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Top of the TicketFive days after meeting with Republican House members, Democrat Obama has a long chat with his party's senators....
Booster ShotsThe Food and Drug Administration is a screaming exception to the Obama administration’s freeze on discretionary spending in the 2011 budget. Overall, the FDA budget could grow by as much as 23% to just over $4 billion from the current......
Top of the TicketThey all have professional handlers, experts hired to create buzz and show them off to advantage. No, not the animals at the 134th annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Arguably, the pets have more dignity. We're talking about the U.S.......
The SwampPosted at 7 am EST, updated at 5:30 pm President Barack Obama closed a bipartisan summit on healthcare today the way he opened it, with a speech about how much the Democrats and Republicans actually agree upon -- or should......
Tags: Dick Durbin, Bart Stupak, Eric Cantor, Politics, Bankruptcy
Top of the TicketThree Democrats and one Republican speak at the start of the healthcare summit....
The Swampby Mark Silva A narrative quickly formed this week for an election campaign. It's called "repeal and replace.'' It involves repealing the healthcare legislation that President Barack Obama signed into law this week -- which won't be repealed anytime soon....
The Fitness Center» Orlando Sentinel – The Fitness CenterA new law buried in the depths of the massive health-care reform bill signed by President Obama on Tuesday is intended to help you think twice when ordering that $5 Starbucks latte, indulging on a Bloomin' Onion or supersizing that Big Mac value meal....
Today, professors Brownell and Campos discuss the best practices in stemming the expansion of the national waistline. Yesterday, they pondered the government's rationale for intervening on the issue, and Monday, they attempted to define the parameters...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe Senate on Friday approved a farm bill that would continue to funnel billions of dollars in subsidies to wealthy landowners and farmers who are earning record-breaking prices for their crops, rebuffing a concerted campaign by some senators to shift...
That the Democrats are keen to crack down on conservative talk radio -- crack down on free speech they don't like, that is -- is now impossible to deny. Two approaches are being contemplated. The one getting the most attention involves creating a new...
Tags: Television Industry, Censorship, Harry Reid, Politics, Radio
Times Staff WriterFilmmaker Len Morris' densely packed informational documentary on child labor, "Stolen Childhoods," crisscrosses the globe, visiting eight countries — including the United States — to illustrate the severity of the circumstances under which...
The Swampby Frank James Taxpayers for Common Sense has e-mailed reporters its database of earmarks in the omnibus $420 billion spending bill currently being debated in the Senate and here's one conclusion to draw from it: Republican senators from the South......
Tags: Politics, Louisiana, Thad Cochran, Iowa, Mary L. Landrieu
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