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(WASHINGTON) -- President Obama, in his weekly address, highlighted recent improvement in the economy, but expressed concern that "the gains of a growing economy aren't yet felt by everyone."Continuing his call for an increased minimum wage, Obama discussed the ways in which the government can help American women and working-class families get ahea...
(WASHINGTON) -- Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell gave the weekly Republican address this week, urging American voters to elect his fellow Republicans."A new Republican majority wouldn't mean we'd be able to get everything you want from Washington," McConnell admitted, "but it would mean we'd be able to bring the current legislative gridlock t...
(WASHINGTON) -- President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosted trick-or-treaters from 39 schools in Washington, Virginia and Maryland on Friday night, handing out candy, healthy snacks and other goodies.The president, who was not in costume, saluted one boy dressed as a Navy sailor, while Halloween-themed music played in the background, inclu...
(WASHINGTON) -- Attack ads are among the oldest tools in the political playbook -- and 2014 has seen its share.Here are seven of the most controversial ads of 2014:1. “Justice”Candidate: Wendy Davis, DemocratRace: Texas gubernatorial raceIn “Justice,” Democrat Wendy Davis uses a photo of an empty wheelchair to make a politic...
(NEW YORK) -- The Department of Health and Human Services released a report on Friday that showed Medicare paid for HIV medication for more than 100 patients who were already dead.The study was undertaken, the Office of the Inspector General said, because of "ongoing concerns about Medicare paying for drugs and services after a beneficiary has died...
(WASHINGTON) --  When President Obama walked into Gregg’s Restaurant and Pub in Providence, R.I., for a surprise lunch on Friday with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gina Raimondo, the devil was waiting.And so were a few Flintstones and a pirate.After meeting the restaurant’s owner, the aptly named Bob Bacon, the president heade...
(WASHINGTON) -- The Obama administration is giving an unprecedented number of political appointees top diplomatic positions, a move that has long frustrated career Foreign Service officials but has become a renewed point of contention this week with the departure of Deputy Secretary of State Bill Burns, the only career foreign service officer in th...
(WASHINGTON) -- As of Thursday, early voting had begun in every one of the 33 states (plus Washington, D.C.) that offer it.More than 12 million voters have so far cast their votes for the 2014 midterm elections, which is almost double the tally from last week. Why the big jump?A lot of it has to do with more states getting into their in-person earl...
(WASHINGTON) — You thought the battles over Obamacare were over after the nail-biting 2012 decision by the Supreme Court upholding a core provision of the law, right? Wrong.In fact, the justices are meeting behind closed doors Friday to discuss a different challenge to the law that could, ultimately, be fatal to the future of the Affordable C...
(NEW YORK) — President Obama has often been slammed by the GOP for spending more time on the golf course than he does trying to solve the nation's problems.However, a new critic has joined the mix but only to add his two cents about the president's golf game.Former NBA superstar Michael Jordan, now owner of the woeful Charlotte Hornets, was r...
(DETROIT) — Senator Rand Paul said Thursday, "The Republican Party brand sucks."The comment is extreme even for the Kentucky Republican who has complained publicly that his party has done a poor job trying to be more inclusive of those who traditionally vote for Democrats.During his visit to suburban Detroit, Paul, who is likely running for t...

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