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Saturday, October 24, 2015

Can Fiorina seize the moment?

Carly Fiorina stole the show at the Republican debate on Wednesday evening — but that doesn’t guarantee she will be catapulted toward the top of the polls, political insiders say. “[Sen.] Marco Rubio [R-Fla.] did really well at the first debate and it moved the dial a little, but didn’t put him in the top tier,” said Susan MacManus, a professor of government at the University of South Florida. “My guess is [Fiorina] will probably gain more than anybody else from the debate, but by how much?” In Fiorina’s orbit, however, the excitement is tangible. Keith Appell, a senior adviser…

Ahmed Mohamed is tired, excited to meet Obama – and wants his clock back

Above all else, Ahmed Mohamed wants some sleep. Early Thursday afternoon, when he would be in school if he weren’t suspended, he curled his 14-year-old frame on a quilted bed. Outside, satellite television trucks loomed on the street, but he stayed hidden in a curtained back room of the family home. On Monday, the teenage inventor stepped with his outsized sneaker on the intersection of several American fault lines – Islamophobia, technology, school violence – when he showed up at school with a homemade clock that his teachers took for a bomb. In the days since he has become a…

Hillary Clinton campaign deploys not-so-secret weapon: Bill

Bill Clinton is has been largely in the background of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. ‘My role should primarily be as a backstage adviser until we get much, much closer to the election.’ Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA   Say what you like about President Bill Clinton – and many things have been said about him over the years, flattering and otherwise – but one thing is certain: he isn’t cheap. On Thursday he travelled to Chicago to headline two fundraising events for his wife Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign where top donors were required to bundle $50,000 each for the privilege of hearing him speak….

Burkina Faso: le putschiste Diendéré s’installe et libère le président Kafando

OEuvrant dans les coulisses du pouvoir depuis 30 ans au Burkina et dans les conflits régionaux ouest-africains, ancien chef du RSP sous Compaoré, le général Diendéré a été porté jeudi par les putschistes à la tête de leur «Conseil national pour la démocratie» PHOTO AHMED OUOBA, AFP ROMARIC OLLO HIEN Agence France-Presse OUAGADOUGOU Au lendemain du coup d’État au Burkina Faso, le général Diendéré, nouvel homme fort du pays et fidèle de l’ex-président Compaoré s’employait vendredi à asseoir son pouvoir et multipliait les gages de bonne volonté, ordonnant la réouverture des frontières après avoir libéré le président renversé. Le chef…

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