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Even if the Senate were to approve a compromise package and a majority of the House (Republicans and Democrats) were prepared to accept it, the deal likely won't even be brought to the House floor for debate and a vote.
This year, two states passed right-to-work laws, and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker survived a recall attempt. Harold Meyerson of The American Prospect says the future for organized labor remains bleak.
Two former reporters are now making a living digging up dirt on political candidates. They help their clients find obscured truths on their competition — and on themselves.
"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" continues to rule them all at the box office, staying on top for a third-straight week with nearly $33 million.
As a new class of million-dollar political donors rises, conservatives are fighting for continued secrecy around their contributions, arguing that conservative donors are being subjected to severe intimidation.
After the 1917 Russian Revolution, there was a debate over what to do with the spectacular jewels that had symbolized the power and wealth of the czars.
Early sales numbers suggest it was a disappointing holiday season for retailers, and slow holiday sales mean fewer opportunities for retail workers hoping to make holiday temp jobs permanent.
The competitors in the 99th Rose Bowl game Monday will pool their efforts off the field to help pack food for hungry Angelenos.
Community leaders are calling for a rally Sunday in the wake of several violent incidents that have rattled the city in recent weeks.
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