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  • JPMorgan Executives Expected To Leave Over Loss: Sources

    JPMorgan Executives Expected To Leave Over Loss: Sources
    (Reuters) - Three executives involved with the failed hedging strategy that has left JPMorgan Chase & Co with a $2 billion trading loss and a tarnished reputation are expected to leave the bank this week, sources close to the matter said on Sunday. The...
  • Cain faces new claim of sexual misconduct

    Cain faces new claim of sexual misconduct
    Herman Cain faced a new claim of sexually inappropriate behavior Monday as a Chicago woman told reporters the former head of the National Restaurant Association groped her after a dinner together in 1997. Sharon Bialek, who worked at the restaurant...
  • Corbett: Expect more victims in the PSU sex abuse scandal

    Corbett: Expect more victims in the PSU sex abuse scandal
    The abuses in the Penn State sex abuse scandal could have been prevented according to Governor Tom Corbett. The governor says plenty of people missed the chance to help these kids in need. The past weekend, with no incidents at the football game and no...
  • Huntsman Drops Out of GOP Race, Endorses Mitt Romney

    Huntsman Drops Out of GOP Race, Endorses Mitt Romney
    MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina -- Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman withdrew from the Republican presidential race Monday and endorsed front-runner Mitt Romney, providing a potentially pivotal potential boost for the former Massachusetts governor. Huntsman...
  • White House sticking to contraception plan

    White House sticking to contraception plan
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will not make any more changes to the rule announced last week requiring health insurance plans to provide women with coverage for contraception, although U.S. Catholic bishops have said it violates the...
  • Mitt Romney Under Fire in Second New Hampshire Debate

    Mitt Romney Under Fire in Second New Hampshire Debate
    NEW HAMPSHIRE -- Front-runner Mitt Romney came under attack Sunday in the second Republican presidential debate in New Hampshire in two days, with rivals saying he would be unable to defeat President Barack Obama. In heated exchanges with former House...
  • Congress returns for session's last lag

    WASHINGTON — The ousted Republican-led Congress returns to the Capitol this week to try one last time to shorten a long legislative to-do list, while the just-elected members will vote for new leaders in races that could signal the direction the...
  • Tim Russert, 58; keen-minded NBC journalist brought blue-collar touch to political coverage

    Tim Russert, 58; keen-minded NBC journalist brought blue-collar touch to political coverage
    New York Tim Russert, the longest-serving moderator of NBC's "Meet the Press" and the lion of the Washington press corps, died of a sudden heart attack Friday. He was 58. Russert had returned early from a family trip to Italy and was working at NBC's...
  • Robert Novak dies at 78; syndicated columnist and TV commentator

    Robert Novak dies at 78; syndicated columnist and TV commentator
    Robert Novak, the longtime syndicated columnist and television commentator who was at the center of a furor late in his career as the first journalist to disclose the identity of CIA operative Valerie Plame, died Tuesday. He was 78. Novak died at home in...
  • Tim Russert: the details about what caused his death

    Tim Russert: the details about what caused his death
    WHEN TV journalist Tim Russert died June 13, it was heartbreaking news for his family, friends and fans. Chief of the Washington bureau of NBC News and longtime moderator of "Meet the Press," Russert was known for asking tough questions. He leaves two...
  • McPalin rattles Team Obama

    Barack Obama, a famous fan of pickup basketball, must recognize his plight: It's two on one now. John McCain drafted Gov. Sarah Palin, the star point guard from the Wasilla Warriors, to double-team Obama. (McCain's team doesn't care if no one covers Joe...
  • Jackson's Father Doubts Concert Stress Sickened Star

    Jackson's Father Doubts Concert Stress Sickened Star
    The father of Michael Jackson says he does not believe stress over the intense series of concerts the King of Pop planned for his comeback led to his death. Joe Jackson also said in an interview airing Sunday that he believes his son will be larger in...