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Privatization plan hits turbulence; supporters still upbeat
A proposal that would turn the nation's air traffic control operations over to a non-profit corporation has hit some turbulence in the House
One Day Out: Good Morning Iowa
Good morning from Des Moines. We are ONE day out from the Iowa caucuses. Thanks to the other morning notes that this takes much of its inspiration from. We love all the suggestions and tips we have received since we started…and all our new readers! ...
Will Confident And Cautious Win The Race For Iowa? (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) DES MOINES — On the last full day of campaigning before tomorrow’s caucuses in Iowa, the Republican candidates have fanned out across the state making their final pitches to voters. Recent polling indicates that Mitt Romney is...
Cecil vs. Jesmer: DSCC and NRSC Directors on Senate 2012 Races
Rob Jesmer and Guy Cecil jostle over MA, WI and other hot Senate races for 2012.
Lawmakers React to ‘Unsatisfactory’ Jobs Report with Partisan Bickering
ABC News' John R. Parkinson (@JRPabcDC) & Sunlen Miller (@SunlenMiller) report: It has essentially become a monthly ritual: the Bureau of Labor and Statistics releases its monthly jobs data on the first Friday of each month and in short order...
Rep. Maxine Waters to Face Reporters Friday to Address Ethics Charges
Grandson, Who is Chief of Staff, to Present Case Refuting Alleged Ethics Violations
Transcript: Feinstein, Chambliss, McGovern, Keane
"This Week" Transcript with Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Sen. Saxby Chambliss, Rep. Jim McGovern, Gen. Jack Keane
Last state called: Mo. goes to McCain
The streak is over. After correctly predicting the winning candidate in the last 13 presidential elections, Missourians picked Sen. John McCain over Sen. Barack Obama. With all jurisdictions reporting complete but unofficial results, McCain led Obama by 3,632 votes Wednesday out of more than 2.9
Bellwether state may miss the mark; Nixon wins Mo. gov. race
The streak may be over. After correctly predicting the winning candidate in the last 13 presidential elections, Missourians on Tuesday appeared headed toward choosing the wrong guy — picking Sen. John McCain over Sen. Barack Obama. Obama became the 44th president Tuesday. McCain led narrowly with
Election Night 2008
After all the policy speeches, debates, town hall meetings, rallies, polls, conference calls, bus tours, commercials, web videos, more conference calls, Saturday Night Live sketches, press releases, In Case You Missed Its, and more conference calls, the day has finally arrived. An election night