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No Senate run for actor Ben Affleck

Ben Affleck is taking his name off the list of possible candidates for U.S. Sen. John Kerry's seat, which would be open if the...

Election Day: If you don’t vote, you don’t matter

[vimeo 52918080 w=580 h=326] An Election Day video and message from the staff of Capitol Hill Blue. As far as we're concerned, it doesn't mater if...

How the GOP will deal with Sarah Palin

Finding that the responsibility of holding office was too much for her, she decided to quit midterm, and promote what came naturally. Herself. She was packaged, sold and resold, measured by the armey of Koch, and honored with money and free access to the media, unlike anyone before her. Some of this was by accident, most of it was by de

Reid: Time to reform the tax code

The U.S. tax code is "ripe" for reform and fixing it will be a top priority for Democrats this year, Senate Majority Leader Harry...

Giffords a leading voce in immigration debate

Representative Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona, who was shot point blank in the head while meeting with constituents on Saturday, was expected to be a...

Giffords: An unlikely Democratic choice in a conservative state

Gabrielle Giffords, one of her state's most high-profile Democrats, seems at first glance to be an unlikely choice of voters in conservative-leaning southern Arizona. But...

Cantor: Americans hate health bill

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor says the new health care law is getting in the way of job-creation and vows Republicans are committed to...

Pie in face for Levin brings criminal charges

An anti-war protester who hit Michigan Sen. Carl Levin in the face with an apple pie has been charged with assault. An indictment filed Thursday...

Health care celebration? Celebrate what?

It was the ultimate Christmas Eve present for Barack Obama. Around 7 a.m. one year ago today, every Democratic senator in office - 60...

Did Obama manage to salvage a bad year?

From the wreckage of the mid-term elections, US President Barack Obama, preaching pragmatism and bi-partisanship, is engineering a political rebound and reinvigorating his administration. Yet...