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The Swampby Mike Memoli The crowded field of candidates hoping to be Georgia's next governor will likely be narrowed down to a final four tonight, when votes are counted in the state's primary election. Both Republicans and Democrats expect that no......
Tags: Local Elections, California, Jerry Brown, Politics, Government
The Swampby Mark Silva The 2010 Census-takers won't be riding into town on Clydesdales, but the Census will take its place alongside the king of American beers on Super Bowl Sunday. In Super Bowl ads. The U.S. Census Bureau is paying......
From Bloomberg NewsDelta Air Lines Inc. and Northwest Airlines Corp., seeking U.S. government approval for a merger to form the world's largest carrier, will face lawmaker scrutiny on whether the deal will benefit consumers, workers and communities. The day after the...
The Swampby Frank James In the Senate, it nowadays apparently takes a self-appointed, biparitsan "gang" of senators to get past the partisan gridlock. For instance, there was the Gang of 14 group of senators who helped the Senate get beyond an......
The Swampby Frank James Arne Duncan's confirmation hearing to be the incoming Obama Administration's Education Secretary could have easily been confused for a lovefest. Or the peaceable kingdom with the lion laying down with the lamb. Because the atmosphere was...
Tags: Chicago Public Schools, Iowa, Dick Durbin, Wyoming, Steven Chu
The Swampby Mark Silva $900 billion and climbing. The economic stimulus package has clocked in with a new price tag in the Senate - more than $900 billion - with the addition of tax breaks for car-buyers and medical research. It......
Tags: Iowa, Dick Durbin, Health, Services and Shopping, State Budgets
The Swampby Peter Nicholas President Barack Obama has abruptly changed tactics in his bid to revive the economy, setting aside his bipartisan stance and pointedly blaming Republicans for demanding what he cast as discredited "piecemeal measures." Obama's...
Spin CycleAn addendum to set the record straight on some of our recent blogging on the subject of Chuck Schumer: 1. Last week, you may recall, Obama went off on Wall Street after a report from NYS Comptroller Tom DiNapoli......
Washington BureauRepublicans appeared certain to retain control of the U.S. Senate early Wednesday after pulling off key wins in the South, and they had the prospect of widening their current narrow margin by winning several Senate races that were still undecided....
Tags: Politics, Alaska, Iraq, Florida, Bill Clinton
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON — Republicans retained control of both the House and Senate in Tuesday's elections, extending their decade-long domination of Capitol Hill as they swept up victories across the South and unseated Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle of...
Tags: Heads of State, Barbara Boxer, Politics, Alaska, Government
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