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Tea Party’s diverse agenda could be a problem

Tea Party’s diverse agenda could be a problem

South Carolina tea party activist Sunny O’Donovan plans to travel to Washington in January to personally witness the swearing-in of her new congressman, Jeff Duncan, who was elected with the…

Pelosi’s political purgatory

Pelosi’s political purgatory

The petite woman in regal purple edged her way behind a raucous mob of reporters awaiting the next speaker of the House, a brutal midterm election behind her and an…

Banks face Congressional wrath over foreclosures

Banks face Congressional wrath over foreclosures

Banks under fire over their foreclosure practices face twin hearings in Congress this week, at which they will come under renewed pressure to find ways to keep borrowers in their…

Earl Ofari Hutchinson: Progressive House Democrat Co-Chair Vows Democrats Won’t Roll Over to the GOP

In an exclusive interview, Rep. Lynn Woolsey (D-CA), co-chair of the Progressive House Caucus, talks with New American Media Political Analyst and Huffington Post Contributor Earl Ofari Hutchinson about the…

No Summers Love-In: New Book Paints Unflattering Picture Of Summers

In a soon-to-be-released book about the inner workings and turmoil that dominated the Obama administration’s first two years in office, one figure emerges above the others as a source for…

Robert Reich: The Failure of the G-20 Summit

The president emerged Friday from a meeting with the heads of state and finance ministers of the 20 biggest economies, in Seoul, South Korea, saying they had agree to “get…

HuffPost Radio: Both Sides Now w/ Huffington & Matalin: On Bush’s book, the Lame Duck Session, Pelosi & Olbermann

By Mark Green Bush emerges from Texas while Obama’s in South Asia, as our women in their stead debate the hot potato topics of the week. And like a Washington…

Danny Davis Announces Bid For Chicago Mayor

CHICAGO — The race to replace Chicago’s longtime mayor took better shape Sunday as two more candidates joined a crowded field that also includes former White House chief of staff…

Ken Blackwell: Getting Our Fiscal House in Order

On November 2, the American people sent a resounding message to Washington D.C. that the era of reckless spending must stop. We all know a Balanced Budget Amendment is vital…

Christof Putzel: Why I Smuggled Myself Across the U.S.-Mexico Border

Christof Putzel is a Vanguard correspondent. As part of his investigation into the immigration debate, he crossed the border from Mexico into the U.S. on foot. Americans may be preoccupied…