Anyone who has spent time with George W. Bush can tell a version of the same story about the frictionless ease of his personality.
It was a lengthy, set-back laden struggle watched by a city of increasingly curious people.
Appropriately, the race to become the next governor of the richest state in the Union could well be a treatment for a Hollywood script: a multimillionaire taking on the wily scion of a political dynasty to succeed one of the biggest box-office stars of all time as governor of California. On Tuesday, Californians will decide if Democrat Jerry Brown, the current attorney general, a former governor himself and three-time presidential candidate, or Meg Whitman, the eBay billionaire who has spent a record $140+ million on her campaign, will succeed Arnold Schwarzenegger
Syria’s emergency law enshrines the autocratic nature of the Assad dynasty’s rule.
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