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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

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Tuesday, January 17, 2012
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Under heavy debate pressure from his rivals, Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney defended his record as a venture capitalist, insisted he bears no responsibility for attack ads aired by his allies and grudgingly said Monday night he might release his income tax returns this spring.

"I have nothing in them that suggests there's any problem and I'm happy to do so," he said. "I sort of feel like we're showing a lot of exposure at this point," he added in a reference to the campaign to come against President Barack Obama. READ MORE
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Featured Column: Cynthia Tucker
It's tempting to simply forget Ron Paul's unfortunate history on racial issues, especially since he seems to be trying to forget it himself. He won't be the Republican nominee, and his years in Congress have done little to popularize his out-of-the mainstream views. The nation won't be returning to the gold standard any time soon. So why bother to re-examine his resistance to a national holiday commemorating Martin Luther King Jr.? READ MORE
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Featured Column: Carl Hiaasen
The news of the day is burning with big questions: Who'll be the next head coach of the Miami Dolphins? Why is Rosie O'Donnell killing hammerhead sharks? Is Khloe Kardashian really a Kardashian? And each of those stories is being devoured and debated by many thousands of readers, far more than are looking at the sober bylined reports from Haiti, which last week marked the two-year anniversary of its catastrophic earthquake. READ MORE
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Supporters of a push to oust Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker from office are prepared to declare victory in their effort to force the Republican into a recall election. But a problem looms for Democrats: They still don't know who would run against him. They plan to submit more than 500,000 petition signatures Tuesday, as Walker blankets the state's airwaves with ads defending his agenda, including the law enacted last year that ended nearly all collective bargaining rights for most public workers and spurred the recall effort in the first place. READ MORE
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New York's emerging plan to regulate natural gas drilling in the gas-rich Marcellus Shale needs to go further to safeguard drinking water, environmentally sensitive areas and gas industry workers, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has informed state officials. READ MORE
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Around The World
Hackers disrupted the websites of Israel's stock exchange and national air carrier El Al on Monday as part of a two-way cyberwar that continues to escalate. The attacks began earlier this month when hackers identifying themselves as group-xp, a known Saudi hacking group, claimed on an Israeli sports website to have gained access to 400,000 Israeli credit card accounts. The group called it a "gift to the world for the New Year" designed to "hurt the Zionist pocket." READ MORE
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