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Democrats are only four seats away from losing control of the Senate to Republicans in 2012, Vice President Biden warned supporters in a online appeal for donations Tuesday.
Clinton made it perfectly clear once again: She's through with politics after next year and intends to return to private life.
She kicked off her campaign for one of state's four U.S. House seats on Wednesday with a video of her seated at a kitchen table and lamenting the national debt.
Here are the lyrics from every parody performed this weekend at the Gridiron dinner by nearly 100 journalists and a handful of vocally-blessed ringers with truly great voices.
With the 2012 elections in mind, several groups see an opportunity in the upcoming redistricting and are gearing up to recruit and train women candidates.
It will take years to sort out the winners and losers in Wisconsin in the aftermath of the bitter struggle to limit the collective bargaining rights of public employee unions.
The field of conservative 2012 presidential hopefuls is crowded. To stay in the game, Palin may have to split from the GOP and go rogue. It wouldn't be the first time.
The clout of social conservatives in Iowa is a dilemma for GOP prospects who would rather focus on economic issues that are of broad national concern.
Without a national consensus, there is no way to cross the Red Sea of the deficit. A presidential campaign remains the best way to create such a political consensus.
In an interview with BBC News, Chuck Heath said a man recently sent he and his wife photocopies of a receipt for a gun he bought, along with with a photocopy of a one-way ticket to Alaska.
A Democrat, Perdue vetoed legislation passed by the GOP-controlled state legislature that challenges a provision that would require the purchase of health insurance.
Poll shows Michelle Obama and Bill Clinton top the list of those who get the "warmest" reactions while Sarah Palin and Nancy Pelosi get the "coldest."
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