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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says that if he were in Congressman Anthony Weiner's position, he'd resign. The president said Monday that what Weiner did in exchanging sexual messages over the Internet with several women was "highly...
CHICAGO (AP) — Children on public insurance are being denied treatment by doctors at much higher rates than those with private coverage, according to an undercover study that had researchers pose as parents of sick kids seeking an appointment with a...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Michele Bachmann, who is considering a run for the Republican presidential nomination, says she thinks the race can accommodate both her and Sarah Palin. Both women are favorites of the tea party movement. But Bachmann says...
Tags: New Hampshire, Politics, Republican Party, Washington, DC, Iowa
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A former organizer for the Ku Klux Klan says he is running as a Republican for Montana's representative in the U.S. House. John Abarr says he believes he will fare better than people might expect because of a backlash...
Tags: Primaries, Republican Party, Elections, Ku Klux Klan, Montana
WASHINGTON (AP) — Administration officials say President Barack Obama remains opposed to limits on damages in medical liability cases even though he responded favorably to a Republican lawmaker recommending legislation along those lines. Rep....
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND — It was much more than a matter of hearing footsteps. This was an out-and-out stampede. When the 11th-hour twitching and switching had finally subsided on national signing day last month, Notre Dame had a defensive end recruiting...
President Barack Obama found out years ago he had an Irish ancestor who fled the potato famine in Ireland in 1850. He can now claim 28 living relatives who also descended from that Irishman, including a Vietnam veteran, a school nurse and a displeased...
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans said Wednesday that a new government agency designed to protect consumers from problems with mortgages, credit cards and other lenders has too much power. They also criticized it for participating in a federal-...
Tags: Real Estate, Politics, Sean Duffy, Elections, Government
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels has asked President Barack Obama for aid to 39 counties for damage from this winter's severe weather. Daniels says Monday's request covers storms that happened Jan. 31-Feb. 4. He says officials may...
Tags: Politics, Mitch Daniels, Executive Branch, Elections, Indiana
WASHINGTON (AP) — NPR's interim president and CEO said Thursday that she had full confidence in the organization's leadership team and said those who think NPR's news coverage is biased would change their minds simply by listening to its...
Tags: Politics, Elections, NPR, Washington, DC, Vivian Schiller
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama smiled when he said his large ears and funny name once made him a target of school-yard harassment. But he was all seriousness Thursday when he told a White House conference on bullying that torment and...
Tags: Politics, Hawaii, Elections, Washington, DC, Arts and Culture
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — After two decades of debate about the risk of executing an innocent person, Illinois abolished the death penalty Wednesday, a decision that was certain to fuel renewed calls for other states to do the same. Gov. Pat Quinn,...
Tags: Justice System, Politics, Death Penalty, Crime Victims, Lawyers
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