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  • Who's on: Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

    Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC's "This Week" — Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas; retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.

  • White House on deport Justin Bieber petition: No comment

    The White House has two words for those who want President Obama to deport Justin Bieber: No comment. Nearly 275,000 people signed an Internet petition calling the Canadian-born teen idol reckless and asking Obama to revoke his green card. That's far more than required to merit an official...

  • From Bill Clinton to President Obama, many parallels

    Thousands of pages of documents from President Bill Clinton's White House affirm a longtime adage: The more things change, the more they stay the same. As Clinton prepared for an August 1994 news conference in which he hoped to build public support for his struggling — and ultimately...

  • Obama: Easter a time to reflect on hope, renewal

    President Obama is encouraging Americans to draw strength and inspiration from the Easter and Passover holidays. In his weekly radio and Internet address, Obama says Holy Week and Easter are times for reflection and renewal.

  • Rick Scott's office: Ask employees for records, not us

    The administration of Gov. Rick Scott is making a unique legal argument when it comes to handing over public records: Get it from the employees, not us.

  • Cook County official's hiring practices questioned

    Cook County Recorder of Deeds Karen Yarbrough is facing questions about her decision to hire family members and others with political ties to her.

  • Report: Chicago missed out on $2.2 million judgment

    Chicago's inspector general says the city has "resuscitated" what had been a scandal-plagued minority business program.

  • Grant money increases for Michigan specialty crops

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture says $66 million is available nationwide to state departments of agriculture for specialty crops.

  • Bridgeport grocer accused of food stamp fraud

    A Bridgeport grocer has been charged with buying food stamps from customers and using the money to buy bulk merchandise.

  • Oklahoma House's top Democrat: No time for tax cut

    The top Democrat in the Oklahoma House said Thursday that legislators shouldn't cut the state income tax this year, citing declining revenue and critical public education and transportation needs.

  • Chairman: Terry Branstad staff pressured board on hires

    The chairman of the state's Public Employment Relations Board said Thursday that two aides to Gov. Terry Branstad pressured the board to hire a friend of the administration, in the latest accusation that top government officials pushed to fill state positions with allies.

  • Connecticut GOP offers state budget alternative

    Minority Republicans in the Connecticut General Assembly on Thursday offered an alternative $18.9 billion state budget that scraps the governor's proposed $55 tax rebate, ends the state's earned income tax credit program for the working poor and doesn't include what the GOP calls Democratic...

  • Stock market mostly higher as earnings pour in

    Stocks are mostly higher on Wall Street as upbeat earnings news from several big U.S. companies encouraged investors.

  • Chelsea Clinton announces she's pregnant with first child

    Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, has announced that she's pregnant with her first child.

  • John Kerry: Steps embraced to ease tensions in Ukraine

    Secretary of State John Kerry says diplomats from Russia, the United States, the European Union and Ukraine have agreed on a series of steps aimed at de-escalating violence in strife-ridden Ukraine.



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