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The Swampby Mark Silva Add another voice to the chorus of Republicans who hope that President Barack Obama's "liberal'' agenda "fails:'' Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts who sought the Republican Party's presidential nomination last year, made his...
The Swampby Mark Silva "All right,'' President Barack Obama said after his six-minute opening statement at last night's prime-time White House news conference, "With that, let me take some questions. And I've got a list here.'' The president proceeded to work........
The Swampby Frank James 9:05 pm -- The press conference is over, not having gone the full hour. Obama didn't make any news either way. There won't be any new controversies coming out of this press conference, which is the first......
The Swampby Frank James Listening to congressional testimony is among the best ways to learn about programs that don't get a lot of attention. Example: yesterday Gen. David Petraeus, commander in chief of Central Command, was asked about an effort in......
Tags: David Petraeus, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Agriculture, Ben Nelson
The Swampby Mark Silva For all the supposed furor over President Barack Obama's May 17 commencement address at the University of Notre Dame, a Catholic school playing host to and conferring an honorary degree upon an abortion-rights-supporting president, most...
The Swampby John McCormick and Manya A. Brachear SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- President Barack Obama and a bitter debate over morality will collide under the University of Notre Dame's iconic Golden Dome when he arrives here this afternoon for a highly......
The Swampby Mark Silva President Barack Obama today will promise to deliver more than 600,000 new jobs this summer with accelerated spending of some of the $787-billion economic stimulus that Congress approved at his urging earlier this year. The promised boost......
Maryland WeatherA fungal grain infestation caused by last spring's wet weather in Maryland was bad enough to earn a federal agricultural disaster declaration for 10 Maryland counties. U.S. Agriculture Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack approved the state's request for aid in a....
KickingTiresIt's safe to say a green revolution is sweeping the U.S., and it's even spread to the rarified air of the full-size luxury segment with the likes of the Lexus LS 600h L sedan. For 2010, that model is joined......
The Swampby Mark Silva It was the "irresponsibility'' of the nation's big banks that created a credit crisis that "nearly pulled the entire economy into a second Great Depression,'' President Barack Obama says, and now it's their responsibilty to ensure that......
The Swampby James Oliphant Cautionary tale for all you ambitious politicos out there: Don't switch parties unless you are convinced it's the only way to win. On Tuesday night, Rep. Parker Griffith of Alabama, who jumped from the Democratic Party to......
The Swampby Janet Hook and Kathleen Hennessey Amid a volatile election cycle dominated by the disgruntled voter, incumbent politicians shared a brief moment of hope as they watched some of their own escape career-ending losses. It was very brief. The results......
Tags: Death, Georgia, Referenda, Voting, Blanche Lincoln
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