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Latest Bart Stupak Items
BP's top executive told Congress on Thursday that he was "deeply sorry" for his company's massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, although he said it could take until August to stop the gusher of oil that has caused devastating economic and environmental damage.
Republican candidate Dino Rossi now leads incumbent Sen. Patty Murray, a Democrat, in the Senate race in Washington, according to a poll released Monday by the University of Washington.
UPDATED: A key safety device known as the blowout preventer used in the BP oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico had a hydraulic leak and other problems that likely prevented it from working as designed, congressional investigators said Wednesday.
Rep. Bart Stupak, the Michigan Democrat who led a months-long battle with President Obama and his party's leaders over abortion language before ultimately supporting their health care bill, said Friday he won't seek re-election this year.
Looking to break out of the pack of Republicans vying to unseat Rep. Bart Stupak in this year's election, Daniel J. "Dan" Benishek set a fundraising goal of $219,000 this month — $1,000 for every vote House Democrats cast for the health care bill.
President Obama on Wednesday signed an executive order designed to ensure that no federal money can be used for elective abortions under the nation's new health care legislation.
UPDATED: Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood told Toyota owners Wednesday they should stop driving their vehicles, then quickly took back his words, adding to confusion over the safety of millions of recalled cars.
The nation's biological surveillance system is "falling short" of its goals some three years after President Bush ordered the Department of Homeland Security to consolidate biological threats uncovered by agencies like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention into a central early-warning system, a new report found.
The Food and Drug Administration has suspended its plan to cut half its laboratories until a new Cabinet-level panel finishes its review of ways to ensure the safety of imports, FDA Commissioner Andrew C. von Eschenbach said yesterday.