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Latest American Samoa Items
Congress soon will vote on raising the federal minimum wage to more than $10 per hour. Few realize that, from the perspective of many employers, the government has already done this.
The Senate on Friday approved a $60.4 billion emergency spending aid package for victims of Hurricane Sandy that had been backed by Senate Democrats.
American Samoa is banning shark fishing in its waters in hopes of stopping the population's decline.
President Obama and some congressional Democrats are united in their opposition to an increase in the minimum wage.
It's over, and Mitt Romney is going to be the GOP nominee for president. That's the growing consensus among Republican National Committee members who will automatically attend the party's national convention this summer and can support any candidate they choose.
Flush from two Southern victories, Rick Santorum held up his successes as proof that GOP front-runner Mitt Romney is a "fundamentally flawed" candidate. Romney chugged along raising and spending money for his effort to wrap up the nomination race as it spreads to far-flung contests in Puerto Rico, Illinois, Louisiana and beyond.
Mitt Romney extended his lead in delegates in the Republican presidential nomination fight this week, but his hopes of avoiding a contested convention dimmed slightly after third-place finishes in Tuesday night's two biggest contests.
President Obama came to see March Madness, but he also got lobbied by Republican Gov. John Kasich of Ohio on developing natural gas in the state.
Bolstering his claim that he's the strongest conservative in the Republican presidential field, Rick Santorum swept the Alabama and Mississippi primaries on Tuesday, sending a strong signal to Mitt Romney that the GOP front-runner still isn't connecting with a big chunk of the party's deeply conservative base.