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Op-Ed: Republicans declare cease-fire in battle with Obama and Democrats

With President Obama attending the funeral of South African hero Nelson Mandela, the Congress has stunned Washington with Christmas approaching by reaching a deal on a budget.

Op-Ed: The debt ceiling from a scientist's point of view

Washington - Scientists work with numbers a lot. Counting, weighing, percentages, etc. And as a scientist, I would say for the most part, we are good with numbers.

IRS employee furloughs set to take effect next month

Washington - Starting next month, the Internal Revenue Service will be shutting its offices for one day per month until September. This is in response to the sequestration measures set by the Obama Administration and Congress.

Obama to return five percent of his salary

Washington - President Barack Obama will give up five percent of his salary, and return the money to the treasury, in a symbolic gesture.

White House says annual Easter Egg Roll won't be cancelled

Washington - As reports surfaced the White House's annual Easter Egg Roll was at risk of cancellation, the White House is saying the April 1 event won't be called off.

Video: First Dog Bo Obama keeps his motorcade through sequester

Washington - According to a Fox News clip, while the Obama administration cites lack of funds due to sequester cuts to explain why it has canceled all White House public tours, the nation's First Dog Bo retains his motorcade, riding in style at taxpayer expense.

Op-Ed: House mites versus White House plight

Washington - President Barack Obama recently allowed public tours of the White House to be cancelled as part of the cuts deemed necessary by sequester legislation that he signed.

Barack Obama calls sequestration he signed a 'dumb' idea

Washington - After railing against Republicans and Sequestration for months, President Barack Obama failed stop a relatively small blend of cuts that he signed into law before deciding to campaign against them.

Obama meets congressional leaders — No sequester deal

Washington - President Obama met with congressional leaders and when they emerged from the meeting, the president announced that no deal had been reached. President Obama blamed Republicans for failing to agree to additional revenue.

Op-Ed: The Quixotic John Boehner

In an era of austerity and budget cuts the dreams of every politician are reduced to the reality of governing for the survivability of their constituency and not for their own self interests.

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