Fed Offers Higher Ground In Economic Mudslide

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Harvard Prof Top Pick To Lead Consumer Bureau

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Judge's Ruling Ties Up Funding For Stem-Cell Research

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As Economic Stats Drop, So Could Obama's Standing

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Mexico Slaps Tariff On U.S. Products In Truck Dispute

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White House Weighs Changes To Fannie, Freddie

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Conference To Debate Future Of Fannie, Freddie

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Former President Bill Clinton speaks at Scranton High School on Tuesday at a rally for U.S. Senate candidate Joe Sestak in Pennsylvania. Jason Farmer/The Scranton Times-Tribune/AP hide caption

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For Some Democrats, Clinton Is Campaigner-In-Chief

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Nearly three-quarters of U.S. households completed the mail-in questionnaire for the 2010 census, says Commerce Secretary Gary Locke. hide caption

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Census Bureau Counts Pennies As Well As People

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Obama Goes On The Road To Talk Higher Education

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Jobs Report Taxes Obama's Political Capital

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Obama: U.S. Has Long Way To Go In Race Relations

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Under Obama, More Illegal Immigrants Sent Home

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