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  • Obama aid package to help with home foreclosures

    Obama aid package to help with home foreclosures

    The $1.5 billion federal aid package will be distributed to housing agencies in California, Nevada, Florida, Michigan, and Arizona – the states hardest hit by the housing crisis – to help keep struggling homeowners in their houses.

  • Conservative confab: at CPAC, Romney looks ready to run

    Conservative confab: at CPAC, Romney looks ready to run

    At the annual CPAC in Washington, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was the early front-runner for the 2012 presidential elections.

  • Mortgage fraud: Bloomberg, nonprofit try to raise awareness

    Mortgage fraud: Bloomberg, nonprofit try to raise awareness

    New York Mayor Bloomberg and NeighborWorks rolled out a ‘Loan Modification Scam Alert’ on Thursday. The goal: to prevent yet more homeowners from falling victim to mortgage fraud.

  • States face serious pension woes: $1 trillion short

    States' pension woes only have grown worse in the past year, a new study by the Pew Center for the States finds. This problem can't be laid at the door of the recession.

  • From conservatives, a bounty of political manifestos

    From conservatives, a bounty of political manifestos

    Everybody from tea partiers to Republican lawmakers to GOP chief Michael Steele is listing their political priorities and goals. Republicans are hoping to repeat Newt Gingrich's 1994 success in taking over the House with his 'Contract With America.'

  • Evan Bayh: Indiana Democrats need to find a replacement fast

    Evan Bayh: Indiana Democrats need to find a replacement fast

    Sen. Evan Bayh's last-minute announcement that he won't run for reelection means state party leaders will have to find a candidate. In Indiana, whoever that is will have to be a relatively conservative Democrat who can work with Republicans.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 02/16

    Children take part in Olney, England's Pancake Race on Tuesday. The town's famous pancake race is held every Shrove Tuesday, featuring women who have lived in the town for more than six months. The event dates back to 1445 and is believed to have begun when a townswoman late for services on Shrove Tuesday at the Olney Parish Church ran down High Street to make it to the church, still clutching her frying pan and wearing an apron.

  • In Pictures Sarah Palin's fashion

    Then-Republican vice presidential candidate Gov. Sarah Palin waves to supporters as she arrives at Sen. John McCain's election night rally at the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa in Phoenix, Ariz., on Nov. 4, 2008.

  • What's next for US spaceflight, if not the moon?

    What's next for US spaceflight, if not the moon?

    Under Obama's 2011 budget, NASA would cancel plans to put astronauts back on the moon by 2020 and hand off space-taxi services to private companies.

  • What I didn't know about solar power – but should have

    Eco-renovation What I didn't know about solar power – but should have

    In renovating an old farrmhouse, the owner discovers that solar panels can be leased instead of purchased.