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Category: News

Wiretapping Worries Bring Intelligence Post Back To Spotlight

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http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/23/us/politics/23rivals.html?ref=usOn Wednesday, during a round-table discussion with reporters at the Capitol, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she had been briefed as part of a routine process in which Congressional leaders are informed whenever a lawmaker is picked up on a wiretap. Ms. Pelosi said she was given no details and was not allowed to inform…



Growing Tensions Between the North and South

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http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/23/world/asia/23korea.html?ref=asiaSouth Korea’s relations with the North are at one of their lowest points in years as tensions between the two continue to grow after an unsuccessful meeting session to discuss the future of their joint industrial complex in Kaesong. While discussions on when and where this meeting would take place took over 11 hours, the…



Council District 19 & 20 – Voter Statistics

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Over the last eight years (2000-2008), the Korean American voting populace has been growing by leaps and bounds, especially within the Council Districts 19 & 20 in Flushing. By 2008, there were more than 3,000 registered Korean American voters in District 19 and more than 5,000 registered Korean American Voters in District 20. Although this…



Council District 19 & 20 – Voter Statistics

by kace

Over the last eight years (2000-2008), the Korean American voting populace has been growing by leaps and bounds, especially within the Council Districts 19 & 20 in Flushing. By 2008, there were more than 3,000 registered Korean American voters in District 19 and more than 5,000 registered Korean American Voters in District 20. Although this…



Gillibrand’s Appointment, Foriegn Relations, & Special Elections

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http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/15/nyregion/15kirsten.html?ref=asiaIt is customary for politicians eager to connect with ethnic voters to butcher a few words in Spanish, Chinese or other foreign tongues. But Ms. Gillibrand is no ordinary politician when it comes to linguistic and cultural comfort: as an Asian studies major at Dartmouth, she studied for six months in China and Taiwan, becoming…



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