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  • Obama's Supreme Court: Stevens next?

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, who only recently celebrated his first appointment to the Supreme Court this summer, may see another opportunity soon. New speculation about the timing of the first-term president's second chance to shape the...
  • Taliban has 'momentum,' U.S. goal doable

     
    by Mark Silva After nearly eight years of war in Afghanistan, where the United States ousted the Taliban from power following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the U.S. secretary of defense says the Taliban "has the momentum'' now.......
  • Lost and found: Bush White House email

     
    by Mark Silva George W. Bush wasn't an e-mailer. But plenty of others in the Bush White House were. Two nonprofit groups that have been at odds with the White House over access to emails say they have reached an......
  • Economy threatens Democratic control

     
    by Mark Silva Anger among independent voters about the economy and the direction the nation is taking offer Republicans a significant opportunity to reclaim power in the 2010 midterm congressional elections, according to the results of a bipartisan...
  • Sarah Palin's overexposure: Necessary

     
    by Mark Silva There is such a thing as Northern exposure and Southern exposure, each casting different lights. And in politics, there is both good exposure and bad exposure, each shedding new light on the politicians. Sarah Palin effectively limited......
  • Health-care: 'Promise, disappointment'

     
    by Mark Silva With the Senate's 60-40 vote early this morning to move its health-care legislation to expected passage this week, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said the Senate had taken a "historic step'' toward delivering on the promise of......
  • Cheney's fifth heart attack: 'Mild'

     
    by Mark Silva Former Vice President Dick Cheney, who was admitted to a hospital overnight suffering from chest pains, has experienced a "mild heart attack,'' according to a spokesman. Tests on the former vice president, who was said to be......
  • Economy tops 2010 congressional ballot

     
    by Mark Silva The state of the economy will likely outweigh any other issues on the minds of voters in midterm congressional elections this fall which offer Republicans a significant opportunity to strengthen their hold on Congress, a new bipartisan......
  • Obama: 'Financial WMD's demand regs

     
    by Mark Silva Thumbing through the issues of a new poll portraying what a battleground the midterm congressional elections will be, Celinda Lake, the Democratic pollster on the bipartisan team that produced the poll, found her tongue slipping each time......
  • Did Justice Scalia go too far?

     
    by James Oliphant Justice Antonin Scalia is known for his strongly worded dissents, ones where he has never been hesitant to use confrontational and, some would say, even abusive language to make his point as clearly as possible. But some......
  • Did Clinton suffer from sexist media?

     
    by Frank James Did we in the media torpedo Sen. Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign through our allegedly rampant sexism? That's the question at the heart of a lengthy story this morning in the New York Times about criticism of the......
  • John Roberts' record defies '05 pledges

     
    By James Oliphant With his third term as chief justice coming to a close amid three explosive cases last week, John Roberts has proved to be almost everything conservatives hoped and liberals feared. Despite pledges during his 2005 confirmation hearing......