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Grubman came under fire for his recommendations on the telecom sector, even as telecom stocks were sinking. Grubman was called before Congress ... means corporate profits are under pressure. It means ... read more

Was race damage a wheely big deal?

After the meeting, Mayor Bill Samaras was none too pleased with ... INCOMING MEMBERS of Congress, including the 3rd District's Lori Trahan and the 7th District's Ayanna Pressley, spent two days at a f... read more

'Hardball with Chris Matthews' for August 31

He‘s under tremendous political pressure from his party to get this story off the front pages before Congress comes back from ... Do you think a business should be able to fire someone because of thei... read more

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Navy lieutenant marries partner after DADT repeal; AFA protests Schweddy Balls ice cream

Thirty years after HIV was first identified, Congress has launched its first-ever bipartisan HIV/AIDS caucus ... an executive order that adds "sexual orientation" and "gender identity" as a protected ... read more


The Prime Minister and the Press

Not all of those reforms were done under Berlusconi, but they were, for the most part, endorsed by Berlusconi and pushed by his party. So that the criminal justice system, as a whole, is being ... in ... read more

Taxes Are Getting Weaponized for Partisan Purposes

Why wouldn't taxes follow? Too many Americans promote taxes as a means of hurting people they dislike, putting the raising of revenue as a secondary consideration—or dropping it entirely. Given the de... read more

Meet Rashida Tlaib, the soon-to-be congresswoman who got arrested at a protest this month like a true badass

I don’t care, Democrat or Republican—I’m being really clear—they live in a different, a very different world than the majority of Americans in our country. And Congress used to be that balance against ... read more

CNN INSIDE POLITICS

I will tell you why the president's fundraising trip here is stirring a corporate ... too close to Simon or his political problems. So as our senior White House correspondent John King reports, the da... read more

Report on the Impacts of the Renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement

The process is far from over and, under the terms of the fast track, as well as the Congressional schedule, any implementing legislation will not be voted on until sometime next year. We will continue ... read more

Why I want Bob Kerrey to lose

Kerrey is adamant about enacting a bipartisan debt-reduction deal like the one the [Gang of Six] has proposed. When I asked him why he thought he could achieve what others have failed, he said, “I’ve ... read more

Energy and science in America are in big, big trouble

Terrific. The latter, Joe Barton, is quite simply an embarrassment. He is most famous for apologizing to then BP President Tony Hayward for the government being mean to the oil company, after BP dumpe... read more

MTP Transcript for Oct. 29

Congress has a responsibility to the American people to oversight the executive branch of government. It shouldn’t be partisan. It should be bipartisan ... the corporate, corporate companies — and I d... read more



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