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Sen. McCain on bid for 6th Senate term, Iran nuclear talks

Sen. John McCain, (R-AZ), discusses his bid for his sixth Senate term, U.S. foreign policy and the Iran nuclear talks.

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  1. GOP Backs Payroll Tax Cut Extension

    After initial reluctance, Republicans in Congress Tuesday threw their support behind a one-year extension of a payroll tax cut for workers aimed at helping stimulate...

  2. Supercommittee Fails to Agree on $1.2B in Cuts

    Rep. Paul Gosar, (R-Ariz.), on the failure of the Supercommittee to reach an agreement on spending cuts.

  3. How Big Business Influences The Super Committee Members

    “All politics is local”–Thomas Phillip “Tip” O’Neill, Jr., Speaker of the House, 1977 to 1987Twelve members of Congress have been tasked with producing legislation t...

  4. Fed Bank President Criticizes Recent Republican Letter to Fed

    A top Federal Reserve official Friday called a recent letter from Republican leaders critical of central bank policy inappropriate and ineffective.The leaders sent t...

  5. Super Committee Meets on Deficit

    FBN’s Rich Edson on the Super Committee beginning its effort to tackle the government’s deficit.

  6. Special Interests Are Big Backers of Deficit Super Committee Members

    Let the gridlock begin where it always does, with political donations.The bipartisan "super committee" created under the debt ceiling deal that is supposed to come u...

  7. Super Committee Nears Completion

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro discusses the administration’s efforts to create jobs and the president’s recent string of fundraising events.

  8. Do 'Super Committee' Picks Make the Cut?

    Former Deputy Assistant for President George W. Bush Karl Rove weighs in on picks for the super committee members and Obama's plummeting approval rating.

  9. Six Republicans Named to U.S. Deficit Panel

    Republicans named their six members to a U.S. congressional deficit-reduction super committee Wednesday, setting the stage for an attempt to create bipartisan agreem...

  10. Senate Group Offers $3.8T in Deficit Cuts

    A bipartisan group of senators offered an ambitious plan Tuesday that could revive stalled U.S. debt talks and the prospect of a long-term deficit reduction deal to ...

  11. Democrats Pushing Class Warfare?

    Radio host Neal Boortz on efforts by Democrats to raise taxes on the wealthy.

  12. White House Says Tax Hikes Can Pass Congress

    The White House said Wednesday a budget deal that includes tax hikes can pass Congress, challenging the central argument of Republicans, who say a deficit-reduction ...

  1. Medical Device Makers: Repeal the New Tax!

    Starting January 1, medical-device makers must pay a new 2.3% excise tax on sales, regardless if they make a profit, to raise $30 billion over the next decade to pay...

  2. Sen. Hutchison on the ‘Achieve Act’

    Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, (R-Texas), explains the “Achieve Act” immigration proposal that she and Sen . Jon Kyl introduced.

  3. Obama's Push On Trade With Russia Raises Senate Concerns

    Senators from both parties raised concerns Thursday about Moscow's record on human rights and foreign policy, highlighting the difficult task facing the Obama admini...

  4. Fmr. Sen. Al D’Amato on Legalizing Online Poker

    Former Sen. Al D’Amato, (R-NY), on why the government should not make online poker playing illegal.

  5. Lawmakers Show Early Divisions Over Extending Payroll-Tax Break

    Congressional lawmakers signaled a broad desire Tuesday to extend the payroll-tax break and federal jobless benefits for the rest of the year, but fault lines emerge...

  6. Republican Senators Named For Payroll-tax Talks

    Republican Senators Jon Kyl of Arizona, Mike Crapo of Idaho and John Barrasso of Wyoming were named on Friday to a conference committee charged with negotiating long...

  7. Sen. Grassley Calls for Resignation of Asst. AG Breuer

    Sen. Chuck Grassley, (R-Iowa), on calling for the resignation of Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer for his role in covering up the ATF’s “Fast & Furious” operation.

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