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The United States and Europe are racing to avert or delay a looming showdown over Palestinian statehood at the United Nations that may crush already dim Mideast peace prospects.
A pair of prominent Democrats look to the airwaves Sunday to downplay talk that President Obama's chances of re-election were in serious trouble.
The Senate's second-ranking Democrat said Sunday the chamber isn't likely to vote on President Obama's new jobs plan until next month.
The Texas governor is under attack for telling the unpleasant truth. At the GOP debate in Florida on Monday, CNN's Wolf Blitzer asked presidential contender Rick Perry whether he was changing his tune after other Republicans and pundits slammed him for saying Social Security is a "Ponzi scheme." The Lone Star State chief executive stood his ground: "It has been called a Ponzi scheme by many people long before me."
Monday afternoon, just two months after the Fox News Channel's "Glenn Beck Program" went off the air, its controversial host began streaming online content from his new venture, GBTV.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Mitt Romney picked up Monday night where they left off in their last debate encounter, with the two GOP heavyweights engaging in a testy exchange over Social Security.
I lost my television debate virginity to Tom Braden, the old curmudgeon liberal counterpart to Pat Buchanan, on the original CNN "Crossfire" series. His first question was a haymaker: "Who the hell do you think you are passing judgment on journalists?" he snarled.
Take a breather, Iowa and New Hampshire.
Tea Party Express organizers describe the Republican debate in Tampa, Fla., on Monday night as a milestone — clear evidence that the grass-roots movement holds definitive sway over serious politics, despite critics who claim otherwise.