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Congressional budget dickering went on into the night in Washington Sunday while the nation lurched ever closer to the so-called fiscal cliff.
A senior Republican accused President Barack Obama of wanting to take the United States over the "fiscal cliff" for political gain.
The political divide of the U.S. Congress remained the same after Election Day 2012, with Republicans controlling the House of Representatives and Democrats holding onto the Senate.
Republican U.S. vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin lacks foreign policy bona fides, said a supporter of Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama.
Hispanics are among the least prepared U.S. groups for the transition from analog to digital television, experts say.
A female running mate for Sen. John McCain? Maybe, but the candidates really only come down to one.
Three women could be viable choices as a running mate in U.S. Sen. John McCain's presidential bid, besides the men often mentioned, political observers say.
The United States should focus its energy efforts, in part, on renewable energy sources, Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., said Sunday.
U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, has taken what appeared to be another step toward running for governor in 2010, the Dallas Morning News says.