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John Boehner: The timebomb who could be Speaker

John Boehner: The timebomb who could be Speaker

Republican Representative John Boehner smokes, enjoys steak and red wine, has been known to lob rhetorical bombs — and could be the sharpest thorn in President Barack Obama‘s side come…

Bandito Obama? Billboard stirs protests

Bandito Obama? Billboard stirs protests

A billboard depicting Barack Obama as an Islamist suicide bomber, a gay and a Mexican bandit has triggered a storm of criticism in a western US city weeks ahead of…

Road to health care reform riddled with potholes, detours

Road to health care reform riddled with potholes, detours

The road to health care reform in this country is a rocky one that takes many wrong turns and leaves many Americans wondering if they are better or worse off…

‘Naked cowboy’ announces run for President

‘Naked cowboy’ announces run for President

Watch out, Sarah Palin. There’s a new conservative in town, and he’s (nearly) naked and gunning for the White House. The Naked Cowboy, a strapping guitar player and Times Square…

Verizon wireless owes $90 million in refunds

Verizon wireless owes $90 million in refunds

US telecom titan Verizon Wireless will pay back up to 90 million dollars to some 15 million cell phone users who were charged for services they did not use, the…

Message to a divided America: Islam is not the enemy

Message to a divided America: Islam is not the enemy

President Barack Obama told a deeply polarized America that Islam is not the enemy as somber ceremonies marked an unusually tense ninth anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Moving remembrance…

New polls showcase Obama’s freefall

New polls showcase Obama’s freefall

New opinion polls Tuesday made painful reading for President Barack Obama’s Democrats, cementing conventional wisdom that they face a pounding by Republicans in November’s congressional elections. The surveys, published after…

Obama tries to reverse falling Democratic fortunes

Obama tries to reverse falling Democratic fortunes

President Barack Obama will travel to the Midwestern state of Wisconsin Monday as part of a broad effort to stem ebbing political support over the slowing economic recovery. The president…

High unemployment could last a decade

High unemployment could last a decade

The American economy could experience painfully slow growth and stubbornly high unemployment for a decade or longer as a result of the 2007 collapse of the housing market and the…

Feds will appeal stem-cell ruling

Feds will appeal stem-cell ruling

The Justice Department said it will appeal a judge’s decision to block federal funding for stemcell research, risking an election year fight over hot-button issues of science and religion. “I…