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Republicans set to win House, gain in Senate: Reuters/Ipsos poll

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Americans unhappy with the economy are poised to hand control of the House of Representatives to Republicans in Tuesday elections that are shaping up as a rebuke…

Judges query both sides on Arizona immigration law

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Arizona Monday asked appellate judges to let it put into effect a controversial crackdown on illegal immigrants, saying the state bordering Mexico had to step in…

Republicans say voters will repudiate Obama

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – With two days left in a bitter fight for control of Congress, Republicans on Sunday appeared headed to a smashing victory they said would be a repudiation…

Behind the Clinton-Meek intervention

Clinton intervenes after a culmination of a long and delicate string of stop-and-start talks. Read the full story from Politico…

Miller race now a referendum on Palin

She’s risking embarrassment on her home turf as she contemplates a possible presidential bid. Read the full story from Politico…

Manchin breathes sigh of relief

The confident two-term governor is promising to bring his successful record to Capitol Hill. Read the full story from Politico…

Cornyn: GOP could still win W.Va.

He believes Raese will pull out a victory. Read the full story from Politico…

Van Hollen: Election is ‘far from over’

Van Hollen puts a positive spin on the polls and pundits projecting massive losses for Democrats. Read the full story from Politico…

U.S. says won’t solve China currency issue at Seoul G20

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States said on Monday it does not foresee China bowing to pressure over its yuan currency during a Group of 20 summit in Seoul, playing…

White House seeks South Korea trade deal before Seoul meet

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Negotiators will put “maximum effort” toward resolving objections in the Congress to a U.S.-South Korean free-trade agreement by the time President Barack Obama goes to Seoul on…