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The Gang of Six senators have shown up to save the day, but it may be too late to act on their plan.
As talks falter, simmering split over debt ceiling and taxes may be picking up steam.
Democrats and Republicans are trying to redefine the debates over taxes, Libya, and the debt ceiling for political expediency.
A Senate vote on ethanol could signal a shift in the GOP's thinking on taxes.
From leaving the lights on to Ag Department pickle studies, much fat can be trimmed from budget.
Voters aren't as dumb as Democrats think they are.
Also, a D.C. law firm backs out of gay marriage case.
Ron Schiller doesn't speak for NPR, and he doesn't program the network.
Sen. John McCain talks about the themes of Obama's speech.
The Senate minority leader won’t follow the across-the-aisle seating trend for Obama’s address.