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Pres. Obama’s senior adviser David Plouffe made the Sunday morning show rounds, saying this and that and even had this dig about Fox News viewers while on FOX News Sunday with Chris Wallace.
WASHINGTON — The down-to-the-wire partisan struggle over cuts to this year’s federal budget has intensified concern in Washington, on Wall Street and among economists about the more consequential clash coming over increasing the government’s borrowing limit.
Despite improvement in the labor market, many workers are barely treading water as their wages fail to keep up with rising prices.
Katie Couric was chided by David Letterman this week for thinking of leaving her job as anchor of the CBS Evening News.
At least 30 people were feared dead and many more injured as Syria exploded in violence.
Oscar nominee Woody Harrelson is the latest high-profile actor to join HBO's "Game Change," a retelling of the 2008 presidential race based on the bestselling book.
The outlook for polygamy hasn’t been this good since Abraham took Keturah as his third wife.
Before ReelzChannel CEO Stan Hubbard bought the broadcast rights to the political hot potato known as “The Kennedys,” he watched all eight installments of the miniseries to settle the questions he needed to have answered.
Mitt Romney is the choice of nearly one in four of those who agree with the tenets of the tea party, according to a new Pew poll, a surprising result that suggests the former Massachusetts governor’s support heading into 2012 may be broader than previously assumed.
President Obama doesn't see any contradiction between his Nobel Peace Prize and his actions in Libya.
Deep divisions between allied forces currently bombing Libya worsened today as the German military announced it was pulling forces out of NATO over continued disagreement on who will lead the campaign.
The upheaval in the Middle East has added to the risks to the U.S. economy by causing global oil prices to surge.
President Obama reiterated Monday that he wants Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi gone, but stressed that the ongoing missile strikes in support of a no-fly zone are not meant to achieve that result.