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Sharron Angle's Post-Primary Media Debut

By Amy Gardner After weeks avoiding newspaper and television journalists not viewed as sympathetic, Sharron...

By Amy Gardner  |  June 29, 2010; 3:01 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (13)
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Filling Sen. Robert C. Byrd's Senate seat

With the death early Monday of Sen. Robert C. Byrd (D), West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin III (D) must select an interim replacement for a legend who many in the state and elsewhere consider one of a kind.

By by Paul Kane  |  June 28, 2010; 8:05 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (46)
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Obama talking up stimulus -- again

President Obama traveled to swing state Ohio Friday to showcase the stimulus measure he pushed through Congress 16 months ago -- a sign the administration is fretting over enduring criticism that the $787 billion package has failed to generate enough jobs.

By Scott Wilson  |  June 18, 2010; 12:57 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (87)
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Disgraced former Rep. Souder talks life after scandal

The evangelical magazine World goes Oprah over the question of how to keep a Congressional marriage healthy and gets former representative Mark Sounder of Indiana to talk about how he wound up having an affair.

By Web Politics Editor  |  June 16, 2010; 2:55 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
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Jet-set Dianne Feinstein gave colleagues a Christmas Eve lift

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) is the Senate's ultimate car pooler. When two of her colleagues were having trouble finding flights home for the holidays, Feinstein gave them last-minute lifts to the West Coast on her family's private jet.

By Paul Kane  |  June 16, 2010; 2:19 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (8)
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Defeated S.C. candidate Vic Rawl calls for investigation into Alvin Greene win

Retired judge Vic Rawl called for an investigation into the results of the South Carolina Democratic Senate primary and filed a formal protest of last week's election results with the South Carolina Democratic Party on Monday.

By Garance Franke-Ruta  |  June 14, 2010; 3:17 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (35)
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Obama Signs Major Land Conservation Law, Web Politics Editor , March 30, 2009
Coming This Spring: Health Care Forums in the States, Web Politics Editor , March 6, 2009
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TN: Long Lines, But No Big Hang-ups, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
OR: Turnout Likely to Surpass Nixon-Kennedy, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
NJ: Official Urges Patience, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
TX: Statewide Races Draw Interest, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
PA: Voting Unlikely to Need Extension, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
AZ: One Alleged Scuffle, But No Major Problems, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
MN: On Track to Shatter Records, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
TX: Turnout Predicted Up From '04, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
HI: Ballot of Obama's Grandmother Will Be Counted, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
OK: Confusion Among Eagles and Roosters, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
NE: 'We're a Small State, But We Vote', Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
FL: An 'Eerily Quiet' Record Day, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
NC: Most Voters Cast Ballots Before Noon, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
SD: Turnout Boosted by Time Off, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
IA: GOP Challenges Some Student Ballots, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
CO: Few Bottlenecks Thanks to Early Voting, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
In Pa., Man's Best Voter Fraud?, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
FL: Some Voters See Text Message Tricks, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
ND: Celebrity Sighting at the Polls, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
WA: Not Just Free Coffee and Donuts , Web Politics Editor , November 4, 2008
MS: Police Say Voters Not Pulled From Line, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
OK: Dems Hope to Beat Polls, If Not GOP, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
MT: High Interest and Lots of Early Voting, Web Politics Editor , November 4, 2008
KY: Laura Bush Makes a Campaign Cameo, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
NE: Voters Excited, But Not United, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
Heavy Turnout, Few Glitches in the South, Web Politics Editor , November 4, 2008
CO: McCain Says He Feels Momentum, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
MO: Voters Warned on Text Messages, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
AZ: High Turnout in McCain's Home State, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
Chicago Immigrants Rally Around Obama, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
CA: Poll Worker Passes Out, Votes Anyway, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
KS: Voting Has a Rock Show Vibe, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
S.C.: An Election Day Birthday?, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
WI: Balmy Skies in the Badger State, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
NM: Early Voting a Popular Choice , Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
NJ: Paper Ballots for Last-Minute Registrants, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
CT: Turnout North of 90 Percent, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
RI: Flawed Ballot, Suspicious Powder, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
OH: Dems Outnumber GOP in Key County, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
Record Turnout in Plains States, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
NY: Having it Both Ways in Buffalo, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
CA: Same-Sex Marriage Question Draws Voters, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
NH: Earliest Voters Pick Obama, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
MA: Obama Beats Kerry? Maybe in Turnout., Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
CA: Prop. 8 Weighs on Voters, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
W.V.: Sunny Skies and Problem-Free Voting, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
PA: Heavy Turnout and No Major Problems, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
NJ: Heavy Voting, Scattered Snags, Washington Post editors , November 4, 2008
 
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