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Supreme Court Health Care Case: The Attorneys Behind The Arguments

The Affordable Care Act arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court this week will pit two of Washington's seasoned legal minds against each other in a bout akin to Ali vs. Frazier for the legal set. Here's a look at the lawyers who will lead the historic arguments on the constitutionality of the health care measure.

Louisiana Republican Primary Results 2012: Where To Watch Live

Twenty of Louisiana's delegates to the Republican National Convention in August are up for grabs in the state's presidential primary election Saturday. Here is when to look for the results of the election, where to watch online and on TV, and how to follow the race on Twitter.

Ban On CongressionaI Insider Trading Passed

The Senate Thursday voted overwhelmingly to send President Barack Obama legislation imposing new curbs on insider trading by members of Congress, even though the measure was weaker than a version it passed in February.

At Oklahoma Oil Hub, Obama Pledges To Speed Part Of Pipeline

Standing in front of a row of pipes, President Barack Obama pledged on Thursday to accelerate approval for part of the Keystone XL pipeline, seeking to deflect criticism that his rejection of the full project helped create a climate for high gasoline prices.

Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood: Quotes from Fred Rogers (1928-2003) On 84th Birthday {VIDEO]

Beloved entertainer, educator, songwriter, author and minister Fred Rogers' created and hosted the classic children's show Mr Rogers' Neighborhood for 33 years on PBS (1968-2001). Rogers' became an American icon thanks to his soft-spoken personality directness with his young audience. The show was generally lighthearted, with songs, special guests from the neighborhood (like postman Mr. McFeely) and visit to a puppet kingdom on a magical trolley that ran through the house, bu...

Puerto Rico Primary Election 2012: Romney, Sí; Santorum, No

The magnitude of Mitt Romney's landslide win in Puerto Rico's Republican presidential primary election on Sunday indicates Rick Santorum's gaffe about the territory's principal language and its effect on the potential for statehood probably had an impact on the results.

Sandra Fluke CNN Essay: Limbaugh, Others 'Cannot Silence Us'

The Georgetown law student criticized those who demonized and smeared me, an indirect shot at radio host Rush Limbaugh, who had called her a slut. Fluke said women and men from across the country have written to express support for her view that contraception needs to be treated as a basic health care service.

Big 4 Auditors Spent More Than Ever On U.S. Lobbying

The world's largest accounting and auditing firms, known as the Big Four, have been pumping more money than ever before into U.S. lobbying and political campaigns as they confront new challenges from their regulator and Congress.

Mitt Romney And Rick Santorum Both Score Wins On A Super Saturday

Both Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum claimed victories in Republican Party presidential-nomination contests conducted Saturday, as the former won the caucuses in Wyoming, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, while the latter won the caucuses in Kansas.

Senators to Hear Pitch for Tougher Cyber Security

Top U.S. officials are set to push for tougher cyber-security measures to protect the nation's water, electrical and telecommunications grid at a closed-door meeting with senators on Wednesday evening, congressional and White House staffers said.

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