WASHINGTON - A majority of U.S. registered voters consider Edward Snowden a whistle-blower, not a traitor, and a plurality says government anti-terrorism efforts have gone too far in restricting civil liberties, a poll released Tuesday shows.
WASHINGTON - U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., says Republicans should compromise and increase tax revenues as part of a "long-term grand bargain" on the budget, and praised President Obama for reaching out to senators across the aisle.
WASHINGTON — The number of Hispanic voters could double within two decades as 17.6 million young people reach 18, increasing the clout of an ethnic bloc that already showed its power in the presidential election, according to a report.
The lobbying firm of the man Republicans say John McCain chose
to begin planning a presidential transition earned more than a
quarter of a million dollars this year representing Freddie Mac,
one of the companies McCain blames for the nation’s financial
Cindy McCain, the wife of presumptive Republican nominee John
McCain, may see a fortune of at least $8.5 million rise with a
proposed takeover of beermaker Anheuser- Busch Co., financial
Sens. John McCain and Russell Feingold, who led the drive to ban
unlimited corporate and union donations to political parties, will
make the first bipartisan effort in a decade to strengthen lobbying
laws. Their legislation comes as a scandal threatens to ensnare