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CHICAGO (AP) — Can't get rid of that paunch?
CHICAGO (AP) — The newly Democratic nominee to replace disgraced former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. vowed to become a leader in the fight for federal gun control and directly challenged the National Rifle Association in her victory speech.
Congressional race showcases bitter fight over guns.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A snowstorm that blanketed parts of the Plains and Midwest in snow and ice and forced truckers to take a night off made commuting a grind Friday morning as it slowly moved to the north and east.
Large cities along the coasts are home to the most super-wealthy Americans.
Sen. Mark Kirk's stroke rehab demonstrates to the Republican Party why healthcare coverage is so important.
Making college more affordable may encourage undocumented students to finish high school.
From the beginning Romney has had two things going for him that the other candidates in the race did not: money and organization.
Romney took a huge lead over Santorum, but still faces vulnerabilities on the path to the GOP nomination.