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Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has shown so much progress in her recovery from a bullet wound to the head that friends and family are making plans for her to attend the launch of her husband's space shuttle mission next month in Florida, a person close to the family told the Associated Press on Thursday.
Facing criticism from the nation's governors, President Obama on Monday said he's willing to give states much more leeway to opt out of key planks of last year's health care law — as long as they still meet his overall benchmarks of covering more people and controlling costs.
Time, like, flies, man. Seattle-based Medical Marijuana Delivery Systems has acquired the U.S. patent rights to the "Medical Marijuana Patch."
Sen. Scott Brown, Massachusetts Republican, has told a prosecutor he doesn't want to seek criminal charges against a camp counselor who he says sexually assaulted him 40 years ago on Cape Cod.
Some conservatives wonder: is Sen. Scott Brown "great," or should the party mutter, "Great Scott"?
The National Republican Trust spent nearly $100,000 last year to help Scott Brown win the U.S. Senate seat of the late Edward M. Kennedy, Massachusetts Democrat, but now the conservative political group wishes it had that money back to help kick Mr. Brown out of office.
Republican Sen. Scott Brown's autobiography isn't set for release until next month, but at least one buyer is already lining up to purchase lots of copies: the Scott Brown campaign.
Scott Brown ran for the Senate vowing to rein in government spending and cut the federal budget deficit. A year later, he is open to increasing the national debt limit so the government can both spend and borrow more.
Ayla Brown is going country.