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The Swampby Mark Silva The Red River has risen again. And Dakotans and Minnesotans have risen to the occasion, President Barack Obama said today in a weekly address saluting a spirit of community service that arises at times of crisis such......
The Swampby Mark Silva When President Barack Obama chuckled at his own acknowledgement of how unpopular the federal government's bailout of the automobile industry is, his interviewer asked the president if he is "punch drunk.'' "I just wanna say that the......
WatchdogSome people study Sanskrit. Some study the Talmud. I prefer CBS' NCAA Tournament coverage maps. Friday's breakdown, with the percentage of the United States scheduled for each game both in "flexible" and "constant" markets: Early afternoon Stephen F....
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FAU Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsFINAL: FAU wins 7-3, bashing out 16 hits to end 3-game skid. ------------------------------------- Imagine trying to recruit to North Dakota State. Their first home game, scheduled for Wednesday, has already been canceled due to snow/field conditions....
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The Swampby James Oliphant Wyoming, with an economy marked by farming, ranching and small businesses, has a disproportionate number of people without medical insurance. And by that measures and others, its people are among the likely winners, if Congress...
Tags: Politics, Medicaid, Max Baucus, Health, National Government
The Swampby Mark Silva President Barack Obama has addressed a joint session of Congress on prime-time television. Obama has appeared on five Sunday news shows - "everything but the Food Channel,'' complains Sen. Kit Bond of Missouri. Obama has done the......
The Swampby Mark Silva The word today is that two senior Democratic members of the Senate are on their way out at year's end: Sen. Byron Dorgan of North Dakota announced his retirement on Tuesday, and Sen. Chris Dodd of Connecticut......
The Swampby Mark Silva The other Democratic senator who announced his retirement this week, Sen. Byron Dorgan of North Dakota, is leaving his party to a more competitive contest for the vacancy which he will leave at year's end. Dorgan talked......
The Swampby Mike Memoli In the busiest date yet on the mid-term calendar, voters in a dozen states head to the polls today for primary and runoff elections, some of which will be key in determining the state of play......
The Swampby Mike Memoli The dust has just barely settled, but Michael Steele is still chairman of the RNC. That's not to say Steele is safe. Just today, one state party chairman said he was leading an effort to unseat him.......
The Swampby Mark Silva Gasoline has passed $4 per gallon, on average - when first presented with the possibility that prices might reach that mark, at the end of February, President Bush said he "hadn't heard that.'' Now that everyone has......
The SwampBy Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar Medical researchers and politicians are tiptoeing into an area of health care that makes some Americans uncomfortable, even angry, and it has nothing to do with such hot-button issues as cloning and stem-cell research. This...
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