Reuters – The Obama administration on Monday appealed a decision that found unconstitutional a U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulation requiring tobacco companies to put large, graphic health warnings on cigarette packages and advertising.
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Obama admin appeals ruling on tobacco health label
Reuters – Here are three safe bets on Virginia’s presidential primary on Tuesday: Mitt Romney will win, turnout will be low and a lot of Republicans will be discouraged, which could help President Barack Obama in the battleground state in November.
Reuters – Republican Rick Santorum lashed out at chief rival Mitt Romney on Saturday as “uniquely unqualified” to challenge President Barack Obama in November’s election and urged Ohio voters to join him in rejecting the party’s old-boy establishment.
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Santorum blasts Romney on healthcare ahead of Ohio vote
Reuters – President Barack Obama called a law student on Friday to express his support after she was branded a “slut” by controversial right-wing talk-show host Rush Limbaugh for her outspoken support of Obama’s new policy on contraception coverage.
Reuters – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Friday global powers would be falling into a trap if they pursued talks with Iran and he challenged Tehran with a series of demands before he meets U.S. President Barack Obama.
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Netanyahu warns against diplomatic path with Iran
ContributorNetwork – COMMENTARY | Rick Santorum’s observation that President Barack Obama is a “snob” for wanting people to seek education beyond high school has brought into being an eclectic group of people who have taken him to task over the statement.
AP – When Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum calls President Barack Obama “a snob” for wanting all Americans to attend college, he may be out of step with the public’s overall view of higher education.
Reuters – The Obama administration will not swerve from plans to move into an advisory role in Afghanistan, U.S. officials said on Monday, despite the killing of U.S. advisers over the weekend that underscored the risks foreign soldiers will face as they rush to train Afghan forces.
AP – President Barack Obama Monday urged the nation’s governors to invest more state resources in education, saying a highly skilled workforce is crucial for the U.S. to remain competitive with other countries.