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  • House Votes to Cut Funds From NPR

    House Votes to Cut Funds From NPR
    WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives passed legislation Thursday that would bar federal funding for National Public Radio -- a longtime target of conservatives irritated by what they consider the outlet's liberal bias. The bill passed 228-192 in...
  • Man Dies in Hospital Parking Lot Waiting for Ambulance

    Man Dies in Hospital Parking Lot Waiting for Ambulance
    PORTLAND, Ore. -- A man driving himself to an emergency room at night crashed his car in the hospital's parking garage, then had to wait for an ambulance to take him to the ER where he died early on Thursday, police said. A Portland Adventist Medical...
  • Senators Exclude End-of-Life Provision from Health Care Bill

    Senators Exclude End-of-Life Provision from Health Care Bill
    Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin refused to retreat from her debunked claim that a proposed health care overhaul would create "death panels," as the growing furor over end-of-life consultations forced a key group of senators to abandon the idea in their...
  • Oregon matters, and voters love it

     
    by Jim Tankersley From today's Chicago Tribune: PENDLETON, Ore. -- Three thousand people filed slowly into the warm-winded eastern Oregon twilight Sunday, left to wonder which was more improbable: that their rodeo town had just played host to a...
  • Bailout (of rum, arrows, race tracks)

     
    by Frank James What do rum, motorsport race tracks and wooden arrows used by kids all have in common? The financial markets bailout bill, that's what. Taxpayers for Common Sense has compiled a handy list of what it called the......
  • Twitters in Congress: 'Got it. Thx.'

     
    by James Oliphant John McCain has started Twittering. No, that's not a neurological disorder. He's fine. For a candidate famously mocked last year for not being able to use a computer, the man seems to have decided to ride the......
  • Palin vs. Obama: 'Death panel' debate

     
    by Mark Silva Sarah Palin, accusing the Democrats of creating government "death panels'' with "downright evil'' health-care reforms that will decide which elderly Americans live and which ones die, complains that President Barack Obama is making "light of...
  • Taxpayers may be able to claim Haiti relief donations on 2009 taxes

     
    Taxpayers who make donations for Haitian earthquake victims would be able to write off this charitable deduction when they file their 2009 taxes this spring, under a bill passed by the House Wednesday....
  • Home buyer tax credit might be extended for service members

    Home buyer tax credit might be extended for service members
    Will Congress extend the wildly popular $8,000 home buyer tax credit beyond its Dec. 1 expiration date? That's a question generating huge pressure on Capitol Hill from would-be buyers who haven't found the right house as well as from realty agents,...