People hate the sequester. Except if you love it.
The actress didn't say anything in a Washington speech about whether she will run for the Senate or not. But she did get some laughs when she asked if there was an "elephant in the room."
Chris Chocola says that that Karl Rove is only concerned with the GOP brand.
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What a Kirsten Dunst movie has in common with the way many Americans feel about sequestration.
"As many of 40,000 teachers could lose their jobs," the education secretary said.
The sequester isn't a good idea, but the impact of the cuts is being overstated by the White House, the Republican senator argued.
The Republican senator pushed back against the transportation secretary's criticism of congressional Republicans over the sequester, arguing the White House is to blame for the idea in the first place.
With a deadline coming soon, the president has not given up hope that deep spending cuts known as the sequester can be averted, his chief of staff said.