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A bill in the Georgia legislature would reduce taxes on corporations to generate jobs but make up for the lost revenue in part by taxing nonprofit fundraising efforts, like Girl Scout cookie sales.
Tangled up in blue? Red? Let's just say tangled.
Evangelical leaders push to protect poor from budget cuts but face as much opposition from the faithful as they do from Congress.
He's not a household name. But Cain is trying to build a grassroots movement and tea party support for a possible bid for the White House in 2012.
A historian of the Solidarity trade union protest against Polish communism sees parallels in the struggle in Wisconsin.
Bachmann says she hasn't made a decision yet on whether to seek the GOP presidential nomination, but she is one of a long list of Republicans who are visiting this first-in-the-South primary state.
Competence did not turn Mike Dukakis into a charismatic presidential candidate. Will it work in 2012 for Indiana's Mitch Daniels?
The senators, taking cues from Obama's deficit commission, are expected to go public next month with a plan calling for across-the-board reductions in spending and changes to such sacred cows as Social Security.
Last week, the IRS agreed to allow 2010 taxes to reflect the costs of breast pumps and milk bags, which can run up to $1,000 a year for working moms.
Trump, who would run as a Republican, said he sees China as an "enemy," and if elected, said he would impose a 25 percent tax on all Chinese products coming into the U.S.
A Gallup poll asked about eight possible actions that Congress could take in 2011 and the two that got the biggest majorities across party lines were providing incentives to develop alternative energy and revamping the tax code.
When does a phrase belong to a politician? We are apparently witnessing a transfer of ownership when it comes to "winning the future."
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