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BARACK OBAMA: This this morning we learned our economy created 223,000 new jobs last month. The unemployment rate ticked down again to 5.4%, lowest it's been in almost seven years. That's 3 million new jobs in past 12 months, nearly the fastest pace in over a decade. All told in 62 months in a row,…

Voting opened in New Orleans on Saturday, with front-runner Mayor Mitch Landrieu trying to win a another four-year term on a record of helping the Crescent City rebuild itself from Hurricane Katrina. But his African-American challengers have said Landrieu, the white scion of one of the state's pre-eminent Democratic political families, has not done enough…

By Thomas Ferraro and Susan Heavey WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democratic U.S. Representative Jim Moran, a 12-term Virginia liberal, on Wednesday became the third member of his party this week to announce he will not seek re-election in November. The announcements came amid growing signs that President Barack Obama's party faces a steep climb in its…

Obama: “Obviously, We Didn’t Do A Good Enough Job In Terms Of How We Crafted The Law”

PRESIDENT OBAMA: We tried to find a proven model — we've seen it work in Massachusetts — that would be as undisruptive as possible, and in good faith, tried to write the law in such a way that people could keep their care. Although, we really believe that ultimately, they're going to be better off…

George Will: “We Are Now Talking On Republican Terms” After “So-Called Defeat”

CHRIS WALLACE: All right, I want to talk about one other thing and that is Republicans. Because one of the most striking aspects of this is how badly it seems to me, the Republican leadership judged their own membership, particularly in the House, how determined House Republicans, the Tea Party faction was to have this…

In addition to a trespassing complaint, Jenny Sanford has accused former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford (R) of shirking their divorce agreement on at least three other occasions, the Washington Post reports. “She filed a complaint against him in March 2012 for violating the terms of having their sons on the Sanford family’s Coosaw plantation.…

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