Iowa: 'They don't know where the ballots are, but Romney will win by 14 votes'
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Breaking: Iowa: 'They don't know where the ballots are, but Romney will win by 14 votes' 04 Jan 2012 Ballots are missing from two counties in Iowa. (Fox News, live report, 01:40 AM ET) 04 Jan 2012 [Of course! Even Karl Rove's 10 million dollars/sleazy pac couldn't seal the deal for corpora-terrorist Mitt Romney -- ergo, ballots are 'missing!' Rove is on the air on Fox, citing a 'credible source' explaining how Mitt Romney's vote may have been 'undercounted' in one Iowa county. On Fox, Rove predicted a Romney victory by 14 votes.]
Perry: Reassessing bid after Iowa caucuses 04 Jan 2012 Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Tuesday that he would head home "to determine whether there is a path forward" for his White House bid after he finished a distant fifth in the Iowa caucuses. At times pausing to collect his emotions, Perry told supporters that he appreciated their work but that he needed to consider whether there was a viable strategy for him to restart his campaign in South Carolina. "With the voters' decision tonight in Iowa, I decided to return to Texas, assess the results of tonight's caucus, determine whether there is a path forward for myself in this race," Perry said, his family standing behind him.
AntiSec hackers reveal personal data of 860,000 Stratfor subscribers 04 Jan 2012 A computer hacking group has revealed email addresses and other personal data from former Vice President Dan Quayle, former Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger, and hundreds of U.S. intelligence, law enforcement and military officials in a high-profile case of cyber-theft. The hack resulted in the unauthorized release of account information for 860,000 subscribers to Stratfor, a Texas-based company that provides analysis of national and international affairs. The data were released in two batches last month by the AntiSec faction of Anonymous, a self-described hacker collective.
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