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2009-04-16 14:46:55

A U.S. toymaker says President Barack Obama is a worthy addition to his line of action figures because he took the world by storm. He went from no one knowing who he was to being president, Emil Vicale, president of HeroBuilders.com, told Britain's Independent Television News.

2009-04-06 14:37:18

A Chicago-based comic book publisher's latest offering recasts U.S.

2009-03-28 11:22:44

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2009-03-27 07:00:00

President Barack Obama held a precedent-setting virtual town hall meeting at the White House on Thursday, responding to questions sent in by online readers and White House attendees on a wide variety of topics from universal health care to jobs, education, the auto industry, and the legalization of marijuana.

2009-03-11 21:55:00

The 18-year-old daughter of former US vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has broken up with the father of her 2-month-old son, People.com said.

2009-03-01 22:45:00

Socialist has apparently arrived as a favorite negative term for conservatives to use in describing political opponents, The New York Times said Sunday.

2009-02-25 06:21:00

WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Missouri Congressman Roy Blunt tonight issued the following statement after President Barack Obama's first address to Congress: "President Obama's first address was a historic milestone for our nation and his presidency.

2009-02-24 18:22:00

The Hard Hitting Documentary Exposes Unprecedented Mainstream Media Bias in the 2008 Presidential Election LOS ANGELES, Feb.

2009-02-19 09:00:00

Respondents show cautious optimism that "Obama Effect" will result in better coverage of racial issues in U.S. newsrooms WASHINGTON, Feb.

2009-02-11 15:28:00

Think Tank Experts to Explore if Excessive Spending and Borrowing Could Impact Future Health Care Coverage WASHINGTON, Feb.

Word of the Day
  • To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
  • An illusion; a trick; a cheat.
The word 'begunk' may come from a nasalised variant of Scots begeck ("to deceive, disappoint"), equivalent to be- +‎ geck.