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  • Walsh: GOP leadership too afraid to fight in Washington

    Walsh: GOP leadership too afraid to fight in Washington
    Freshman Republican U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh used a convention of tea party activists Saturday to assail GOP leadership, contending House Speaker John Boehner is trying to quell dissent because of a mistaken fear that Americans believe Washington is...
  • President Obama returns to Chicago Jan. 11 to raise campaign cash

    President Obama returns to Chicago Jan. 11 to raise campaign cash
    With the political focus on the Republican presidential nomination early next month, President Barack Obama will return to his hometown on Jan. 11 to host a series of fundraisers, Democratic campaign aides said today. No details were immediately...
  • Victimized twice

    Victimized twice
    Victims of sexual harassment often remain in the shadows for one simple reason: fear. Fear of accusations becoming public, of having their entire lives scrutinized. Fear they may be judged uncharitably by people who don't know them. Examples of those...
  • Cornel West one of 19 arrested at Supreme Court

    Cornel West one of 19 arrested at Supreme Court
    Liberal professor Cornel West was one of 19 people arrested on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington on Sunday, according to the Associated Press, as part of the Occupy Wall Street movement. West, a former Harvard University professor now...
  • Ain't impressed with candidates' grammar

    Ain't impressed with candidates' grammar
    Some folks, like Newt Gingrich, read Gingrich's surge in the polls as a warm, if belated, embrace of his plan to balance the budget and get this country "back on track." Other folks might wonder if it's at least in part because the word "ain't" reads a...
  • Trustee: Media frenzy forced board's hand

    Trustee: Media frenzy forced board's hand
    Barely 24 hours after the Penn State board of trustees pledged to launch "a full and complete investigation" into the child sex abuse scandal engulfing the university's fabled football team, the school's president and legendary coach were out. Why did...
  • Scenes from the Republican's Florida party

    Scenes from the Republican's Florida party
    They came. They saw. They debated. For three days, the national spotlight of Republican politics shone on Orlando as the top 2012 GOP presidential contenders, and 3,500 pumped-up delegates, gathered at the Orange County Convention center for the...
  • Herman Cain first GOP candidate to get Secret Service detail

    Herman Cain first GOP candidate to get Secret Service detail
    Herman Cain will soon have a U.S. Secret Service security detail, the agency said Thursday, which would make him the first Republican presidential candidate with such a level of protection. By law, major presidential candidates and their spouses...
  • Republican candidates spent money to make money

    Republican candidates spent money to make money
    The huge infrastructure that President Obama is putting together for his reelection effort was already visible in the first few months of spending by his campaign, which doled out $10.5 million for a massive bricks-and-mortar operation based in Chicago....
  • Campaign finance reports underscore GOP disparities

    Campaign finance reports underscore GOP disparities
    The first look at the campaign finance activities of the 2012 White House contenders underscored not only President Obama's huge cash advantage over his rivals but also the wide disparities in the Republican field, setting the stage for an urgent money...
  • Financial filings show differences in Perry and Romney efforts

    Financial filings show differences in Perry and Romney efforts
    Neck-and-neck for the lead in the Republican money race, Gov. Rick Perry of Texas and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney fuel their campaigns by relying on big-dollar donors. But they diverge on spending, with Romney paying out far more than Perry...