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Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich have a singular mission: to win the Republican Party's presidential nomination and defeat President Obama next year. But in back-to-back speeches Friday at a gathering of conservative activists in Washington, the two Georgians took widely divergent approaches to spread their message.
Blood testing for human growth hormone is going nowhere fast in the NFL.
During the 2008 presidential election, Barack Obama promised to lead the most transparent administration in U.S. history. Unfortunately for the American people, he has failed to deliver on his promise.
The Senate on Thursday cleared a key procedural hurdle on a bill that would punish China for its currency valuation, setting up a final vote despite some Republican opposition and a lukewarm response from the White House.
The federal deficit reached $1.3 trillion for fiscal 2011, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
Palestinians have long been skeptical of America's ability to help them win independence. But low expectations have turned into frustration and in some cases outright anger after the U.S. threatened to derail a bid for U.N. recognition of an independent state and Congress put a hold on $200 million in badly needed aid.
President Obama challenged congressional Republicans to "think long and hard" before opposing his jobs-stimulus bill.
President Obama is running around the country trying to sell his plan to create jobs by raising income taxes. The idea draws cheers from liberals but boos from Republicans and even many Democrats on Capitol Hill who say we shouldn't be raising taxes on anyone, especially in a recession.
Palestinians have long been skeptical of America's ability to help them win independence.