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TRNS Interview: Gay Marriage Poses New Opportunities For Wedding Planners

While heterosexual weddings are already steeped in tradition, the rise of same-sex ceremonies is allowing those who organize and document weddings to break new ground.

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US Says Embargo Not Source of Cuban Woes

For the 21st consecutive year, the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday once again overwhelmingly agreed to a resolution calling for the end of the American embargo on Cuba, with 188 of the 193 UN member countries urging the US to drop its 50 year old sanctions against the Caribbean island. The United States, Israel […]

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Cuomo Says New York Needs Re-Engineering To Withstand Climate Change

Governor Andrew Cuomo says New York City might have to seriously think about redesigning or modifying key aspects of its infrastructure in order to guard against the type of damage that occurred during Hurricane Sandy. “I would expect a situation like this to reoccur and we need long term solutions, this is a long term […]

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UN Sees Slow Move Away From Death Penalty As Executions Drop

Although there are currently 18 000 people on death row worldwide, the past decade has seen an overall drop in the number of countries that execute prisoners, says a UN human rights expert. “If we look at the broader picture, it is clear there is a worldwide trend away from the death penalty, a progressive […]

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Comedian Paul Rodriguez Voices New Spanish Radio Ad For Romney

Comedian Paul Rodriguez on Thursday officially joined the list of Hispanics backing GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney after narrating a Spanish radio ad for the Romney for President campaign.

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Obama Camp Shrugs Off Romney Bounce

The Obama campaign played down Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s bounce in the polls Tuesday, claiming that those involved in the President’s reelection effort were always expecting a tight race. “We’re always [running] this race like we’re five points down,” campaign Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters aboard Air Force One Tuesday. “We know that […]

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Colorado Gov. Says State’s Independents Leaning Toward President

Governor Hickenlooper (D-Col.) said in a panel discussion in Denver Wednesday that Colorado independent voters lean in favor of President Obama over Governor Romney. “I think right now, if you go around and talk to independents, by four or five points now support the President over Governor Romney,” Hickenlooper said. Although the state tends to lean conservatively, […]

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RNC Podcast: Behind the Scenes at the RNC

In which the American Conversation and Talk Radio News teams join forces to discuss the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida. As thestorm(s) approached, we gathered around a large next to the (yes, the audio sounds as authentic and rough as the weather) water to discuss the opening of the RNC. The inaugural episode of KoPoint’s American Conversation includes […]

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Dems, Progressives Bash VP Announcement

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) “There is no question that former Governor Romney now owns the Republican, Ryan budget that puts millionaires ahead of Medicare and the middle class.  Congressman Paul Ryan led House Republicans in voting to end the Medicare guarantee, which increases costs on seniors and weakens America’s great middle class in […]

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Syria: UN Monitors Pulled From Aleppo

The United Nations mission to Syria Tuesday withdrew all of its observers for the embattled city of Aleppo, as Assad government forces and rebel groups continued to clash for control of Syria’s most populated urban center. “We have pulled out the entire team of observers from Aleppo today due to the deteriorating security situation there […]

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Sending Troops To Europe Was The Right Thing To Do

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President Obama has made the right move by sending some of our troops to Eastern Europe. It’s not a big number, but they create an important buffer between those countries and Russia’s Red Army.

Report: 44,000 Duplicate Voters In Virginia, Maryland

DOUBLING UP? A new report says 44,000 voters are registered in both Virginia and Maryland.

A crosscheck of voter rolls in Virginia and Maryland turned up 44,000 people registered in both states, a vote-integrity group reported Wednesday.

TRNS News Notes — 4/24/14

News Notes

Obama Asia tour: we’ll defend Japan
Obama: Ukraine sanctions “teed up”
Navy re-assigns ex-Blue Angels commander
Probe: DHS watchdog altered, delayed reports!
FCC upends itself today on net neutrality
FDA to regulate e-cigarettes

Click here for: Thursday, April 24

● Mortgage closings cause consumer pain

● USDA releases $60 million in breastfeeding funds

● FEC unveils an upgrade to website search engine

● Old shipwreck found near Golden Gate Bridge

● Amedisys pays $150 million for Medicare fraud

● Landmarks added to national list

Iraq And Afghanistan Vets To Be Honored In D.C.

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The names of all those who have died in battle since 9/11 will be read aloud at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on May 24.

The Flat-Earth Society Has Arisen Again

Can you imagine what the reaction would be if all four Republican candidates for North Carolina’s senate seat said the sun revolves around the earth?