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 wealthy, laying out his position before next week’s meeting on the issue with Republicans. Read the full story
The Connecticut senator’s choice for next election: Retire or become a Republican. Read the full story.
A new report says insurgents are ‘resilient” in Afghanistan, but the war shows signs of progress. Read the full story.
He defeats his challenger after a recount. Read the full story.
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 that she is not just a celebrity but a politician — one with what clearly sounds like plans for a White House run. Read the […]
Opinion: Iran’s technical woes push an Israeli or U.S. attack off the table — for now. Read the full story.
They say members against the health care bill should turn down federal medical insurance. Read the full story.
2.1 million ballots cast are to be hand-counted. Read the full story.
The agency will have extra time to decide its next move on Net neutrality. Read the full story.
The president and vice president tour a revived auto plant and claim vindication for rescue. Read the full story.