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Obama limits US spying on the anniversary of Eisenhower's warning about the military-industrial complex

Whether by accident or design, President Obama chose an interesting day to deliver his speech on the future of government surveillance. The speech fell on the anniversary of President Eisenhower's Farewell Address, warning about the threat of the emerging national security state.

Obama limits US spying on the anniversary of Eisenhower's warning about the military-industrial complex

The Legacy and Lasting Influence of 'Casablanca,' 70 Years Later

The Legacy and Lasting Influence of 'Casablanca,' 70 Years Later

Despite Resigning, Petraeus Will Testify on Benghazi

Despite Resigning, Petraeus Will Testify on Benghazi

Ad veteran calls current crop of political ads 'tiring,' 'pedestrian'

Ad veteran calls current crop of political ads 'tiring,' 'pedestrian'

Lessons from Ike if Iran Goes Nuclear

Lessons from Ike if Iran Goes Nuclear

Paul Ryan continues tradition of talking tough about the size of government

As chairman of the House Budget Committee, Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan is perhaps best known for his austerity-driven budget proposal. By choosing Ryan as his running mate, Mitt Romney has signaled his commitment to reducing the size of government. But will tough talk be enough for them to win the election?

Paul Ryan continues tradition of talking tough about the size of government

Michigan grad student wants to unseat longest-serving member of U.S. House

Daniel Marcin wants to be in Congress. The University of Michigan graduate student, though, has set his eyes on a tough target: John Dingell. Dingell is the longest-serving member of the U.S. House and was elected to office when Dwight Eisenhower was president.

Michigan grad student wants to unseat longest-serving member of U.S. House

Rep. Dingell, Longest-Serving House Member, Faces Challenge from Ph.D. Student

Rep. Dingell, Longest-Serving House Member, Faces Challenge from Ph.D. Student