Did anyone really believe that the Chrysler and GM bankruptcy cases wouldn't create precedents?
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GOP seizes control of New York State Senate after two Democratic legislators help oust the Democratic majority leader during a vote on Monday.
NBC's Today show pokes fun at President Obama's teleprompter use.
Almost 400 Florida high school students defied the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), when they all stood up and recited the Lord's Prayer during their graduation ceremony.
President Obama's liberal base seems to be turning on him. The administration is continuing a Bush era policy that is not sitting well with some on the left.
Trying to slip past the weekend press deadlines, the Obama administration released a major policy shift regarding Jerusalem late Friday. The new approach is sure to please the Palestinians and their supporters.
Rasmusssen's Daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows President Obama's approval rating is dipping.
After taking the White House and having majorities in both the House and Senate, Democrats are finding it difficult to rally their own base since the close of the 2008 election.
MSNBC's Ed Schultz went off on another rant yesterday at Minnesota Radio AM950 Blue State Bash. He went after not only conservatives like Sarah Palin, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R - MN), and Sen. Jim Demint (R - S.C.), he also attacked Sen. Joe Lieberman (I - CT) and Sen. Max Baucus (D - MT). At 4:33 in the video, he goes after White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.