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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...

Skeptical Muslims weigh in on mosque debate

American Muslims who support the proposed mosque and Islamic center near ground zero are facing skeptics within their own faith — those who argue...

The deadly gamble in Afghanistan

U.S. support for the 9-year Afghanistan war is slipping and the death toll is climbing. As the fighting intensifies, the Pentagon and White House are...

Wall Street pulling plug on donations to Democrats

A revolt among big donors on Wall Street is hurting fundraising for the Democrats' two congressional campaign committees, with contributions from the world's financial...

Obama under fire for tepid oil spill response

President Barack Obama's floundering Presidency is taking fire for its lackluster response to the massive Gulf oil spill as Democrats, Republicans and voters show...

Senate frontrunner lied about serving in Vietnam

Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, the acknowledged front runner for the Senate seat being vacated by Chris Dodd, lied repeatedly about serving in Vietnam. Blumenthal,...

Voters fed up with incumbents

A new poll shows American voters are fed up with Congressional incumbents and plan to vote for massive change in the structure of both...

Angry? Get over it. Finish the tea. Get to work

The always bombastic former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich predicted this week that the Tea Party will become the "militant wing" of the...

Obama says ‘nada’ to Clinton for Supreme Court

President Barack Obama's White House moved quickly Monday to quash speculation that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton could be his latest nominee the Supreme...

Threats continue to escalate against members of Congress

As public anger over hot-button issues like health care reaches a boiling point, threats against lawmakers continue to rise, prompting some to cancel public...