Obama urging ‘investments’ in State of the Union, despite national mood souring on spending

President Obama, after delivering a barbed inaugural address that focused on controversial social agenda items, plans to return to the economy in his State of the Union Tuesday -- but his prescription for growth is still at odds with that of the Republican Party, and many voters. 

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US judge blocks enforcement of new La. abortion lawComments Off

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Hill intelligence leaders urge Obama to form ISIS strategy, ahead of NATO summitComments Off

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Dozens of police agencies report loss of Pentagon-supplied military weaponsComments Off

Images showing high-powered military rifles in the hands of law enforcement in Ferguson, Mo., after the police shooting of an unarmed black man focused attention on a controversial Pentagon program that supplies that kind of weaponry to local police de…

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