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Two candidates the National Republican Senatorial Committee has recruited for 2010 are at odds with the anti-stimulus opposition being put forth by the Republican National Committee.
The unions may be losing Democrats in pursuit for their number one legislative priority, but they say one powerful ally remains on their side: God.
Another 2010 swing state Democrat is backtracking on a bill, coined “card check” by opponents, to make it easier for unions to organize workplaces.
The National Park Service says gays and lesbians have been neglected by a lack of historic landmarks and trails to honor their struggle for equal rights, according to advance testimony to Congress.
Sarah Palin’s most ardent supporters are keeping the door wide open to future political ambitions, despite her abrupt resignation as Alaskan governor in the aftermath of her tumultuous bid as vice president on the GOP’s 2008 presidential ticket.
Alaskan Governor and GOP 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin may be nice looking, but she sure wasn’t a very good candidate is the bottom line of Vanity Fair’s 9,920-word profile about her released Tuesday.
After losing the majority of women to the Democrats in the 2008 election, the Republican National Committee is making a new effort to attract more women to the party for the 2010 elections.
An email about the meeting sent from Rep. Jack Kingston's office was obtained by the Washington Times from a disgrunteld GOP staffer who questioned why any Republican would seek Dr. Adam's advice.
Business groups are daring President Barack Obama to impose pay caps on labor union bosses in light of indications that the White House may limit how much corporate executives can be paid.
The leader of Canada's New Democrat Party Jack Layton linked the future of his country's universal health care system to President Obama’s public health care program in a Washington speech Wednesday.
Canadian Democrats supportive of their country’s universal health care program are soliciting donations to send their leader to Washington to meet with “Obama Democrats” to strategize about implementing a similar system.
The goverment spent more than $300,000 on a promotional photo blunder that featured Air Force One flying over New York City but ended up up scaring New Yorkers of another 9/11 attack.
A 52-year-old Oklahoma City man was arrested on tax day for threatening to kill people attending a taxpayer tea party protest at the state Capitol.
Mercedez Marquez, a woman President Obama has appointed to a prominent federal housing position, is being mocked by conservative bloggers for paying a Zen buddhist priest thousands of dollars for training at the Los Angeles Housing Department.
Mercedes Marquez, a woman President Obama has appointed to a prominent federal housing position, is being mocked by conservative bloggers for paying a Zen buddhist priest thousands of dollars for training at the Los Angeles Housing Department.