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Obama’s big speech: He came, he saw, he failed

Obama’s big speech: He came, he saw, he failed

President Obama’s speech to the nation Wednesday night had all the trappings of a game-changing address on a major crisis. He used the Oval Office, a setting reserved for Presidential…

Obama talks tough but can he deliver?

Obama talks tough but can he deliver?

Fresh from admonishing BP before the world, President Barack Obama now gets his moment with the oil company’s leaders. It will be on his turf and, he vowed to an…

Gulf Coasters aren’t buying Obama’s side show

Gulf Coasters aren’t buying Obama’s side show

President Barack Obama promised that life would return to normal for people living on the stricken Gulf Coast, and BP said by the end of the month it would contain…

BP execs face grilling on Capitol Hill

BP execs face grilling on Capitol Hill

BP Plc’s U.S. chief faces accusations in Congress on Tuesday that the energy giant caused the worst oil spill in U.S. history with a calculated strategy to cut costs, hours…

Rand Paul goes after the gun vote

Rand Paul goes after the gun vote

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rand Paul reached out to gun advocates on Saturday, trying to shore up support from a major voting bloc in Kentucky also being courted by his…

Financial reform: The lobbyists move in

Financial reform: The lobbyists move in

Congress’ final tinkering with Wall Street overhaul this month offers lobbyists a last-ditch shot to reshape the package on behalf of clients with billions at stake. Even as the legislation…

American politics: The art of the con

American politics: The art of the con

Politics has long been the last refuge of con artists, scoundrels and crooks but the rise of scam professionals like Sarah Palin, Ron Paul and Barack Obama has completely infiltrated…

‘None of the above’ gaining ground on Harry Reid

‘None of the above’ gaining ground on Harry Reid

Harry Reid faces one wild-card factor in November’s election: None of the above. Nearly 11 percent of voters in Nevada’s Democratic primary last week chose “none” over Reid, reflecting a…

Obama, GOP in pissing contest over Medicare pay for docs

Obama, GOP in pissing contest over Medicare pay for docs

President Barack Obama is asking Republican lawmakers to approve billions of dollars in new spending to avert a scheduled 21 percent cut in payments to doctors who treat Medicare patients.…

The Tea Party: A phony grassroots movement headed for political oblivion?

The Tea Party: A phony grassroots movement headed for political oblivion?

This week’s primaries were supposed to be a celebration for the so-called Tea Party, a phony grassroots movement that is really a front for the extreme right-wing. Instead, several of…