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Billionaire Brothers In Spotlight In Wis. Union Battle

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Wis. Governor Receives Prank Phone Call

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President Obama, shown answering questions during a news conference Tuesday, is expected to hit the billion-dollar mark in fundraising for his re-election bid. His Republican opponent may raise that much as well. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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2012: The Year Of The Billion-Dollar Campaigns?

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Amid Protests, Egypt's D.C. Lobbyists Draw Scrutiny

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PACs Donate To GOP Presidential Contenders

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Fundraisers: Freshman Lawmakers Carry On Tradition

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A Year Later, Citizens United Reshapes Politics

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How To Get Around The Ban On Earmarks

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Group Behind Election Ads Weighs In On Tax Deal

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Is Michael Steele Ready To Move On?

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Is House Ethics Office Endangered In New Congress?

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Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) is likely to learn Thursday whether the House of Representatives will vote to censure him for ethics violations. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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House To Vote On Rangel Censure

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Democrats Plan Financial Comeback For 2012

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