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Barack Obama announces nearly two dozen goals for Congress.
S.1125 and H.4786 both place restrictions on who can collect unemployment benefits.
Court rules that individual mandate is a 'tax' but the overall law can stay.
Logan Smith, two unidentified sources named as defendants in lawsuit.
An attorney acting on behalf of S.C. Senate candidate Amanda Somers filed a lawsuit this morning in federal court that challenges the S.C. Supreme Court's decision.
State GOP chairman says Palmetto State's "first in the South" primary shouldn't be in jeopardy despite backing the wrong 2012 candidate.
Newt Gingrich is reportedly dropping out of the race, three months after winning in the coveted S.C. Republican primary.
Some say the extra income would be helpful, others say it creates an unfair advantage.
After disappointing finish in South Carolina, Rick Santorum's campaign found new life with a three-state sweep Tuesday.
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