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While farmers are struggling to get seeds in the ground and ranchers are moving livestock to pasture, Congress is stepping closer to piecing together the 2013 Farm Bill. Issues, some big and some small, still divide lawmakers and the process will take...
Milwaukee Journal SentinelThe following editorial appeared in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Wednesday, May 15: ___ The developing scandals involving the Internal Revenue Service and the Justice Department have this much in common: They reveal a rather stunning level of...
Extended stay homeless •Dennis, Newport News: Just read the Sunday paper, the story by Sarah about this lady and her six kids. Very nicely done. She covered everything you could possibly cover. I know there's going to be other installments, but I...
"Mirror, mirror, on the wall. Who's the most powerful woman of them all?" No doubt about it. Not Queen Elizabeth, Angela Merkel or Oprah Winfrey. The most powerful woman on the planet is former first lady, former senator from New York, former...
The Free Lance-Star, Fredericksburg, Va.A local DEA agent, blinded and nearly killed during a drug mission in Afghanistan, and the fellow agents who rescued him have been awarded the Congressional Badge of Bravery. In October 2011, Drug Enforcement Agency Special Agent Joseph Piersante of the...
Richmond Times-DispatchA measure that would allow employees in the private sector to take paid time off, or "comp time," for overtime accrued is slated for a vote this afternoon in the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill, one part of a package of legislation that House...
Two of the greatest ironies of living in the richest, strongest nation in the history of the world are how many poor people remain in 21st century America and how vulnerable-as the Boston bombings showed again-we are to evildoers. The two are not...
Pittsburgh Post-GazetteU.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, a Republican from Virginia, has stumbled upon a good idea. His idea has two parts: First, the federal government should stop footing part of the bill for the national conventions of the two major political...
Two of the greatest ironies of living in the richest, strongest nation in the history of the world are how many poor people remain in 21st century America and how vulnerable — as the Boston bombings showed again — we are to evildoers....
Star TribuneLandmark legislation to force online and mail-order retailers to collect sales tax on out-of-state purchases advanced toward Senate passage this week. Retail giants such as Minnesota-based Target and Best Buy have spent millions of dollars over the past...
U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock has opted to bypass a run for the Republican Illinois governor nomination and instead will seek a fourth term in Congress next year, a top aide said Thursday. Schock, 31, from Peoria, ultimately decided he could do more good...
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