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As if Arizona's immigration debate wasn't already hot, Sen. John McCain has ignited a barrage of criticism by saying that there is "substantial evidence" that illegal immigrants are partly responsible for wildfires in the state.
Rep. Ron Paul on Monday celebrated his victory in a Republican presidential straw poll, saying he has captured the imagination of people weary of U.S. military involvement in global conflicts and worried about the economy.
"The Bold and the Beautiful" won four trophies _ including drama series honors for the third consecutive year _ at the Daytime Emmys, which will have two fewer soap operas to celebrate next year.
"The Bold and the Beautiful" won four trophies — including drama-series honors for the third consecutive year — at the Daytime Emmys, which will have two fewer soap operas to celebrate next year.
In a recent interview, President Obama seemed to suggest his policies would have created more jobs if businesses had stopped finding ways to be more productive with fewer workers.
CBS News says Norah O'Donnell has been named its chief White House correspondent.
Business, academic and environmental leaders are stressing the importance of weather satellites in an era of tight federal budgets.
President Obama waded into the Rep. Anthony D. Weiner saga for the first time Monday, saying he would resign if he were the embattled New York Democrat.
After 14 years as the understudy, Ann Curry is in the big chair now at NBC's "Today" show.