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Oct. 13, WASHINGTON, D.C. - In a rare show of unity, the House and Senate approved three foreign trade agreements that have languished for years. The deals with South Korea, Colombia and Panama are expected to add $13 billion per year to U.S. exports...
|By Tim Krohn The Free Press, Mankato, Minn. -LE SUEUR, Minn., Oct. 20 — The EPA has steadfastly denied it was planning to regulate dust kicked up by farm machinery, but a group of farmers meeting with U.S. Rep. John Kline aren’t convinced...
With a growing number of states rebelling against the No Child Left Behind law and stalled efforts in Congress to reform it, the Obama administration says it will grant waivers to liberate states from a law that it considers dysfunctional. Education...
Nation NowThe Penn State child sex-abuse scandal has prompted calls for a Senate committee hearing on whether stronger laws are needed to protect children from child abuse and neglect....
ReporterThey've spread the gospel on horseback for years, retracing steps of a civil war minister. Today the John Kline Riders galloped in town to continue their mission at the Cloverdale Church of the Brethren in Botetourt County. They've traveled hundreds...
The Swampby Mark Silva As President Barack Obama prepares for a rare address to a joint session of Congress next week to focus his appeal for an overhaul of health care in America, Republicans are maintaining that "it is time to......
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The Swampby Mark Silva It's back to school for many American schoolchildren today, last week or next week, and it's back to basics today and this week for President Barack Obama. "If you quit on school, you're not just quitting on......
Tags: Government, Wetlands, Polls, Natural Resources, George H.W. Bush
Culture MonsterTen Republican senators have written to National Endowment for the Arts chairman Rocco Landesman, expressing concern that the Obama administration may have violated federal law by trying to use the agency for political purposes -- something the White...
The SwampPosted at 7 am EST, updated at 5:30 pm President Barack Obama closed a bipartisan summit on healthcare today the way he opened it, with a speech about how much the Democrats and Republicans actually agree upon -- or should......
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Top of the TicketThree Democrats and one Republican speak at the start of the healthcare summit....
The Swampby Mark Silva and Janet Hook first at 9:30 am EDT and updated. Delivering a hard-fought victory in President Barack Obama's year-long pursuit of a national healthcare overhaul, a divided House tonight narrowly approved legislation which both supporters...
Chuck Bednarik, former professional football player, Philadelphia Eagles. Stephen Vincent Benét, author. H.D., writer. Jonathan Frakes, actor. Peter Gruner, professional wrestler. Larry Holmes, former heavyweight boxing champ grew up, trained and...
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