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Video: Jon Stewart explains 'secret' White House meetings

Jon Stewart offers his signature comedic response to media reports that the talk show host had "secret" visits with President Obama at the White House.

Boehner fends off dissent to reclaim post as House Speaker

Washington D.c. - John Boehner was reelected Tuesday as speaker of the House, but in order to keep from losing his seat he had to beat back a small magnitude of conservatives who apparently didn't share the love and wanted someone else atop the Republican Conference.

Wealth gap: U.S. descending into feudalism warns plutocrat

Seattle - An American plutocrat has warned that the United States will descend into feudalism and could face social upheaval as the gap between super-rich and the rest widens.

Op-Ed: Another prohibitionist lies about marijuana

In the minds of prohibitionists, truth and honesty have no merit. No matter how big the lie, the anti–legalization crowd will use fallacies or inconsistencies to defend a system of extraordinary economic and societal cost.

OFA to launch seven-figure Obamacare ad campaign

Organizing for Action, the successor to the Obama campaign’s Organizing for America, is set to launch a million-dollar ad campaign defending the Affordable Care Act.

Obama campaign saw former Gov. Jon Huntsman as 'tough candidate'

Washington - At a breakfast organized by Politico, President Barack Obama's campaign manager Jim Messina said the campaign saw former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman's bid for the White House as a threat and viewed him as a "tough candidate."

Politico story exposes Romney fib on outsourcing Olympic uniforms

The website 'Politico' seems to have caught GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney in a form of deception, and it concerns outsourcing jobs. The writer who managed the feat, Maggie Haberman, did so simply by checking a book.

Politico reporter suspended for racial comment about Romney

The liberal website Politico has suspended its White House correspondent Joe Williams, after he made comments that the Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is more comfortable around white people.

'Fit to Print' co-producer Nancy Wolfe talks about the new film Special

Featured in articles by Digital Journal, Politico, Huffington Post and more, the new documentary film "Fit to Print" is starting to generate more and more buzz around the news-media world.

Politico, Random House partner to publish 2012 election e-books

News site Politico and publisher Random House are teaming up to release e-books on the 2012 U.S. presidential election. The first book will be available before Christmas.

Poll: 38% of American voters think Obama should be reelected

The mood of the American voting public is decidedly against the Obama administration just weeks away from midterm elections, according to a new poll.
 

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