Politics

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Apr. 07, 2009
A federal judge dismissed the corruption conviction of former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens on Tuesday and took the rare and serious step of opening a criminal investigation into prosecutors who mishandled the case.
Apr. 07, 2009
Al Franken widened his lead to 312 votes.
Apr. 07, 2009
The governor’s plan would give more immediate funding to the University.
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Apr. 07, 2009
A total of 4,265 U.S. troops have lost their lives in Iraq since March 2003, and Obama said American forces had "performed brilliantly ... under enormous strain."
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  • Associated Press
Apr. 06, 2009
Apr. 06, 2009
The bill is smaller than bill passed by the Senate in March.
Apr. 05, 2009
Pros and cons make the current form difficult to renovate.
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Apr. 05, 2009
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Apr. 05, 2009
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  • Associated Press
Apr. 03, 2009
However, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said Friday the central bank's strategy to ease the financial crisis is working.
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  • Associated Press
Apr. 03, 2009
In return, he's hoping for European popular support in the anti-terror fight in Afghanistan.
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  • Associated Press
Apr. 02, 2009
If confirmed by the Senate, he will take the helm less than a year before the decennial count.
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Apr. 02, 2009
The measure, passed 298-112, gives the Food and Drug Administration authority to regulate — but not ban — cigarettes and other tobacco products.
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Apr. 02, 2009
The president called the meeting a "turning point in our pursuit of global economic recovery."
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  • Associated Press
Apr. 02, 2009
He spoke shortly after G-20 leaders pledged an additional $1.1 trillion in financing to the International Monetary Fund.
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