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WASHINGTON (AP) - Legislation to stop suspected Nazi war criminals from receiving U.S. Social Security benefits will be introduced soon, the latest response to an Associated Press investigation that revealed millions of dollars have been paid to former Nazis who were forced out of the United States.
ERWIN, N.C. (AP) - Eleven years after becoming a national TV sensation, Clay Aiken still attracts a crowd in central North Carolina. In an hour he could only get a block or so down the street during an old textile town's fall festival while fans stopped to talk and take pictures.
The questions from the audience were broad and unscripted, hitting topics like abortion rights, climate change, college tuition, and foreign policy.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Former Nazis should not be getting the Social Security benefits they are receiving as they age overseas, the White House said Monday, responding to an Associated Press investigation that revealed millions of dollars have been paid to war-crimes suspects and former SS guards who left the U.S. for Europe.
MORRISTOWN, N.J. (AP) - GOP Gov. Chris Christie took a break from the road on Monday morning to lend a hand to the New Jersey Republican in an uphill battle for a U.S. Senate seat.
A network of taxpayer-funded nonprofits was practically a cottage industry for associates of Congressman Chaka Fattah.
WASHINGTON - A group that supports conservative fiscal policy plans to spend $1.1 million to help a Republican Congressional candidate in the final...
WASHINGTON - National Democrats have canceled television ad buys in two congressional races in Philadelphia's suburbs, signaling that the races may have slipped out of reach as the party shifts money to other races that appear more competitive.
WASHINGTON - They have bold orange lapel pins, their own nickname - "problem solvers" - and even a theme song written by the R&B star Akon.
CapitolInq: Is an upset brewing in South Jersey? A new poll shows Democrat Bill Hughes Jr., written off by most pundits and national election forecasters, within striking distance of Republican U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo, a 10-term incumbent.
Republican Tom MacArthur is staying ahead in funding in New Jersey's most expensive congressional race, thanks to his own money.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Legislation to stop suspected Nazi war criminals from receiving U.S. Social Security benefits will be introduced soon, the latest response to an Associated Press investigation that revealed millions of dollars have been paid to former Nazis who were forced out of the United States.
ERWIN, N.C. (AP) - Eleven years after becoming a national TV sensation, Clay Aiken still attracts a crowd in central North Carolina. In an hour he could only get a block or so down the street during an old textile town's fall festival while fans stopped to talk and take pictures.
WASHINGTON - Voters hoping to decide control of Congress might be watching the wrong elections. While the focus is on November's races, critical House contests in the Philadelphia region may have been most influenced by low-profile state elections in 2010.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A maverick Republican senator criticized faulty missile defenses, unneeded airports and golf course repairs among the projects completed on the taxpayers' tab in his annual collection of billions of dollars of government waste, released Wednesday.
MORRISTOWN, N.J. (AP) - GOP Gov. Chris Christie took a break from the road on Monday morning to lend a hand to the New Jersey Republican in an uphill battle for a U.S. Senate seat.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Former Nazis should not be getting the Social Security benefits they are receiving as they age overseas, the White House said Monday, responding to an Associated Press investigation that revealed millions of dollars have been paid to war-crimes suspects and former SS guards who left the U.S. for Europe.
As his party lurches toward November's midterm elections at risk of losing control of the Senate, U.S. Sen. Cory A. Booker said a Democratic majority is needed to tackle big problems such as immigration and corporate tax policy.
BucksInq: At the first of three scheduled debates between U.S. Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick (R., Pa.) and Democratic challenger Kevin Strouse, the two used an hour of radio airtime Wednesday to stake out positions on issues like healthcare, economic development, and foreign policy.
The questions from the audience were broad and unscripted, hitting topics like abortion rights, climate change, college tuition, and foreign policy.