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Bayh predicts huge Dem losses

But the retiring senator suggests Obama can “save himself” before the 2012 reelection campaign. Read the full story from Politico…

Murkowski soft on GOP caucusing

“I am not my party’s nominee,” she says. Read the full story from Politico…

Carter: Tea party elected me

He says “a lot of those same people” sent him in the White House back in 1976. Read the full story from Politico…

Olbermann: Stewart jumped shark

The MSNBC host responds to the ‘Daily Show’ comedian’s broad condemnation of cable news. Read the full story from Politico…

The politics of change

The politics of change

Change. Change. Change. A demand for change propelled Democrats to power in Congress in 2006, and then put Barack Obama in the White House two years later. Either the change…

Back from the dead, GOP hopes for a big election night

Back from the dead, GOP hopes for a big election night

Resurgent Republicans appear poised to capture control of the House if not the Senate on Tuesday in elections midway through President Barack Obama‘s term, reaping a rich harvest of voter…

Obama’s nightmare: More Republicans in the Senate

Obama’s nightmare: More Republicans in the Senate

Democrats’ Senate majority faces a midterm shrinkage Tuesday, a further complication for President Barack Obama‘s agenda, even if Republicans fall short of seizing control of the 100-member chamber. Republicans must…

Japan will aim to join U.S.-led trade pact: report

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan will aim to join a U.S.-led Asia-Pacific free trade pact while pursuing agriculture reform to overcome resistance from farmers, the Nikkei business daily reported on Monday.…

U.S. agrees to resume talks on settling Cambodian debt

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) – The United States and Cambodia agreed on Monday to resume negotiations on settling a $445 million debt accumulated by a U.S.-backed Cambodian military regime in the…

Report urges CIA control of U.S. special forces

Report urges CIA control of U.S. special forces

Support is growing in the US military and administration of President Barack Obama for shifting to the CIA operational control over elite special forces teams secretly in Yemen, The Wall…