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The Swampby Peter Nicholas It is a six-mile stretch of guardrail near a manufactured lake in a desolate patch of the Oklahoma Panhandle. There's little reason for anyone to visit. Weeds are overgrown; the lake bed is virtually dry. Yet repairing......
The Swampby Mark Silva "This is when it gets hard,'' President Barack Obama says, half way through 2009, with a sweeping accounting of actions taken in little more than five months in office. "This is when the criticism gets louder, when......
The Swampby Peter Nicholas President Obama suggested at a town hall event Wednesday night that one way to shave medical costs is to stop expensive and ultimately futile procedures performed on people who are about to die and don't stand to......
The TV ZoneYes, this is rather last minute, but it was just announced.... Here's some of the release... "With the sudden passing of Michael Jackson last week, millions of people around the world are paying their respects to the King of......
Tags: Health, CBS Corp., Katie Couric, Michael Jackson
The Swampby Mark Silva President Barack Obama, who will leave town on the July Fourth weekend for a summit of the Group of Eight in Italy and a quick trip to Ghana, will drop in on Pope Benedict XVI, Reuters is......
Tags: National Government, Health, Italy, Politics, Vatican City
KickingTiresBehemoth oil giant Exxon Mobile has announced that it will invest $600 million in producing liquid fuel from algae. It will spend $300 million on in-house research and partner with Synthetic Genomics, a biotechnology company founded by J. Craig Venter,......
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated with response This is what President Barack Obama wanted to talk about this week: Health care. The president was attempting to build a sense of momentum for reform, with the House promising a vote by......
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated President Barack Obama, attempting to spotlight several "agents of change,'' today announced that he will bestow the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the country's highest civilian honor, on a cast of living and deceased figures...
The Swampby Mark Silva While maintaining that husband Bill Clinton's journey to North Korea to secure the release of two American journalists was "a private mission,'' apart from any consideration of nuclear proliferation, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says...
Tags: Nuclear Policy, Health, Prisons, Wars and Interventions, Defense
The Swampby Mark Silva The $787-billion economic stimulus act that Congress approved in February at the urging of President Barack Obama has helped "change the trajectory'' of the nation's economy, White House economic adviser Christina Romer said today, and the...
The Swampby Mark Silva In a town where the notion of bipartisanship is a cliche that often finds little rooting in reality, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's career was remarkable for his success in crossing the aisle of a Senate that had......
The Swampby Mark Silva ` "Today we say goodbye to the youngest child of Rose and Joseph Kennedy,'' President Barack Obama said today at the public funeral for the last of the three Kennedy brothers who held or sought the presidency.......
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