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Senators Grill Phone Execs On Mobile Privacy
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Republicans Propose 'Tweaks' To New Financial Rules
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After Budget Vote, Freshman Rep. Faces Constituents
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Earlier this year, Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) helped introduce the bipartisan CAP Act, which would aim to cut federal spending by $7.6 trillion over 10 years. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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Agency's Warning Heats Up Debt Ceiling Debate
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House Passes Ryan's 2012 Budget Plan
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Budget Compromise May Be A Tough Sell In Congress
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Budget Details Slow To Emerge, Even To Congress
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Lawmakers Escalate The Battle Of Blame
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Finish Line Still Out Of Reach In Budget Talks
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GOP Unveils 2012 Budget Plan
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Tea Party Pressures GOP To Focus On Spending Cuts
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Democrats Rally To Support Social Security
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Amid Budget Standoff, GOP Freshman Faces Home District
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