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How 2016 General Elections Will Affect the Private Sector Business and Middle Class
Despite the discomfort from the new Republican majority-ran Congress for House and Senate, there remain several independent thinkers that are looking ahead and getting prepared for 2016 elections

UPDATE: Cary Lee Peterson, INC Chairman: Obama 2015 SOTU 'Sets the Tone & Path for a Graceful Sanders vs. Clinton 2016 Election'
Independent National Committee Chairman Cary Lee Peterson posts comment to Facebook and Twitter Wednesday morning, voicing President Barack Obama's 2015 State of the Union address "sets the tone and path for a graceful Sanders VS. Clinton 2016 election."

Cary Lee Peterson, Inc Chairman: Obama 2015 SOTU 'Sets the Tone & Path for a Graceful Sanders vs. Clinton 2016 Election'
Independent National Committee Chairman Cary Lee Peterson posts comment to Facebook and Twitter Wednesday morning, voicing President Barack Obama's 2015 State of the Union address "sets the tone and path for a graceful Sanders VS. Clinton 2016 election."

New Political Committee Hosting First Annual Summit in Hopes to Bring Recovery and Unity to Indie Party
Since the November 2014 elections some of the public have turned to independent political groups for a new vision and direction in American politics, which leave many curious to whether or not Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) will decide to run for president in 2016 or if the newly formed Independent National Party Committee (INC) will show a major impact on Capitol Hill and at U.S. Congress.

Glass Ceiling or Not, These 100 Women Are Leading Their Fields
Today the Women's Executive Network (WXN) revealed the recipients of the 2013 Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards. Co-Presented by KPMG and Scotiabank, this year's Awards saw an increase of representatives in sectors historically disassociated with female leadership, including representatives from the military, mining and manufacturing industries.

Celebrate International Women's Day by Helping Us Find Canada's Most Powerful Women
On International Women's Day, March 8th, the Women's Executive Network (WXN) opens Nominations for its annual Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards. What began 11 years ago as a means to celebrate and highlight the achievements of women in leadership roles has today become the country's premier Awards for recognizing remarkable women.

Women's Executive Network Reveals Winners of 2012 Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards
Marking a decade of celebrating female leaders, the Women's Executive Network (WXN) revealed the recipients of the 10th Annual Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards. Each year, these awards celebrate the professional achievements of women across the country in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors

Destination Cellars and Legendary Chef Jose Andres Offer Limited-Edition Wine Holiday Gift Packages
Destination Cellars, the first and only luxury destination wine club, in collaboration with internationally renowned chef José Andrés, is offering three carefully crafted wine packages this holiday season. The limited-edition gift sets are inspired by Andrés' successful Washington, D.C

US official indulging in explicit sex act on Baghdad Palace roof caught on tape
A top US diplomat has been filmed indulging in a sex act on the roof of Iraq's Republican Palace was caught on tape, a foreign service officer has revealed.

World leaders gather 'to discuss Somalia's future' at London conference
World leaders have gathered in London for a one-day conference aimed at discussing the future of Somalia, and to focus on finding peace and ending threats of terrorism and piracy.

Egypt's treatment of women protestors 'a disgrace': Clinton
US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has accused Egyptian authorities of failing the country's women since the revolution to ouster president Hosni Mubarak began, and denounced the stripping and beating of a female protester as "shocking" and a "disgrace".

US-sponsored moot on Afghanistan to 'bear no fruit' without Taliban participation
The US-sponsored Istanbul Conference on Afghanistan would be nothing more than an agenda-setting exercise for the December 5 Bonn Conference, as none of major Afghan resistance groups- including the Taliban and Haqqani network- would participate in the November 2 moot, a Pakistani newspaper has said.

US warding off 'clearly defined terms of engagement' sought by anxious Pakistan
Pakistan is awaiting a nod from the United States to its proposal seeking clearly defined new terms of engagement for cooperation in the ongoing war on terror.

Hilary Clinton overtakes Obama as US' favourite politician: Poll
A new poll has shown that US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton has overtaken President Barack Obama as the Americans' favourite politician.

US-Pak strategic dialogue postponed 'indefinitely'
The strategic dialogue between the United States and Pakistan is said to have been postponed indefinitely, in the latest sign of worsening ties between the key 'allies' in the ongoing war on terror.

Clinton condemns use of rape as a weapon in Libya
The US Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton has accused Libyan forces of using rape as a weapon of war.

Writ petition filed against US in Lahore High Court
A constitutional petition has been filed in the Lahore High Court to seek the registration of a criminal case of the unilateral Abbottabad operation by the United States resulting in the death of Al Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden.

Pak, US need 'marriage counselling' to salvage troubled ties
An editorial in a Pakistan daily has said that the United States and Pakistan are in need of a 'marriage counselling' to salvage their troubled ties.

Can Pakistan's peace overtures be taken at face value?
The world, as we know it, seems to be going topsy-turvy of late. Pakistan, a sworn enemy of India since its inception as a Nation, seems to be warming up with India after six plus decades. At the same time, its relationship with its most abiding ally, the United States (US), is on the brink of a breakdown.

India, US to discuss tough issues during strategic dialogue
Leadership of India and United States would be dealing with tough issues staring at the bilateral relationship during the second Indo-US strategicialogue, which commences in New Delhi on July 19.

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