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Boehner: Goodies your $52000 of the national debt could buy
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House Speaker John A. Boehner has done the dizzying math: “In the nearly four years since Senate Democrats last passed a budget, government spending has driven our national debt up past $16 trillion. That's more than $52,000 for every man, woman, and …

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Japan Government Bonds Rise, Pushing 5-Year Yield to Record Low
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“Expectations are mounting that the BOJ will step up monetary easing and increase purchases of government bonds.” The yield on the benchmark 10-year note fell 4 1/2 basis points to 0.60 percent at 4:45 p.m. in Tokyo from last week, according to Japan …

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Rhetoric Cools on Cuts' Near-Term Pain
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After warning that across-the-board spending cuts would have catastrophic effects, White House officials are trying to play down fears that people will suffer hardships right away.

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Romney Offers Explanation for Loss
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Mitt Romney, in his first TV interview since he lost November’s election, said a failure to connect with minority voters doomed his bid for the White House.

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Obama Backers Up for Ambassador Posts
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Top fundraisers and finance officials in President Obama’s re-election campaign are now up for ambassadorial postings, a practice that was also common among his predecessors.

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How (Maybe) to Reach Elusive Deal
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Capital Journal: The most likely path is from the bottom up, from rank-and-file Democrats and Republicans in Congress who begin to drive the process toward a deficit-reduction deal.

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Mark Sanford Seeks a Comeback in a Lively South Carolina Race
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Mark Sanford, who turned the phrase “hiking the Appalachian Trail” into a euphemism for an affair, is one of 18 candidates vying for a Congressional seat in an upcoming special election.

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