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Senate should extend middle class tax cuts: Biden

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Vice President Joe Biden on Friday urged the Senate to vote to extend tax cuts for middle class Americans, following the example of the House of Representatives.…

Russia says leaked cables show U.S. cynicism

KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia (Reuters) – Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Friday said leaked embassy cables showed the “cynicism” of U.S. diplomacy but suggested they would not seriously upset improving ties…

Clinton says U.S. still working on Mideast talks

MANAMA (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Friday the United States was still working to relaunch Middle East peace talks despite the Palestinian assessment that negotiations…

Congress votes to avert government shutdown

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Congress on Thursday extended soon-to-expire funding for the federal government for another two weeks, giving Democrats time to craft a more lasting solution. Read more…

House votes to censure Rangel on ethics charges

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The House of Representatives censured veteran Democrat Charles Rangel for ethics violations on Thursday, forcing the former chief tax writer to face a humiliating public rebuke before…

Deficit-cutting plan stumbles in uphill climb

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A bold plan to slash the U.S. budget deficit appeared on Thursday to be falling short of the support needed from members of a presidential commission to…

China’s U.N. influence rising, West should be careful: institute

SYDNEY (Reuters) – China’s engagement with the United Nations is on the rise as its economic power grows, but the West should be cautious with calls for it to act…

Lawmakers meet Fed’s Hoenig, discuss mandate

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican lawmakers on Thursday met with a senior Federal Reserve official who opposes the central bank’s easy money policies to discuss stripping the Fed of its task…

House sends $4.5 billion school-lunch bill to Obama

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The House of Representatives passed on Thursday and sent to President Barack Obama a bill that boosts funding for the school lunch program by $4.5 billion through…

Reid "confident" Senate to consider START soon

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Majority Leader Harry Reid expressed confidence on Thursday the U.S. Senate would debate the New START nuclear treaty with Russia this year, as he gave no sign…