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  • Senators to Iraq: Pick up more of tab

     
    by Frank James For months, members of Congress, especially but not only Democrats, have questioned why the Iraqi government doesn't spend more of its own billions in oil dollars (it has the world's third largest known oil reserves) on its......
  • Most U.S. firms avoided taxes: report

     
    by Frank James Here's some information that could easily become fodder for the presidential and congressional campaigns. The General Accountability Office, Congress's investigative agency, has a report out today that says most corporations didn't pay...
  • Pelosi's Ways and Means: Sander Levin

     
    by James Oliphant and Richard Simon In an untraditional twist, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said today that Rep. Sander Levin (D-Mich.) will replace Rep. Charles Rangel as acting chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee rather than Rep. Pete......
  • Goldman Sachs: One 's----y' deal

     
    by Mark Silva Sen. Carl Levin, pressing a Goldman Sachs trader about the sale of $600 million in questionable securities before the collapse of the nation's financial markets, asked how long he was engaged in pitching a product that a......
  • DADT deal hinges on Congress

     
    Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.), pictured earlier this month, is an architect of a deal that would repeal the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy. (AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) by Christi Parsons and Lisa Mascaro President Obama reached a deal with....
  • Obama to send troops to fortify border

     
    A Border Patrol truck travels along the newly constructed fence in March that stands between California and Mexico. (Getty/David McNew) by Ken Dilanian President Obama will send up to 1,200 additional National Guard troops -- and request $500 million........
  • McCain unsurprised by Powell Obama nod

     
    (AP Photo/FOX News Sunday, Gary Gardiner) by Frank James Sen. John McCain, appearing on Fox News Channel this morning, responded to Gen. Colin Powell's nationally televised endorsement this morning Sen. Barack Obama for president. Powell's was a coveted...
  • Petraeus: More troop reductions coming

     
    by Aamer Madhani Gen. David Petraeus, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, said today that he expects to recommend a further reduction in U.S. troop levels in Iraq this fall--before voters go to the polls in November. "My sense is......
  • Deal Near on Fla -- Panel May Punt Michigan

     
    The Clinton campaign is resigned to a Florida deal, backed by the state party and Barack Obama's surrogates, that would seat half its disputed delegation, giving Clinton a 19-delegate net gain, according to DNC sources and people from both......
  • RBC Saturday: Michigan

     
    Michigan is particularly tricky because, unlike Florida, only Hillary's name was on the ballot -- the only option was her, or "uncommitted." As with Florida, while 600,000 voted, many other Democrats either didn't bother to vote or voted in......
  • Carl Levin doesn't heart New Hampshire

     
    by Jill Zuckman An unrepentant and defiant Sen. Carl Levin had no apologies today for putting the Democratic Party in the mess it finds itself in. Levin called the primary process an "irrational system" as he spoke to the Democratic......