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Republicans count on breakthroughs in Northeast

Three weeks from midterm elections, Republicans speaking up for fiscal conservatism are making strong runs at governorships across the Northeast, where some of the...

White House hedges on foreclosure moratorium

A top White House adviser questioned the need Sunday for a blanket stoppage of all home foreclosures, even as pressure grows on the Obama...

No place for Bush in midterm elections

Former President Bill Clinton is busy on the campaign trail, helping candidates in races from Florida to Washington state. His successor, George W. Bush?...

The worse Obama gets, the better Bush looks

Is President Barack Obama as bad a leader as his predecessor -- the universally despised George W. Bush? A growing number of Americans believe so....

Rush to judgment: Vilsack ignored facts in Sherrod debacle

Former Agriculture Department employee Shirley Sherrod pleaded with officials to hear her out after she was ousted from the USDA during a racial firestorm...

Foreclosure fury: Obama sends bill back to Congress

President Barack Obama killed proposed legislation on Thursday that struck at the heart of growing political rage over how banks have moved to evict...

Boehner: American dream under seige

The "American Dream" is under siege by an out-of-control federal government that doesn't listen to its people, U.S. House of Representatives Republican Leader John...

MSNBC host apologizes (sort of) for Michael Steele slam

He has been on the air only a week, but MSNBC's newest host, Lawrence O'Donnell, is already channeling Rick Sanchez and Dr. Laura Schlessinger...

Gingrich: Democrats are ‘the party of food stamps’

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is advising Republican candidates on November's ballots to frame the choice for voters between Democrats as "the party of...

Working-class whites say ‘no way’ to Democrats

Desperate for jobs and cool toward President Barack Obama, working-class whites are flocking to Republicans, turning a group long wary of Democrats into an...