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Wistful, humorous Romney looks back as he ponders '16

Sources: Booker, Pallone in US Senate race in NJ

Indonesian governor inspires, but can he deliver?

Who'll replace Nasdaq CEO Greifeld

Navalny shakes up Moscow mayor campaign

Japan gets Net campaign, but not savvy candidates

Analysis - Silicon Valley builds up in Microsoft's backyard

India's Modi widens lead, BJP may win half the seats in key state: poll

Reynolds readies for WA Senate re-run

Young voters have numbers to set India on new path

Ventura dangles idea of 2016 presidential bid

Can mass marketing heal the splits on 'Obamacare'?

Marketing studies help craft health overhaul pitch

Bing's legacy clouded by emergency manager threat

Ford, others step up hiring to meet demand

White House denies 'Orwellian' news manipulation

AP Exclusive: Romney uses secretive data-mining

Recall a thing of the past in race against Wisconsin's Walker

In democracy and disaster, emerging world embraces 'open data'

Special report: Why Brazil's would-be first black president trails among...

Indon candidates a salve for Aussie phobia

New CEO Sikka to revive India's Infosys with tech, boardroom savvy

Tea party questions Barbour's role in senate race

Shipping tycoon makes rare political foray in Greek port town

In Afghan election race, wooing votes with ethnic strongmen

Mirren reigns as Britain's queen in 'The Audience'

Greens happy with Melbourne ballot draw

Cash-strapped University of California may spend millions on president's...

Key Senate races have a family factor

Top Republicans say Romney didn't offer specifics

Italy's Renzi: Web-savvy politician who looks to Obama

Matteo Renzi: from Florence mayor to Italy PM

Matteo Renzi: from Florence mayor to Italy PM

5 tycoons who want to close the wealth gap

How the World Wide Web has changed our lives over the past 20 years

Brazil's Silva winning over investors in presidential race

Shambolic election campaign leaves Indonesia's president-elect much to...

Farm worker faces No. Two Republican for House seat

Sperling, Obama's quirky and loquacious economic aide, makes exit

In U-turn, US to meet India's Modi

Israeli high-tech entrepreneur turns his focus to politics

Special report - Why Brazil's would-be first black president trails among...

Analysis - In Brussels, reasons to be cheerful

Yellen Proves Master of Math Forecasting Economy as U.S. Rallies

Clinton recruiting Obama veterans for expected 2016 campaign

New PAC stirs GOP rivalries, tea party angst

Coordinated strategy propelled gay marriage in RI

Abbott says Palmer competing on fringe

Boston mayor announces he won't seek re-election

Behind an Indian politician's rise, a young online army

Romney's convention promise: 'Jobs, lots of jobs'

2016 SPIN METER: 5 things to know not to believe

Poll lead for newcomer shakes up Spain's political system

New Jersey's fiscal woes imperil an already-damaged Chris Christie

Myanmar Parliament's hats reveal much about owners

Sheer size is just 1 complexity in Indian election

Review: 'Mensch' affectionate tribute to manager

Plane search puts Malaysian minister on defensive

Taiwan president's party post at risk after election trouncing