A group of local residents with ties to Egypt held a rally outside the Lloyd George Federal Courthouse in support of changes to the Egyptian government.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid believes the conservative Tea Party movement will “disappear” once the national economy improves.
Only 21-percent of likely voters across the U.S. want the federal government to regulate the Internet in any way.
A tax deal passed yesterday by the Senate now heads to the House where it’s expected to face considerable opposition.
Americans are filing fewer first-time claims for unemployment benefits.
A new Forrester Research survey shows Americans are now spending as much time on the Internet as they do watching television.
The Senate takes a key test vote today on the tax deal that President Obama struck with Republicans.
Many Democrats remain cool to President Obama’s tax compromise with Republicans.
The middle class and the wealthiest Americans will get a two-year extension of Bush-era tax cuts under a proposal from President Obama.
A key Senate Republican indicated he would support extending jobless benefits in exchange for extending all the Bush-era tax cuts.