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Veteran congressman's death adds to Barack Obama's woes

The Democratic party faces another election test after the death yesterday of John Murtha, a congressman dubbed by his colleagues the "king of pork".

Obama hopes to see jobs package in coming weeks

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama, reaching out to lawmakers in both U.S. political parties, said on Tuesday he hoped Congress would soon deliver a package of measures to boost U.S.

Danica Patrick to make NASCAR debut

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The Danica Patrick circus at Daytona International Speedway will continue with the IndyCar Series driver making her NASCAR debut in Saturday's Nationwide Series race.

Defiant Iran set to begin higher enrichment of uranium

IRAN - Iran will begin enriching uranium to 20 percent from Tuesday, the Islamic republic's atomic chief announced on Sunday just hours after being told to do so by hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Palin ‘Won’t Close the Door’ on Presidential Campaign

Sarah Palin said she “won’t close the door” on a potential presidential bid during an interview on the “Fox News Sunday” program.

Tea Party convention plans national organizing strategy for elections

NASHVILLE, TN - Fox News has learned Tea Party convention organizers plan a big news conference here Friday to propose the closest thing yet to a national organizing strategy for the upcoming 2010 midterm elections.

Possible weapon of mass destruction found in Iraq

They have been searching in Iraq for the past nine years, 10 months and 15 days.

'Idol' producers want Stern to replace Cowell

"American Idol" producers are eager to hire Howard Stern to replace Simon Cowell as the show's tough-talking judge, sources tell Page Six.

Council member announces candidacy for mayor

WACO - Waco City Council Member Jim Bush has announced he will run for mayor. This makes Bush the first candidate to announce candidacy for the May election. Bush will run to replace outgoing current Mayor Virginia Dupuy.