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Obama hit during basketball game, gets stitches

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama was accidentally elbowed in the face while playing basketball on Friday and received 12 stitches to his lip, the White House said. Read more…

Obama to speak to South Korea’s Lee after attack

ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (Reuters) – President Barack Obama will speak to South Korean President Lee Myung-bak after an artillery attack by the North on a South Korean island, White…

Obama defends U.S. airport security measures

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama defended controversial new security measures at U.S. airports in an interview released on Friday, saying the methods were necessary to prevent a potential terrorist…

Consumer czar Elizabeth Warren giving face time to industry

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Elizabeth Warren has been on what looks like a diplomatic mission, meeting with some of the biggest names in the financial industry since becoming President Barack Obama’s…

Gawker.com and Sarah Palin book publisher settle dispute

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s publisher, HarperCollins, and a U.S. news and gossip website have reached a settlement after it posted excerpts of her new…

Ex-House leader Tom DeLay guilty of money-laundering

AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) – A Texas jury on Wednesday found former Republican House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, dubbed “The Hammer” for his hard-driving style, guilty of money laundering and conspiracy.…

Bipartisanship elusive in post-election Washington

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Polls show Americans want bipartisanship from the new balance of power in Washington, but so far there is little indication that President Barack Obama and resurgent Republicans…

Obama: eager to extend middle-class tax cuts

KOKOMO, Indiana (Reuters) – President Barack Obama said on Tuesday the United States must extend tax cuts for the middle class but could not afford to do so for the…

Obama: eager to extend middle-class tax cuts

KOKOMO, Indiana (Reuters) – President Barack Obama said on Tuesday the United States must extend tax cuts for the middle class but could not afford to do so for the…

Palin book sets out her "commonsense" platform

NEW YORK (Reuters) – If seeing Sarah Palin as a cable television pundit and a reality show star has Americans wondering who she is, her new book makes her case…