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Study Says Tea Party Members Share Cultural Characteristics
Who, or what, exactly, is the Tea Party? What are its cultural characteristics? Is it a new cultural ...
August 22, 2011
White House Changes Deportation Policy
In a significant shift in immigration policy, the Obama administration announced on Thursday, Aug. 18, a plan to ...
August 21, 2011
Obama Says Syria’s Assad Must Leave
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today, for the first time, called upon Syrian President ...
August 18, 2011
Congressional Debt-Reduction Committee Faces Challenges
After the final members of the congressional debt committee were announced last week, the committee now turns to ...
August 17, 2011
President Obama Launches Rural Midwest Bus Tour
President Barack Obama kicked off his “Rural Tour 2011” on Monday with town hall events in Cannon Falls, ...
August 16, 2011
President Says Create Jobs, Finish Trade Deals
After of a wild week in the stock market, President Barack Obama over the weekend spoke of jobs ...
August 14, 2011
Defense Industry Faces Pressure from Budget Cuts
While the country's weak economic recovery refuses to show any sign of significant improvement, many marginalized Americans continue ...
August 11, 2011
President Obama Hits the Big 5-0
President Barack Obama celebrated his 50th birthday with friends and family on Thursday, hosting a low-profile private party ...
August 4, 2011
FAA Operations Still in Limbo
WASHINGTON—Lost amid the debt-ceiling drama on Capitol Hill, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is still left without a ...
August 3, 2011
Dempsey Confirmed as New Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Before recessing this week, the Senate, by voice vote, confirmed U.S. Army Gen. Martin Dempsey to serve as ...
August 3, 2011
Senate Passes Debt Deal
The Senate voted 74—26 this afternoon to pass the new compromise debt-reduction bill, known as the Budget Control ...
August 2, 2011
House Votes 269—161 for Debt-Reduction Bill
A day after President Barack Obama announced to the nation that leaders from both parties had achieved a ...
August 1, 2011
Eleventh-Hour Debt Deal Reached
A deal to raise the U.S. debt ceiling and avoid government default was announced by President Barack Obama ...
July 31, 2011
House GOP Leadership Delays Debt Plan Vote
The GOP leadership of the House of Representatives on Thursday, July 28, decided to postpone a vote on ...
July 28, 2011
Boehner Plan Gains Support from House Republicans
House Speaker John Boehner's debt-reduction plan appeared to be gaining support among House Republicans as the United States ...
July 27, 2011
Obama Cancels Fundraiser Appearances Amid Debt Impasse
With the need for a solution to the debt-ceiling impasse becoming more urgent by the hour, President Barack ...
July 26, 2011
Boehner Offers Two-Stage Solution After Debt Talks Collapse
Boehner seemed increasingly pessimistic that President Barack Obama's dream of a “grand bargain” deal could be achieved and ...
July 25, 2011
Obama and Boehner Nearing New Debt Deal
The new plan is said to cut the federal budget deficit by $3 trillion over the next 10 ...
July 21, 2011
Consumer Protection Agency to Launch Thursday
The United States Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)—which came out of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer ...
July 20, 2011
President Praises ‘Gang of Six’ Deficit Plan
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama and many senators appeared to be supportive of a new debt reduction plan.
July 19, 2011
House Republicans Press On With Balanced-Budget Amendment
House Republicans reaffirmed their commitment on Monday to introduce a proposal requiring Congress to approve a balanced-budget amendment ...
July 18, 2011
On Capitol Hill, Game of Political Chicken Continues Over Debt Limit
Over the weekend, Speaker of the House John Boehner maintained that his party could not agree to President ...
July 13, 2011
Bipartisan Study Warns of Debt Limit Stalemate
As the two parties in Congress continue wrangling over the budgetary future of the country, it is important ...
July 13, 2011
Obama, Republicans Restart Debt Negotiations
Restarting the debt limit budget talks for the first time since they broke down about two weeks ago, ...
July 7, 2011
Obama Stresses Substantive, Balanced Budget Deal
Giving a short speech to reporters on Tuesday, President Barack Obama voiced his belief that any budget compromise ...
July 6, 2011
Minnesota Government Shutdown Continues
Tuesday marked the fifth day of the Minnesota state government shutdown, as a limited array of government services ...
July 5, 2011
Arkansas Marines Bond With Afghans Through Cultural Similarities
Two United States Marines serving in Afghanistan have not only forged a bond with each other, but also ...
July 4, 2011
New York Times’ 8-Month-Long ‘Investigation’ of The Epoch Times: Light on Facts, Heavy on Bias
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US Says Humanitarian Ceasefire to Take Effect on Monday in Nagorno-Karabakh
Red States’ Economies Fare Better Amid CCP Virus, Unemployment Data Indicates
Pelosi Says She Will Run for Speaker If Democrats Retain House
Nevada Republicans Ask Court to Pause Las Vegas-Area Ballot Counting
Senate Advances Barrett’s Nomination; Final Vote Expected Oct. 26
Biden Pressed on ‘Transition’ Away From Oil in Pennsylvania TV Interviews
City in China’s Xinjiang Begins Mass COVID-19 Testing Following Latest Outbreak
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5 Pence Aides Test Positive for CCP Virus, White House Says
Biden: ‘It’s Crass’ to Go After Son Hunter During Campaign