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After all is said and done, taxpayers will make a $12 billion profit on the government's $45 billion bailout of Citigroup.
Facing a backlash from Democrats over the tax-cut deal he struck with the GOP, a fiery President Obama lashed out at members of his own party Tuesday, telling them not to let a partisan fight scuttle the chance to keep taxes low for middle-class Americans.
A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit aimed at preventing the United States from targeting U.S.-born anti-American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki for death.
Much has changed - both at home and in the region - in the nine years since we launched the war in Afghanistan. Recent appointments among military commanders, our own midterm elections and shifting tides, affiliations and goals among great powers with interests in the region justify our taking stock of where we stand to determine whether our continued struggle is worth the blood and treasure at risk.
As the dollar heads for the basement while the infla- tion beast hovers over America - and, in fact, the world - Glenn Beck warns of trying times ahead. Mr. Beck, author of "Broke: The Plan to Restore our Trust, Truth, and Treasure," foresees this metaphoric dark night.
While Wikileaks founder Julian Assange called for Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's resignation and made her life more difficult through release of about 250,000 stolen U.S. diplomatic cables, when it comes to the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, he has taken at least one item off her plate.
With Democrats balking at his compromise with Republicans, President Obama on Tuesday staunchly defended his decision to deal with the GOP in order to extend about-to-expire tax cuts for all Americans.
A significant number of Democrats are unhappy about President Obama's willingness to deal with Republicans on taxes. Many think that caving to GOP demands now will guarantee two more years of painful compromises, so they are demanding a showdown or perhaps even a smack-down.
President Obama scheduled a short-notice press conference Tuesday to sell a new tax cut compromise that makes big concessions to Republicans as the White House scurried to assuage angry Democrats.