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Differences Between Romney, Cain In Full View

Both candidates delivered speeches at a summit for the conservative group Americans for Prosperity on Friday. While Mitt Romney seemed at times to be a corporate executive at a board meeting, received with warm applause, Herman Cain came on as a kind of conquering hero, greeted by standing ovations.
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Cain Accuser Issues Statement, Alleges 'More Than One Incident' Of Harassment

A woman who accused GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexual harassment alleged Friday that the incidents were "a series of inappropriate behaviors and unwanted advances from the CEO."
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What's The Defining Moment Of Your Generation?

Demographers divide generations by birth year. But each group has also been shaped by the news, music and major cultural events of its era. So what really distinguishes a baby boomer from a Generation Xer, a millennial from a member of the silent generation? Share your defining moments.
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Baby Boomers Remain Skeptical Of The Establishment

The baby boomer generation came into politics with a liberal challenge to the establishment, but that hasn't made it a reliably Democratic voting block. This middle-aged group is deeply dissatisfied with the economy and frustrated with the president.
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For Envoy To China, The Personal And Political Mix

U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke returns to his ancestral village in southern China for the first time since his appointment. The Chinese-American was criticized as "a fake foreign devil who can't speak Chinese." But his humble behavior — flying economy, carrying his own bag — has won him many fans.
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Week In Politics: Economy; Herman Cain; Mitt Romney

Robert Siegel speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne, of the Washington Post and Brookings Institution, and David Brooks, of the New York Times.

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