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Voters to Palin: Stay out of Presidential race

Voters to Palin: Stay out of Presidential race

Sarah Palin may think she has what it takes to be President and political gurus may think she should run but a Fox News poll shows voters across the political…

Will a leaking economy sink Obama?

Will a leaking economy sink Obama?

President Barack Obama faces a long re-election campaign having all but given up on the economy rebounding in any meaningful way before November 2012. His own budget office predicts unemployment…

Labor faces new reality with little help from Obama

Labor faces new reality with little help from Obama

In the early days of the Obama administration, organized labor had grand visions of pushing through a sweeping agenda that would help boost sagging membership and help revive union strength.…

Dick Cheney tries to rewrite history

Dick Cheney tries to rewrite history

Dick Cheney‘s autobiography presents a robust defense of his push for the U.S. invasion of Iraq without critically examining two issues central to America’s near-failure in the war: the Bush…

Cheney suggests Hillary Clinton would be a better President than Obama

Cheney suggests Hillary Clinton would be a better President than Obama

Former vice president Dick Cheney Sunday praised Hillary Clinton as one of the more competent members of President Barack Obama‘s administration, saying it would be “interesting to speculate” on how…

Obama ramps up pressure on transportation bills

Obama ramps up pressure on transportation bills

President Barack Obama, under fire over high unemployment, stepped up pressure on Congress on Saturday to pass transportation legislation he said would protect almost 1 million American jobs. “Allowing this…

Divided, unpopular Congress returns

Divided, unpopular Congress returns

Congress returns to work this coming week, divided over measures to create jobs and scorned by the nation it was elected to help lead. After a five-week break, Republican and…

Perry’s words may come back to haunt him

Perry’s words may come back to haunt him

Maybe Rick Perry’s not so “Fed Up!” after all. Just nine months ago, the Texas governor released a rhetorical bomb-throwing book under that title. He dismissed Social Security as a…

GOP leaders oust tea party-backed New Hampshire chairman

GOP leaders oust tea party-backed New Hampshire chairman

A tea party-backed chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party — under fire for lackluster fundraising, election losses and inexperience on the job — resigned just minutes before fed-up GOP…

Earthquake risk to U.S. nuke plants higher than thought

Earthquake risk to U.S. nuke plants higher than thought

The risk that an earthquake would cause a severe accident at a U.S. nuclear plant is greater than previously thought, 24 times as high in one case, according to an…