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Angry independents add up to doom for Democrats

For the upcoming midterm elections, the theme is -- once again -- change but the change voters want is something Democrats ain't offering. And Democrats...

Clinton says Powell sold him on ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’

Former President Bill Clinton says "don't ask, don't tell" didn't work out like he thought it would when Joint Chiefs Chairman ColinĀ  Powell sold...

Congressional pork could doom Pentagon cost-cutting

The Pentagon will unveil new rules later on Tuesday aimed at ending years of massive cost overruns on major weapons programs, but congressional efforts...

Gay candidates add to mid-term election mix

Laure Rondeau, an 82-year-old Catholic, supports Providence Mayor David Cicilline for Congress because he wants to get the troops out of Afghanistan and says...

White House: No second stimulus in future

The White House stressed on Thursday that no second economic stimulus package is being considered as part of new measures under review by President...

GOP’s uneven record on the Constitution

Republican Rep. Paul Broun of Georgia won his seat in Congress campaigning as a strict defender of the Constitution. He carries a copy in...

Ethics-challenged Waters still popular on home turf

Congressional ethics charges have tarnished Maxine Waters' reputation in Washington. But in the struggling, mostly Hispanic and black neighborhoods she represents, residents still hold...

Obama to voters: Cheer up, things could be worse

President Barack Obama, who rocketed to the White House promising "change you can believe in," is now telling voters they shouldn't change a thing. His...

Obama tries to refocus on jobs, economy

President Barack Obama launched a push on Friday ahead of congressional elections to refocus on economic recovery efforts that have been overshadowed by the...

More money woes for Marco Rubio

Republican Marco Rubio wants to be a Senator from Florida where he can -- among other things -- tackle the nation's economic problems. Turns out...