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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Republican Tillis is lone NC Senate candidate on live program intially billed as debateComments Off

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The program initially billed as a debate between Tillis and other candidates turned into a one-hour conversation with him and two reporters, as well as responses to emailed or recorded questions from the public. 

Crist, Scott slug it out in heated final debate of Florida gubernatorial raceComments Off

Republican-turned-Democrat Charlie Crist and Republican Gov. Rick Scott, essentially tied in the polls, used their final moments before the television cameras to come up with some of the most personal attacks leveled so far in what has already been an …

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