Democrats say they are optimistic that they can regain control of the House of Representatives in the November election, an outcome that would mark a sharp reversal from the thumping defeat dealt to the party in 2010.
“We’ve gone from a gale force wind against us to a sustained breeze at our backs,” said Steve [...]
(New York Post) – More American households are falling back into the debt hole, this time without the safety net of home values to help bail them out, the New York Post reported Sunday.
Last year, total US consumer debt reached its highest point in a decade, according to a credit card industry observer.
“Now more than [...]
One student was killed and four were injured in a shooting Monday morning at a high school in suburban Chardon, Ohio, authorities have reported.
A suspect was taken into custody, but his name was being withheld because he’s a juvenile, said Chardon Police Chief Timothy McKenna. The suspect, who is believed to be a student at the school, has [...]
By JOEL McNEECEA 2-year-old Webster County boy who had been missing since Sunday afternoon was found dead Monday morning in a pond approximately a half mile from his home.
Kyle Mitchell, 2, was found at approximately 8:45 a.m. by a team of searchers that included Calhoun County officials.
Calhoun County law enforcement officers and firemen joined in [...]
Feb. 27 (Bloomberg) — The five Oscars awarded to “The Artist,” a black-and-white tribute to the silent-picture era, marks a record for a French film as it beat out bigger-budget movies with more famous stars.
The mostly silent film, judged the best picture, won Michel Hazanavicius the award for best [...]
Warren Buffett, chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., said he’s “on the prowl” for large acquisitions after the company’s biggest subsidiaries posted record earnings in 2011.
Berkshire is seeking “to purchase some large operations that will give us a further boost,” Buffett said today in his annual letter to shareholders. “We now [...]
Down to the wire in 2-man GOP race in Michigan
By KASIE HUNT, Associated Press – 27 minutes ago
FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Republican Mitt Romney fought Saturday to prove he is the strongest challenger to President Barack Obama, an increasingly difficult task given the tight race in his native state [...]
Walled Lake— Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum continued his push toward Tuesday’s Michigan primary with a stop at St. William Catholic Parish in Walled Lake this evening.
The former Pennsylvania senator greeted nearly 1,000 people at the St. William Dads’ Club 23rd Annual Lenten Fish Fry.
It was one of several stops he’s made across the state [...]
We may be reaching critical mass in the belief that this pathetic field of Republican candidates has jumped the shark…even many Republicans have come to that conclusion. Politico today cites several sources that Jeb Bush said this during a post-speech question and answer session the other night in Dallas:
“I used to be a conservative, and [...]