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Guy Adams was The Independent's Los Angeles correspondent from 2008-2012.

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Mark Thompson is the incoming chief executive of The New York Times

Former BBC chief Mark Thompson starts new job at New York Times... with questions over Savile affair

Mark Thompson begins a new life as one of the US media’s most influential power-brokers this morning, hoping the scandal that lingers over his stewardship of the BBC will stay largely confined to the far side of the Atlantic.

Enduring love: Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman starred in the 1942 classic

Don't play it: 'Casablanca 2' enrages fans

Hollywood producer faces fierce opposition to planned project

The SEALs disclosed classified information to Electronic Arts

Fine for Navy Seals who disclosing classified information to the makers of a video game

They are the best of the best: members of the elite Special Forces unit which killed Osama Bin Laden, rescued aid worker Jessica Buchanan, and liberated Captain Richard Phillips of the Maersk Alabama from the clutches of Somali pirates.

Michael Tubbs is one of the youngest elected officials in the United States

Student, 22, backed by Oprah and MC Hammer wins council election

A bankrupt city recently dubbed the "most miserable" place in America is back in the news for all the right reasons, after a 22-year-old student succeeded in a celebrity-backed campaign to win election to the local council.

Ms Giffords, a Democrat, gave up her house seat in January

'You put a bullet in her, but you didn't dent her spirit'

Gabrielle Giffords confronts Jared Lee Loughner in court

Hillary Clinton is the clear favourite for the Democrats' Presidential nomination in 2016

As the party winds down, all bets are on Hillary for 2016

The first person to receive a telephone call from the newly re-elected Barack Obama was Bill Clinton, who had worked himself hoarse on the campaign trail in support of the first Democrat to hold the White House since he did. In 2016, it could be another Clinton on the phone.

A screen shot of Romney's President Elect website

One final gaffe: 'President' Mitt's victory website goes live

A square-jawed "President-elect" Mitt Romney was pictured looking purposefully into the future yesterday, standing at a star-spangled lectern to declare: "I'm excited about our prospects as a nation. My priority is putting people back to work in America."

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife Ann walk off the stage after Romney conceded the race during his election night rally

Video: Romney's concession speech - 'Nation is at critical point'

Saying that he left “everything on the field,” an exhausted Mitt Romney conceded defeat to Barack Obama in the early hours of this morning, calling for an end to the “partisan bickering” that has endured to the bitter end of this election battle.

Barack Obama and former President, George W Bush

US Election Diary: Obama takes a leaf from Dubya's book

Barack Obama's final speech contained a veiled nod to his predecessor. "You know me," he said. "You may not agree with every decision I've made. But you know what I believe. You know where I stand." Eight years ago, one President George W Bush declared in his final speech: "Americans have seen how I do my job. Even when you might not agree with me, you know what I believe, you know where I stand." Political soothsayers are now wondering if the "Dubya" quote represents an end-of-term prank by Obama's speechwriters, or a deliberate ploy. Bush, after all, was a two-term president.

Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney greets supporters during a campaign rally at the Hy Vee Center in Des Moines, Iowa

Obama and Romney make 'closing arguments' as candidates prepare for frenetic final campaign drive

It was Sunday morning, so they started with a prayer, along with a re-worked version of the hymn Amazing Grace by a country music band. In a way, that set the stage perfectly for the arrival of Mitt Romney, a candidate whose whose final hours on the campaign trail revolve around a big leap of faith.

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