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  • Leadership Expects 2012 Troop Voter Turnout Drop

    The Pentagon official overseeing the program to assist servicemembers in voting said the number of absentee ballots requested by troops this year is greater than those sought in 2004, the last time an incumbent ran for re-election. Pam Mitchell, acting director of the Federal Voter Assistance Program, told reporters that the program has received about 600,000 requests for absentee ballots for overseas military personnel or their family member... more

  • Game Review: MLB At Bat 2012

    ATLANTA - Baseball is back, which means die-hard fans like me are hungry for updates and highlights when we're not near our televisions or computers. For the past six years, I've satisfied my appetite with Major League Baseball's evolving offerings. What used to be a glitch-filled, clunky desktop-based system is now a robust experience that includes sleek, high-performing apps for iPhones, iPads, Android and other devices. This year's versio... more

  • Game Review: Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2012

    For: Xbox 360 (Kinect required) From: Ubisoft ESRB Rating: Everyone (mild suggestive themes, violent references) Price: $50 That hissing sound you hear? That's your resolution to get in shape slowly seeping out of the room as the new year starts feeling familiar and the excitement of 2012's first week gets pushed out of the way by life as usual. Gym memberships are expensive, finding time to go to the gym is a hassle, making a plan is hard... more

  • Book Review: ‘Double Down: Game Change 2012'

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    "Double Down: Game Change 2012" (The Penguin Press), by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann For political junkies missing the drama of presidential election years, a new book on the 2012 race - exhaustive and replete with juicy details - may tide you over. "Double Down" by journalists Mark Halperin and John Heilemann is a follow-up to "Game Change," their much-discussed account of the 2008 election that was adapted into an HBO movie. "Double Do... more

  • Inaugural Crowd Smaller Than '09; Still Hopeful

    Amaya Tanks (center), from Altavista, Va., waves her flag and yells from the arms of her uncle, Jerome Payne, on the National Mall during the Inauguration Day events in Washington DC, January 21. (Photo by Parker Michels-Boyce/The News & Advance)

    WASHINGTON - The crowd that jammed the National Mall on Monday for President Barack Obama's second inaugural may have been smaller and less ebullient than the 1.8 million people who attended his historical first swearing-in, but by no means was it somber. The euphoria of the frozen 2009 ceremony was replaced Monday with what several attendees described as an enthusiasm tempered by the political battles of the last four years, and supplanted b... more

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