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How The Fiscal Cliff Would Hit The Economy

This week, President Obama will meet with congressional leaders to begin working out a deal to avert a budget calamity […]

Will Fact Checks Always Be Ignored By Politicians?

Just because there’s more fact checking, doesn’t mean there’s more truth telling. Given this, David Carr of The New York […]

Senate Win In Wis. A ‘Turning Point’ For Gay Rights

Wisconsin voters elected the nation’s first openly gay candidate to the U.S. Senate Tuesday. But Democratic Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin’s sexual […]

Veterans Deploy To Northeast After Superstorm Sandy

As thousands of volunteers help the victims of Superstorm Sandy in New York and New Jersey, military veterans are discovering […]

Saluting The Flag

On-air challenge: Sunday is Veterans Day, so we have a game of categories based on flags. Given some categories, for […]

Petraeus’ Fall As Stunning As The Career Before It

The resignation of CIA Director David Petraeus, a retired four-star general, brings to end one of the most storied careers […]

On Election Day, Romney’s Killer Whale Couldn’t Stay Afloat

It was called Project ORCA and the killer app was meant to be the Romney campaign’s “unprecedented and most technologically […]

Love To Hate Nickelback? Joke’s On You

Nickelback. The name itself is musical shorthand for everything music aficionados love to hate about modern rock. But with more […]

Gas Lines Evoke Memories Of Oil Crises In The 1970s

Gas lines in America may be rare, but they’re not unprecedented. The gas shortage in the Northeast, the result of […]

Republicans Scramble To Repair Breech With Hispanics

Paging Jeb Bush. Your party needs you. In the aftermath of Tuesday’s election losses, Republicans have been scrambling to formulate […]

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