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  • John Boehner: Health-care 'reset button'

     
    by Mark Silva Six weeks from now, the way the White House sees it, there will be a health-care bill. Six weeks from now, the way Republicans see it, they'll be back to square one on reform. Peter Orszag, the......
  • Kennedy replacement coming: Senate

     
    by Mark Silva Ted Kennedy is gone, but one of his dying wishes is coming true: The governor of Massachusetts will get to appoint a temporary replacement for the late, longtime Democratic "lion'' of the Senate who passed away this......
  • Paul Kirk 'superb steward:' Kennedy seat

     
    by Mark Silva The governor of Massachusetts today named Paul Kirk Jr., a former Democratic National Committee chairman and close friend and former aide of the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, to serve as a temporary replacement for the deceased......
  • Obama presides: U.N. nuclear resolution

     
    by Christi Parsons NEW YORK - The United Nations Security Council approved a nuclear nonproliferation resolution this morning, granting President Obama an early, first step toward his ultimate goal of eliminating nuclear weapons. The vote was the result...
  • Joe Wilson action figure: 'You lie'

     
    by Mark Silva We were saving this one for a slow afternoon: New, in time for Christmas stockings: Joe Wilson, the action figure. The talking doll delivers an infamous line: "You lie.'' The action figure molded in the likeness of......
  • Obama's vacation: Links, books, security

     
    SEE A PHOTO GALLERY OF PRESIDENTIAL VACATIONS By Christi Parsons and updated at 1 pm EDT OAK BLUFFS, Mass. -- It's just your average vacation schedule - a little reading, a little tennis and golf, a little briefing from the......
  • Palin: 'Common-sense conservative'

     
    by Mark Silva Sarah Palin had told the sponsors of her speech to investors in Hong Kong today that she'd have to give a different sort of speech if the media, which is always "making things up,'' were allowed into......
  • Mexicans: 1 in 3 would come to the U.S.

     
    by Mark Silva Here's some fodder for critics who worry that illegal immigrants stand to benefit from the health-care overhaul that President Obama is attempting to push through Congress: One in three Mexicans say they would come to the United......
  • Kennedy successor: Kirk, friend, adviser

     
    by Mark Silva The governor of Massachusetts this morning plans to appoint Paul Kirk, a former Democratic National Committee chairman and close friend and former aide of the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, to serve as a temporary replacement for......
  • Chavez: Two Obamas, war and peace

     
    by Mark Silva Hugo Chavez, the president of Venezuela, says he likes one of the President Barack Obamas whom he sees. "We have an Obama that talked about peace,'' Chavez said, in an interview aired tonight on CNN's Larry King......
  • Obama to U.N.: U.S. alone can't solve all

     
    by Christi Parsons NEW YORK -- In a sweeping call for international cooperation, President Obama this morning challenged world leaders to set aside "an almost reflexive anti-Americanism" and work together with him and other nations on common goals such...