November 16, 2012 An audit found that the agency is on pace to run out of money by September. The Obama administration, however, announced a series of steps to increase revenue.
November 16, 2012 In the interest of science, we offer some ideas for people who are hoarding Twinkies now that Hostess has announced it is going out of business. And none of them involve eating.
November 16, 2012 A program that backed lots of mortgages during the housing bust may soon need taxpayer money to make good on its promises.
November 16, 2012 President Obama and congressional leaders from both major parties met at the White House for the first of what will likely be many negotiations aimed at averting a plunge over the so-called fiscal cliff. Afterward, Congressional leaders sounded optimistic about the chances for a deal.
November 16, 2012 As members of the House and Senate head to Capitol Hill for the final weeks of this Congress, perhaps they will bring the "Spirit of 2010" with them. Despite partisan bickering, the lame-duck session two years ago got big things done. Then again, those lawmakers weren't being asked to avert a fiscal cliff.
November 16, 2012 The doors were closed so the nation wasn't be able to watch. One week after his scandal-tinged resignation, former CIA Director David Petraeus fielded questions from members of both the House and Senate intelligence committees.
November 16, 2012 This year, the number of registered Republicans in the state dipped below 30 percent of voters. Some GOP candidates are even re-registering as independents to avoid having "Republican" next to their names. But analysts say change might have to come on a national level before it reaches California.
November 15, 2012 Local news reports say at least four people are dead and 17 injured. The parade was supposed to end with wounded service members being treated to an all-expenses-paid deer-hunting trip.