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  • Pearl Harbor Day: Nation promises survivors it will never forget

     
    Pearl Harbor Day: Age is catching up with the survivors of Pearl Harbor. As their ranks continue to dwindle, some survivors fear that the nation may let down its guard or forget their sacrifices. On this 70th anniversary, the nation promised survivors...
  • Ted Stevens dies at 86; Alaska's U.S. senator for 40 years

    Ted Stevens dies at 86; Alaska's U.S. senator for 40 years
    Former Sen. Ted Stevens, 86, who died in a plane crash Monday, was a brusque political patron who dominated Alaska's transformation from wild frontier to modern state until he became entangled in corruption charges. Stevens was the longest-serving...
  • Consumer bill updates offer few clues

     
    by Amanda Erickson When a bill that would dramatically reform the nation's consumer safety system passed the Senate in March, it was hailed as benchmark legislation that would make toys safer for children. Three months later, lawmakers from both houses......
  • Ted Stevens, pork master

     
    by Frank James The good-government group Taxpayers for Common Sense has been all over the Sen. Ted Stevens story and has been providing very useful information about his almost superhuman ability to bring home the bacon to Alaskans. According to......
  • Reid to Stevens: No felon in Senate

     
    by Frank James I meant to get this one up earlier. Sen. Ted Stevens, who was recently convicted in federal court of failure to disclose gifts as required by federal law has his good friend, Democratic Sen. Daniel Inouye of......
  • Senate passes stimulus: 'A good start'

     
    by Janet Hook The Senate has voted 61-37 to pass an $838 billion tax-cut and spending bill to boost the economy. The measure now goes to conference with the House, which has passed a $819 billion version of the bill.......
  • Who Obama invited to his first White House state dinner instead of you

     
    And the official toasts by India's prime minister Manmohan Singh and Obama....
  • Hawaii's Republicans poised to take House seat long held by Democrats -- fluke or sign of things to come?

     
    Hawaii has long been known as a Democratic stronghold. Sure, Republican Linda Lingle served two terms as governor, to fairly good reviews. In 2006, she was reelected to a third term with 62% of the vote. Still, for most of......
  • An altered line of succession to President Obama: A new No. 3

     
    Another Hawaiian, Daniel Inouye, now enters the line of presidential succession....
  • Election to Byrd seat will be held in 2012

     
    by Mike Memoli West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant announced today that a special election to fill the Senate seat held by Robert Byrd will not be held until 2012, settling some initial confusion about when a permanent replacement......
  • How President Johnson was nearly assassinated too

     
    Gerald Blaine says he nearly shot the new president shortly after John Kennedy was shot and killed....