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  • Republicans boycott climate-bill hearing

     
    by Alexander C. Hart Republicans today boycotted the start of a Senate hearing on climate-change legislation. The Republican members of the Environment and Public Works Committee are demanding a full Environmental Protection Agency analysis of the climate...
  • Health care: 2010 elections start here

     
    by Mark Silva With the Senate's 60-39 vote to proceed to debate, after Thanksgiving, on a health-care bill that the president is seeking by year's end, the debate of the 2010 midterm elections has been joined: For the Democrats, in......
  • Obama: 'Buzz saw' won't stop me

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, allowing that he has run into a "buzz saw,'' carried his pitch for economic revival, health-care and an agenda now threatened by political upheaval to battleground Ohio today. "We've gotten pretty far down the......
  • Obama's Ohio: Main Street, mean streets

     
    by Mark Silva and updated with speech Ohio may serve as President Barack Obama's "Main Street'' today, as he meets with workers, touts alternative energy as a job-creating engine and holds a town-hall styled session in Lorain County, but these......
  • Democrats launch war on Wall Street; Google search for Goldman Sachs & SEC nets Obama.com ad on reform

     
    In some ways, the civil fraud lawsuit lodged against Goldman Sachs on Friday for betting on a housing downturn was a calling card from Mary L. Schapiro, chairwoman of President Obama's Securities and Exchange Commission. Amid rumors of more...
  • Why the Senate climate bill is on life support

     
    Monday was to be a launch party for supporters of a congressional push to limit greenhouse gas emissions and boost domestic energy production. Sens. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.), Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) were to roll out their......
  • Cleveland: Where dreams go to die

     
    LeBron stars into the abyss and wonders. (Reuters/Adam Hunger) by James Oliphant It's Cleveland. Anyone who is fan of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers had to muttering those words, or likely a more profane variation of them, last night. Last......
  • Text: Obama on Wall Street, economic reform and the Senate's 'partisan minority'

     
    President Obama touts Wall Street reform legislation and the extension of jobless benefits in remarks on the economy Friday from the White House....
  • Why the election of a short-term replacement senator will matter

     
    Derided as silly, goofy and unnecessary, the special election to fill out the last two months of the seat now held by temporary Sen. Roland Burris stands to make at least some difference for the winner. Smart money says the......
  • Low Gas Tax Could Cost Drivers More

     
    Amid budget cutbacks, the deterioration of America???s roads, bridges and highways has accelerated to an alarming degree. The kicker, however, is that by forsaking the notion of raising the gas tax, car owners may end up costing themselves more money........
  • Obama's news conference: The economy, health costs, Israel, Afghans, GOP, mosque and, oh, the economy

     
    Full text of the Democratic president's 76-minute dialogue with the press, his first since May....