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Journalists must carefully approach the line of friendliness with politicians, the Times reporter says.
Just 38 percent of Iowa voters approve of the job Obama is doing as president.
A quarter of responders say it should be between $9 and $10.
DHS maintains its 2012 status as the worst place to work in the federal government.
A group will spend more than $100,000 to attack the Alaska senator, who's seen as vulnerable.
Harry Reid warns lawmakers he's prepared to keep them in Washington until Christmas Eve.
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The Republican will succeed ex-Rep. Jo Bonner, who resigned for a job at the University of Alabama.
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Barack Obama's at the lowest point of his presidency. Can John Podesta save him?
The 20-year-old admits emailing the threats to try to get out of final exams.
A lawyer asks a judge to throw out a defamation case involving coverage of a beef product.
He will seek to become the next chairman of the Ways and Means Committee.
Asked about Santa's race, the Arizona governor seems caught off guard and laughs.
She orders the disclosure of foreign aid that the Obama administration refused to make public.
His wife, a paid lobbyist for the Humane Society Legislative Fund, is urging Congress for support.
The administration opts to send two openly gay athletes in its stead to the Winter Olympics.
"I think we need a good, public debate on this," the Senate majority leader says.