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Companies May Have To Make Amends After Midterm Elections

Republicans have a message for the businesses that worked closely with the Obama administration over the past two years on key controversial issues: We won’t forget. Take the case of…

Pressure Builds On Obama To Shake Up Inner Circle

Some high-level Democrats are calling for President Barack Obama to remake his inner circle or even fire top advisers in response to what many party strategists expect to be a…

Election Results: 2010 Midterms Put Democratic Control On The Line

WASHINGTON — The Democratic Congress that enacted President Barack Obama’s far-reaching health care law and plowed staggering sums into economic relief is at risk Tuesday in an election that promises…

Murray, Rossi make closing pitches

Murray points to Bush administration policies as the reason “we’re struggling as a country.” Read the full story from Politico…

Recounts Loom For Tight Races

The outcome of a handful of close Senate races might not be known on election night–or even soon after–which could leave control of the chamber unclear for weeks. Contests that…

Democratic power at risk

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – After a long and bitter campaign, Americans cast their votes on Tuesday in elections that could sweep Democrats from power in Congress and slam the brakes on…

Mark Goulston, M.D.: Election 2010: Will You Be a Good Sport on Wednesday?

Will you go gently and cooperatively into Wednesday after the elections, or will you rage against the winners you didn’t vote for? If immature love is loving people for what…

Clinton calls for fair trial for Malaysia’s Anwar

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on Tuesday for Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim to get a fair trial but carefully sought to avoid offending the…

A national referendum on Obama and Democratic Congress

A national referendum on Obama and Democratic Congress

The Democratic Congress that enacted President Barack Obama‘s far-reaching health care law and plowed staggering sums into economic relief is at risk Tuesday in an election that promises to shake…

Larry Womack: No, Really: If You Don’t Vote This Time, It Is Your Fault

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is up by three points among all voters, but down by two points among likely voters. Michael Bennett looks to be narrowly leading among his…