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A collection of news and information related to Republican Party published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo GETTY IMAGES)
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  • EPA chief's ovation (new) in Copenhagen

     
    by Jim Tankersley COPENHAGEN - The Obama administration launches a high-level charm offensive today here at the international climate treaty talks, as Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson kicks off a series of daily events by Cabinet...
  • Sarah Palin: Obama, boycott Copenhagen

     
    by Mark Silva and updated In the practice of preaching to the choir, Sarah Palin appears to have all but patented the art of saying what a few want to hear -- and it's an all-new tune now. Palin, who......
  • Obama: Massachusetts, agenda on line

     
    by James Oliphant and Mark Z. Barabak BOSTON -- President Obama made a rare campaign-style visit today in a last-ditch effort to salvage the flagging Senate bid of Democratic candidate Martha Coakley and preserve the Democrats' decisive 60-vote majority...
  • Obama to banks: 'Collecting every dime'

     
    by Mark Silva It was the "irresponsibility'' of the nation's big banks that created a credit crisis that "nearly pulled the entire economy into a second Great Depression,'' President Barack Obama says, and now it's their responsibilty to ensure that......
  • Massachusetts: Revolt of the middle

     
    by Mark Silva and updated A little over a year ago, President Barack Obama carried Massachusetts by about 25 percentage points in an election that signalled a readiness for "change '' -- yet about what one would expect from the......
  • White House: 'Frustration and anger' real

     
    by Mark Silva The White House, for now, is avoiding any post-mortem analysis of the special election in Massachusetts. And mortem could be the operative word, as it applies to the White House's agenda, if the vote goes the way......
  • Public supports Obama's war plan: Poll

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama's overall job-approval rating has registered somewhat higher than in other recent polls - 54 percent approval -- in a new Bloomberg News-sponsored poll released today. The president receives particularly higher ratings...
  • Axelrod to Boston's Brown: 'Hat's off'

     
    by Paul West President Barack Obama's top political advisor, David Axelrod, said today that if the White House had been asked earlier, more could have been done for embattled Democratic Senate candidate Martha Coakley in Massachusetts. Axelrod, in a...
  • White House: Calling all (Mass.) voters

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama is calling all Democrats to call on voters in Massachusetts to get out and vote for the party's Senate candidate today. "The choice could not be more stark, and the result could not be......
  • Massachusetts meltdown: Blame game

     
    by Mark Silva "Don't blame me, I'm from Massachusetts.'' For years, that was the bumper-sticker boast of the Bay State, the only state that voted for Democrat George McGovern for president in 1972, the year when Richard Nixon was swept......
  • Former President Bill Clinton stumps for Senator Ted Deutch

     
    Jack Shifrel of Coconut Creek, an area leader of the Broward Democratic Party, attended the Ted Deutch fundraiser featuring former President Bill Clinton. Clinton devoted most of his remarks to health care, Shifrel said, and also touched on the decline......