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J Street, the liberal Middle East policy advocacy organization, on Sunday issued a statement acknowledging what the group had earlier denied: J Street received financial support from billionaire George Soros.
One of President Obama's top aides said Sunday that the White House will figure out a way to get middle-class tax cuts extended after the election. Meanwhile, the second-ranking House Democratic leader echoed that statement, saying the House probably won't vote this week on the tax cuts and will deal instead with the issue after Nov. 2.
President Obama's top political adviser says White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is really drawn to the idea of running for Chicago mayor.
President Obama on Friday condemned Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's suggestion that the U.S. orchestrated the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, calling the remark "inexcusable" and out-of-step with the Iranian people.
The commander of the military's computer operations says the government should create a "secure zone" for federal agencies, financial networks and critical infrastructure.
The U.S. military lacks full authority to defend the nation from a major cyber-attack aimed at crippling vital computer networks in the civilian sector, the general in charge of the new U.S. Cyber Command told lawmakers Thursday.
House Republicans on Thursday promised to cancel unspent stimulus funds, stop suspected terrorists from being tried in civilian courts, cut lawmakers' own budgets and impose a hiring freeze on civilian federal workers if Americans vote for the GOP in November.
Jacob "Jack" Lew, President Obama's nominee to oversee the federal budget, is defending his nearly $1 million bonus from Citigroup last year even as his former employer took a massive taxpayer bailout.
For a few glorious moments, the "Pledge to America" soared unsullied in the sunshine before plummeting to earth, to be pawed at and snarled over by predators from several camps.