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  • Sharron Angle won't run for Congress this year, calling special election 'illegitimate'

    Calling the planned special election "illegitimate," Sharron Angle said Wednesday that she will not be a candidate in the September race to fill a vacant congressional seat in Nevada. After the state's governor called for the vote last month, Secretary...
  • Everyone into the pool: Rick Perry latest Republican to flirt with presidential campaign

    Everyone into the pool: Rick Perry latest Republican to flirt with presidential campaign
    Gov. Rick Perry of Texas on Friday said he's thinking more seriously about a presidential run, making him the latest in a growing roster of Republicans suddenly giving the 2012 campaign a look. Texas' longest-serving governor, Perry took office in 2000...
  • New half-naked photos: Rep. Weiner calls a news conference

    Rep. Anthony Weiner has called an afternoon news conference Monday amid a fresh round of sordid allegations involving the married congressman, including the release of a new set of photos that appear to show him posing shirtless. The website...
  • Anthony Weiner admits lying about online photos

    Anthony Weiner admits lying about online photos
    Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) admitted Monday that he had sent explicit photographs of himself to women online and apologized to his family and constituents for what he called a "hugely regrettable mistake." "I haven't told the truth. And I've done things...
  • Nancy Pelosi calls for Ethics Committee to investigate Rep. Anthony Weiner

    Nancy Pelosi calls for Ethics Committee to investigate Rep. Anthony Weiner
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has asked the House Ethics Committee to investigate Rep. Anthony Weiner after the New York congressman admitted to lying about explicit messages he sent women online. "I am deeply disappointed and saddened about this...
  • Factory-built homes have fast construction nailed down

    Factory-built homes have fast construction nailed down
    They are the Rodney Dangerfields of new housing; they get no respect. Often misnamed and misunderstood, they are the exception to the rule. But for homebuyers like Jamie and Andrew Kach, they make sense. Collectively called factory-built homes, they...
  • Ed Begley Jr.'s green-living tips

    Actor Ed Begley Jr. doesn't just talk the talk when it comes to environmental activism. Begley, the star of Plant Green network's "Living With Ed" and author of "Living Like Ed," is in the process of building a LEED-certified (Leadership in Energy and...
  • Rep. Anthony Weiner: I won't resign [Video]

    Rep. Anthony Weiner said again Thursday that he would not resign, despite pressure from his Democratic colleagues to do so. The New York Post released video of the New York congressman speaking with one of its reporters in midtown Manhattan, where he had...
  • Obama fundraisers hard at work

    Obama fundraisers hard at work
    President Obama has said he will have plenty of time to campaign for reelection in 2012, but his fledgling campaign team is wasting no time. Days after leaving his post as White House deputy chief of staff, campaign manager Jim Messina spent the last...
  • Large donors help fuel Mitt Romney's fundraising

    Large donors help fuel Mitt Romney's fundraising
    Mitt Romney headed into the third financial quarter of the year with $12.7 million cash on hand after raising $18.3 million in the past three months.  Romney relied heavily on large-dollar donors: Just 6% of individual contributions came in amounts of...
  • Dream Home: Malt House condo showcases couple's art collection

    Dream Home: Malt House condo showcases couple's art collection
    Like so many skeletons of Baltimore's industrial past, the brick and steel bones of sturdy buildings — devoid of innards — are found all along the harbor. Or maybe it should be said they were found along the harbor, since more and more of...