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In Congress 

In 2010, Obama's poll numbers less of an asset for congressional Democrats (Post, August 30, 2010; 12:18 AM)

Rep. Van Hollen 'confident' Democrats won't lose House (Post, August 27, 2010; 11:57 PM)

Among Democrats, economic pressures are changing tax-cut dynamics (Post, August 26, 2010; 7:34 PM)

In South Dakota, Democrats' own 'mama grizzly' vs. 'the next Sarah Palin':  Election for South Dakota's one House seat offers window into heartland values (Post, August 23, 2010)

If there's no cross, is there still a case? (Post, August 23, 2010)

Establishment candidates in Arizona, Florida rally against 'outsider' rivals:  In Arizona and Florida, establishment candidates rally to lead in polls while 'outsider' rivals fall (Post, August 23, 2010)

$1.5 billion farm-aid proposal assailed as relief for Sen. Blanche Lincoln:  Rain-battered growers in Arkansas among key beneficiaries (Post, August 22, 2010)

Pitching legend Roger Clemens is indicted on charges of lying to a congressional committee (Post, August 20, 2010)

Obama makes four recess appointments:  Pick for Salvador envoy with past ties to Cuban national raises GOP ire (Post, August 20, 2010)

Prosecutors study jurors' remarks to media for keys to retrying Blagojevich:  Jurors' comments to media reveal some of the flaws in their case (Post, August 19, 2010)

Blagojevich is convicted of 1 of 24 counts; prosecutors vow retrial:  FOUND GUILTY OF LYING TO FBI
Prosecutors vow retrial on corruption charges
(Post, August 18, 2010)

The Crucial Corridor:  In Ohio, two races test Democrats' strategy for midterm elections (Post, August 18, 2010)

U.S. preparing to ease travel restrictions to Cuba:  Measures would ease cultural exchanges, but tourist ban would go on (Post, August 18, 2010)

U.S. Senate's historic Ohio Clock to be restored:  As antique is restored, those looking to solve its mysteries may wind up ticked (Post, August 18, 2010)

West Wing Briefing:  With mosque remarks, Obama purposefully walks against the traffic (Post, August 17, 2010; 9:37 AM)

Democrats divided over proposed New York City mosque:  Many wondering how Obama's stance will affect midterms (Post, August 17, 2010)

START expiration ends U.S. inspection of Russian nuclear bases:  With expiration of START, inspectors may no longer visit nuclear bases (Post, August 17, 2010)

Democrats uncertain about approach to midterms (Post, August 16, 2010)

Alaska plane crash a painful reminder for families of Boggs and Begich:  Stevens's death is a painful reminder for families of lawmakers who vanished in 1972 (Post, August 15, 2010)

Prominent Democrats want Kennedy's widow to run for his Senate seat:  But family torn over whether a campaign against Brown would distract from efforts to promote late senator's legacy (Post, August 15, 2010)

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