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Santorum hires key Iowa advisers

The hiring is yet another sign that the former senator is gearing up for a 2012 presidential run. Read the rest of the story from Politico.…

Steele wants Gingrich-Obama debate

Former RNC chair won’t make a 2012 endorsement yet, but there’s one match-up he’d like to see. Read the rest of the story from Politico.…

Michelle ready to campaign for 2012

‘Whenever it’s time to campaign and they tap me on the shoulder, I’ll be right there,” the first lady says. Read the rest of the story from Politico.…

Bill: Hillary prefers grandkids to W.H.

For the third time in 10 days, one half of the power couple reiterates wanting Chelsea to have a child. Read the rest of the story from Politico.…

Hawaii Dems move to calm ‘birthers’

Lawmakers would like to charge a $100 fee for official copies of the president’s birth certificate. Read the rest of the story from Politico.…

Health reform’s political fallout

Opinion: The bill’s unpopularity is likely to continue until its anti-democratic stain is expunged. Read the rest of the story from Politico.…

Filibuster reform goes bust

Will the rules ever change? ‘I don’t think so,” says Senator Joe Lieberman. Read the rest of the story from Politico.…

Surprise! Republicans want fewer regulations; Democrats want more!

Surprise! Republicans want fewer regulations; Democrats want more!

House Republicans launched a tirade Wednesday at Obama administration regulations, reversing what had been an unusual display of unity hours earlier at the president’s State of the Union speech. In…

Giffords ready to start full rehab

Giffords ready to start full rehab

Rep. Gabrielle Giffords on Wednesday left intensive care for the first time since she was shot in the head in Arizona more than two weeks ago, the latest big step…

Oh hell, not again: Another snowstorm heads for East Coast

Oh hell, not again: Another snowstorm heads for East Coast

Schools closed, governments sent workers home early and planes were grounded Wednesday in an all-too-familiar routine along the East Coast as another snowstorm swept over a region already beaten down…