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By The Associated Press SAN DIEGO (AP) - Barack Obama said Saturday there is "little doubt we've moved into recession," underscoring the country's need for a second economic stimulus package, swift steps to shore up the housing market and a long-term energy policy to reduce reliance on foreign oil imports.
By JOHN E MULLIGAN; Sen John McCain Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has called on a bipartisan pair of Army veterans, Senators Jack Reed and Chuck Hagel, to accompany him to war-torn Iraq and Afghanistan.
By Joseph Morton, Omaha World-Herald, Neb. Jul. 13--WASHINGTON -- So far in this presidential election, Midlands residents are opening their wallets wider for Democrat Barack Obama than for Republican John McCain.
By Jake Thompson, Omaha World-Herald, Neb. Jan. 4--WASHINGTON -- No doubt about it, they're Bush men. The Republican senator and the Democratic senator with the best voting record supporting President Bush have something in common. They're both from Nebraska.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel, a frequent Republican critic of President George W. Bush's Iraq policy, said on Sunday it was irresponsible and wrong to send more U.S. troops to Baghdad. Speaking on the CBS show "Face the Nation," Hagel said pouring more U.S.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ratings agencies would have to give Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac additional scrutiny under a proposal that lawmakers will consider on Wednesday. Sen.
By John Poirier WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A senior Republican on the Senate Banking Committee said on Monday he wants hearings on how to protect investors in hedge funds now that the $1.3 trillion industry has freed itself from regulation by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Sen.
By Donna Smith WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A sweeping immigration law overhaul that would toughen border security and give millions of illegal immigrants a chance to earn U.S.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lawmakers should be able to reach a deal this year on immigration reform, despite sharp differences between the Senate and the House of Representatives, Republican senators said on Sunday. "It is my assessment that we can work out a middle-ground compromise," Sen.
By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush is expected to call on Monday night for several thousand National Guard troops to be deployed along the U.S.-Mexican border to support efforts to stem the flow of illegal immigrants, a U.S. official said.
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