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  • Political sex scandals: Who survived – and who didn't

    Political sex scandals: Who survived – and who didn't

    Accusations of sexual harassment ended the political career of Bob Filner, who resigned as mayor of San Diego Aug. 23. But sex scandals are not necessarily fatal to political ambition. Against all odds, some politicians survive them. How do they do it? Here’s a list of notable politicos whose careers continued in spite of their slips – and some who didn’t, and found themselves looking for work in the private sector.

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  • Political sex scandals: Who survived – and who didn't

    Political sex scandals: Who survived – and who didn't

    Accusations of sexual harassment ended the political career of Bob Filner, who resigned as mayor of San Diego Aug. 23. But sex scandals are not necessarily fatal to political ambition. Against all odds, some politicians survive them. How do they do it? Here’s a list of notable politicos whose careers continued in spite of their slips – and some who didn’t, and found themselves looking for work in the private sector.

  • In Pictures Barack Obama's milestones

    President Barack Obama is sworn in as the 44th President of the United States during the inauguration ceremony in Washington on Jan. 20, 2009. Michelle Obama watches at right. The Bible Mr. Obama used is the same one that President Abraham Lincoln used at his inauguration in 1861. Obama made history as the first African-American to become US President.

  • How Obama can respond to the popular misperception that he is Muslim

    Editorial Board Blog How Obama can respond to the popular misperception that he is Muslim

    A Pew poll that finds nearly 1 in 5 Americans sees Barack Obama as a Muslim can be answered by looking at his past, especially his 2006 speech about faith in politics.

  • The Audacity of Hope – from the Monitor archives

    Barack Obama gives readers a blueprint of his view that America requires "a different kind of politics."