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Democratic lawmakers in the U.S. Senate have proposed a bill that would increase the federal debt ceiling by $1.9 trillion to $14.3 trillion, and extend the Treasury’s borrowing authority into 2011.
On Sunday, President Obama spoke about healthcare reform from the church pulpit of the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church in Washington D.C., calling the impending bill a victory for "decency."
A major embarrassment may be brewing for the U.S. government as researchers have allegedly found evidence that NASA scientists manipulated data in order to claim that the year 2005 was the warmest year on record, KUSI-TV has reported.
Last Thursday, while discussing the situation in Haiti, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs reacted to public comments made by evangelical broadcaster Pat Robertson and conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, calling their remarks "stupid."
On Thursday, President Barack Obama will propose his plan to recoup the $117 billion spent on the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). A senior administration official has said that the president will call on Congress to tax the nation’s largest financial institutions to recover the debt.
Media speculation about Sarah Palin’s possible run for the White House in three years have been going on for months, but recent developments suggest other candidates may be emerging as well.
Although President Obama showed up in person over the weekend to support her candidacy for the U.S. senate, opinion polls persistently show Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is trailing her opponent in the run-up to the special election on Tuesday.
A win by Democrat Martha Coakley in today’s special election to fill the Senate seat left vacated by the death of Ted Kennedy will result in the loss of thousands of jobs in the healthcare industry, according to Americans for Tax Reform.
As the Tea Party movement prepares for its first national convention, Sarah Palin, who will deliver the keynote address during the event, has decided to allow press coverage of her appearance.
President Obama is reportedly planning to ask Congress for an additional $33 billion to fight wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to the Associated Press (AP). The request would push the Department of Defense (DOD) annual budget beyond $700 billion for the first time ever.