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How America’s Big Counties Are Reshaping Politics

by www.nbcnewyork.com
At first glance, Virginia, with its rapid suburban population growth and deepening blue tint, may seem like the exception rather than the rule. But the pattern is one that’s been replicated across the country...Photo Credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
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Tehran, Jan 17, IRNA – An informed source refuted London-based daily ‘Financial Times’ claim concerning Iran agreement for negotiating missile programs.
Tehran, Jan 17, IRNA - United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in Iran, supports the 14th International Energy Exhibition to promote the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal
Beijing, Jan 17, IRNA – China Foreign Ministry spokesman has once again expressed support for Iran nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Beijing, Jan 17, IRNA – The Embassy of Iran in Tokyo said it has opened a memorial book to commemorate the sailors of the Sanchi oil tanker who lost their life in a crash fire accident.
Kuala Lumpur, Jan 17, IRNA - A memorial book for victims of an Iranian sunken oil tanker was opened at Iran’s Embassy in Wellingto, New Zealand on Wednesday.
Uruguayan farmers with their tractors, harvesters, trucks, vans and on horseback took to the roads to protest the cost of fuel, power, increased taxes and an over bloated natio
Damascus, Jan 17, IRNA/SANA - Hundreds of families returned to their homes and towns in Deir Ezzor province’s eastern countryside which the Syrian Arab Army had liberated from Daesh (ISIS).
On Jan. 17, during the execution of the combat mission in Luhansk region of eastern Ukraine, two soldiers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces were killed as a result of the explosion of equipment on an unkn
The new Czech minority government, led by billionaire Andrei Babis, lost the vote of confidence vote after lawmakers rejected the populist who was accused of fraudulent EU subsidies. "Parliament refus
Tehran, Jan 17, IRNA - The following headlines appeared in the Iranian English language newspapers on Wednesday:
Two parliamentary committees - the Foreign Policy Committee and the European Affairs and Oversight Committee of the European Funds - will review the ratification of the Treaty of friendship, good neig
Sargsyan said the future president must be an impartial person, who has never been involved in politics and has never been a party member.
Parliamentary seat was dominated by Mwendwa family for decades until the late MP came along
Edith clinched the ticket with 13,338 votes against her sole rival Maluki Kitili's 2, 663 votes
Democrat says Bannon declined to answer after counsel spoke with White House.
A South Los Angeles commission upheld city demands Tuesday night to stiffen rules for an oil production site that sits next to homes, overriding objections from the company that runs the Jefferson
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says the state of Hawaii didn't need federal approval to retract a cellphone alert mistakenly sent over the weekend warning of a ballistic missile attack
To begin state-wide tour from Ramanathapuram on the same day.
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