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  1. W. House Dismisses Unilateral Debt Fix

    The White House said Tuesday that the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution was ''not available'' to President Barack Obama to avoid the Aug. 2 deadline to raise t...

  2. One Week to Go: Lawmakers Still Deadlocked

    The United States edged closer on Tuesday to a devastating default as Republicans and Democrats were deadlocked over competing plans to raise the debt ceiling, one w...

  3. Amid Dueling Debt Plans, Obama to Address Nation

    Top U.S. lawmakers dueled with diverging debt plans on Monday that offered little compromise and raised the threat of a ratings downgrade and national default as Pre...

  4. Can Obama Raise the Debt Ceiling Alone?

    FBN's Judge Napolitano on the 14th Amendment and if it gives President Obama the right to adjust the debt ceiling alone.

  5. Would Use of 14th Amendment by Obama be an Impeachable Act?

    Rep. Tim Scott, (R-SC), argues if the President used the fourteenth amendment to raise the debt ceiling on his own it would be an impeachable offense.

  6. Should Obama Invoke 14th Amendment to Raise Debt Ceiling?

    Constitutional attorney Bruce Fein on President Clinton’s suggestion that President Obama invoke the fourteenth amendment to raise the debt ceiling.

  7. Should Obama Invoke 14th Amendment to Raise Debt Ceiling?

    Constitutional attorney Bruce Fein on President Clinton’s suggestion that President Obama invoke the fourteenth amendment to raise the debt ceiling.

  8. Are We in Danger of an Imperial Presidency?

    Jerry Bowyer and Judge Napolitano discuss the application of the 14th amendment and President Obama’s assumption of unilateral power

  9. 14th Amendment : A Pass to Raise the Debt Ceiling?

    FBN’s Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses whether the amendment means the president can raise the debt ceiling without Congress’s backing.

  10. Obama signs $600 million US border security bill

    By Matt SpetalnickWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama Friday signed into law a $600 million bill to beef up security on the U.S. border with Mexico, and hi...

  11. Supremes Say “Yes” To Guns

    June 28, 2010 10:48 AM UTC by John StosselSupremes Say “Yes” To GunsUPDATE, 2:30 pm: A lawyer who argued the case, Alan Gura, tells me, “This is a fantastic day for ...

  1. Tax Filing Tips for Same-Sex Couples

    "This is not a complicated case."Not exactly the opening sentence you expect to hear from a federal judge. But after you read the 16-page decision by Judge Timothy S...

  2. Rights of Same-Sex couples in High Court's Hands

    Most couples probably don't give a lot of thought to the financial benefits of being legally married, but Adam Woods and his partner do.Woods, 33, a behavior therapi...

  3. 14th Amendment Attached to Debt Ceiling?

    Former Federal Prosecutor Douglas Burns on reports the White House is considering using the 14th Amendment as a way to bypass Congress to raise the debt limit.

  4. Dissecting the 14th Amendment

    Judge Andrew Napolitano breaks down the 14th amendment and whether the president can use it to raise the debt ceiling.

  5. Democrats to Obama: Be Ready to Bypass Congress

    Top Democratic Senators on Friday urged President Barack Obama to be ready to raise the debt ceiling without congressional approval in order to avert a damaging debt...

  6. No constitutional workaround for debt ceiling: White House

    The Obama administration does not believe that the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution allows the president to ignore the debt ceiling, White House spokesman Jay...

  7. Lawmakers Scramble as Deadline Looms

    Top Republicans and Democrats worked behind the scenes Wednesday on a compromise to avert a crippling U.S. default, looking to salvage a last-minute deal from rival ...

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