Different Approach To Hearings On U.S. Side Of Pond

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Congressional Support Impacts How NASA Spends

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Obama Takes Big Lead In Raising Re-Election Cash

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On Thursday, the Federal Election Commission gave comedian Stephen Colbert the OK to form a superPAC. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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There's Nothing Funny About Colbert's SuperPAC

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Supreme Court Rules On Ariz. Campaign Finance Law

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High Court Strikes Down Ariz. Campaign Finance Law

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Speculation Runs High In Presidential Money Race

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The 'Country Lawyer' Shaping Campaign Finance Law

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Report: Obama Big-Money Donors Got Plum Posts

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Lobbyists Want Fries And Pizza To Stay In School

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Jane Corwin, the Republican candidate in New York's 26th congressional district, votes in Clarence, N.Y., on Tuesday. David Duprey/AP hide caption

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Outside Groups Spend Big In N.Y. Special Election

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GOP Blasts Plan For More Political Money Disclosure

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