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2K bringing back 1994’s Colonization

2K bringing back 1994\'s Colonization

2K bringing back 1994's Colonization


Los Angeles (CA) – 2K is bringing back a serious blast from the past, Colonization from 1994. Under the name Civilization IV: Colonization, the game will use the Civilization IV Gamebryo engine which means low hardware demands and a lot of strategic thinking. The game features several nations to colonize and manage, but the basic premise remains the same: pick your race, territory and begin to create a nation.
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Want Obama in a Punch Line? First, Find a Joke

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What’s so funny about Barack Obama? Apparently not very much, at least not yet.
On Monday, The New Yorker magazine tried dipping its toe into broad satire involving Senator Obama with a cover image depicting the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and his wife, Michelle, as fist-bumping, flag-burning, bin Laden-loving terrorists in the Oval Office. The response from both Democrats and Republicans was explosive.
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Is Obama’s Money Machine Wearing Down?

The fundraising machine Sen. Barack Obama is relying on to overwhelm Sen. John McCain this fall has shown signs of wear in recent weeks, as Internet contributions have slowed and efforts to recruit top donors to Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign have been beset by lingering tensions.
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2 Missing Soldiers’ Bodies Found In Iraq

(CBS/AP) The bodies of two U.S. soldiers missing in Iraq for more than a year have been found, their families said Thursday night. The military would not immediately confirm the report.
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McCain Adviser Refers to ‘Nation of Whiners’

BELLEVILLE, Mich. — Senator John McCain has spent the week trying to tell people that he feels their economic pain. So it was more than a little unhelpful when one of his top economic advisers was quoted Thursday as saying that the United States was only in a “mental recession” and that it had become a “nation of whiners.”
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More Theater Over Iran’s Nukes

 More Theater Over Iran\'s Nukes

George W. Bush and the Iranians are locked in a diplomatic game of “Who’s crazier?” With six months left in office, no political capital at home or abroad, and a uniformed military ready to rebel at the first talk of a new war, the Bush administration is left with simply the threat of military strikes, kept eternally “on the table” in hopes of bluffing Tehran into a compromise on its nuclear program.
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McCain: Selling an Economic Policy

Selling an Economic Policy

John McCain has retooled his campaign — yet again — and put Steve Schmidt, a veteran of Karl Rove’s old shop, in charge of the day-to-day operation. He’s back out again doing what he says he loves best, mixing it up with voters in town hall settings. Where he once professed not to know much about the economy, it’s now what he talks about constantly.
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