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Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer made good on her promise to appeal a federal judge's decision to strike down parts of the immigration law she signed. Ray Suarez reports from Phoenix with the latest reactions.
BP may have to stop testing the containment cap on the Gulf of Mexico oil well due to a storm warning this weekend. Meanwhile, local authorities and federal scientists disagree on how to stop the oil from coming ashore. Tom…
In other news Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke voiced concern about slow economic growth, saying the Fed would take action if needed to help the U.S. economic recovery along.
By Quinn Bowman
In the first expansion of a federal hate crimes law since 1968, President Barack Obama signed a bill Wednesday that extends hate crime protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity.
By PBS NewsHour
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke looked to assure lawmakers and Wall Street that the central bank will be able to scale down its massive stimulus efforts and avoid inflationary concerns when the economic recovery is more certain.
Question: Is California printing its own money? Paul Solman: Funny you should ask. The State of California Franchise Tax Board website currently features this statement: “We will accept registered warrants…towards the payment of tax liabilities.” State taxes, of…
In his continuing public campaign of interviews and speeches, President Obama pledged Tuesday to fight for spending initiatives in his $3.6 trillion budget and defended efforts to stabilize the faltering economy.
With sizeable populations in the last two states to vote in the Democratic primary, Native American voters have emerged as a highly sought-after voting bloc ahead of Tuesday's voting in Montana and South Dakota.
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