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The Hill: Democrats Hold Firm On Payroll Tax Holiday

With improved polling numbers, President Obama and Senate Democrats are holding firm on their version of the payroll tax holiday -- which likely won't be passed by the end of the year.

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NewtGingrich.com Is Sending Surfers To Sites And Stories He Wouldn't Like

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich's official campaign website — at newt.org — is working fine. But newtgingrich.com is directing surfers to stories and other sites that don't put him in the best light.
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Poll: Kaine, Allen In Dead Heat For Senate Seat

Voters in Virginia are far from having made up their minds between former governors Tim Kaine and George Allen in their race for Virginia's senate seat.

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Top Obama Advisor Makes West Wing Exit

Melody Barnes is leaving her post as director of the administration's Domestic Policy Council. Barnes was influential in crafting some of the president's major initiatives including health care and economic legislation. Host Michel Martin speaks with Barnes about her achievements and the president's popularity.
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5 Things You May Not Know About Jon Huntsman

The presidential candidate has been an ambassador, a governor and a business executive. But he also had an unusual academic career for a presidential candidate. And some of his former endeavors might surprise you.
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Newt Gingrich Rally In Arlington Tonight

Newt Gingrich will campaign in Virginia today, and will hold a rally in Rosslyn at 7 p.m. Gingrich appears to have pulled ahead of Mitt Romney among Virginia Republicans, according to a new poll released today.

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Taking Nothing For Granted, Romney Launches N.H. Bus Tour

Somehow there are still New Hampshire voters who remain undecided about former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney — despite the fact that he's practically camped out in their living rooms for the last four years.

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