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Miller tweaks O’Donnell, Murkowski

He’s having a little fun at fellow Tea Party favorite Christine O’Donnell’s expense in his bid for Senate. Read the full story from Politico…

Jackson: Obama must tend to black vote

He suggests promising a second economic stimulus that includes funding for urban renewal. Read the full story from Politico…

McCain to Manchin: Join the GOP

After Manchin’s efforts to distance himself from Obama, McCain suggests he join the GOP. Read the full story from Politico…

Auditors find U.S. Afghan aid contract system chaotic

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The first comprehensive audit of U.S. contracts to rebuild Afghanistan found a “confusing labyrinth” of agencies and contractors in a poorly coordinated aid effort, a U.S. audit…

Fiorina to return to trail Thursday

The California Republican Senate nominee was released from the hospital Wednesday afternoon. Read the full story from Politico…

Pro-Republican groups spend big on key races

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republicans are pouring more last-minute cash into tight Senate races than their rivals as some opinion polls show Democrats may not do as badly as expected in…

Barbour says will consider presidential run later

NEWTON, Iowa (Reuters) – Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour said on Wednesday he will start thinking about whether he should run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012 after congressional elections…

Obama Asia trip no slap to Pakistan, China: aides

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama’s upcoming trip to India and other Asian countries should not be taken as a slap against India’s archrival Pakistan or any other country, including…

Ed Rendell: Democrats lost spin war

The White House is causing trouble for Dems by not communcating a ‘clear and concise” message. Read the full story from Politico…

Special report: Tea Party candidates only a Democrat could love

DELAWARE COUNTY, Pennsylvania (Reuters) – Jim Schneller is not the type of congressional candidate a political progressive or liberal Democrat would ordinarily support. Read the full story from Reuters…