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  • Obama Keystone threat sets up veto battles on Republican agenda

    Obama Keystone threat sets up veto battles on Republican agenda
    Barack Obama has vetoed fewer bills than any U.S. president since James Garfield held the office for six months in 1881. With Republicans now in control of Congress, that'll probably change.
  • Arizona: First-rate journeys in the 48th state

    Arizona: First-rate journeys in the 48th state
    To get a modern-day perspective on the euphoria Arizonans felt on Feb. 14, 1912, when they were granted statehood, try to imagine the Cardinals winning the Super Bowl. Or the Diamondbacks winning the World Series. Or the Suns at long last nailing the...

    Lawmakers have tentative deal to avert government shutdown

    Lawmakers have tentative deal to avert government shutdown
    Weary of one last round of brinkmanship before the holidays, Congress reached a tentative deal late Thursday on a $1-trillion spending bill that would avert a government shutdown as both parties continued talks to extend President Obama's payroll tax...

    Durbin 'more positive' about getting debt ceiling deal

    Durbin 'more positive' about getting debt ceiling deal
    WASHINGTON — Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois, the No. 2 official in the Senate, said this morning that he was optimistic about ongoing negotiations toward a deal on raising the debt ceiling. "I have a much more positive feeling than I did 24 hours...

    A Republican leader goes his own way

    A Republican leader goes his own way
    Tennessee Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander caused a ripple on Capitol Hill last week by announcing he will drop out of his party's Senate leadership to pursue a more independent course, which would seem to be a break from the GOP's my-way-or-the-highway...