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Marines, Air Force don’t endorse ‘don’t ask’ repeal

Gen. Jim Amos and Gen. Norton Schwartz disagree with the Pentagon report released Tuesday. Read more……

The Caucus: Clinton Drops Clue on Career Plans

For the first time, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton explicitly described her current post as her last in public life. Read more……

Tax cuts for rich don’t trickle down

Opinion: Small-business owners don’t base hiring decisions on tax rates. Read more……

Haley will make prez endorsement

The S.C. gov.-elect says she will “absolutely” endorse a candidate before the primaries. Read more……

Clinton: State is ‘last’ public post

She says secretary of state will be her ‘last public position,” tamping down 2012 speculation. Read more……

At the White House, ’tis the season for parties (not necessarily the partisan kind)

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) has said President Obama holds ” anti-American views ,” is leading the country into decline and ranks as one of the worst presidents ever. Read more……

Rangel Censured Over Violations of Ethics Rules

Despite an impassioned plea by Representative Charles B. Rangel, the House voted 333-79 for a severe sanction. Read more……

The Caucus: On Capitol Hill, a Season to Be Unjolly

As hours of daylight grow shorter, so do tempers in the House and Senate. Read more……

Bachmann sees GOP ‘insurrection’

She warns Republicans to repeal the health law. Read more……

Suddenly, a rally behind tax cuts

Suddenly, a rally behind tax cuts

Defying expectations, a bipartisan majority of President Barack Obama‘s deficit commission has rallied behind the panel’s controversial deficit-slashing proposals. A key Obama ally, liberal Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois,…