiciary


Campaign 2012: A political version of 'American Idol'?


Occupy protesters, others call for public banking


The Cleveland Plain Dealer

South Euclid judge, six others honored for embodying the principles of Kwanzaa



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