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New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D) (Astrid Stawiarz, Getty Images)
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Record Number Of Women Run For U.S. Senate, House [AUDIO]

More women than ever are general election candidates for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in 2012, according to the Center for American Women and Politics.

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Atlantic City Faces Potenially Big Setback [AUDIO]

Efforts continue to "reinvent" Atlantic City and help draw more visitors to the area, but a new report finds those efforts may be hampered - because Atlantic City International Airport could soon be forced to scale back operations.

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Future Clouded For The US Postal Service [AUDIO]

The US Postal Service is on the financial ropes, deeply in debt, and some of us wonder if there will even be a Postal Service in the future.

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Republican Tax Cut Plan Passes, Obama Vows Veto

Republicans controlling the House have passed a bill to extend tax cuts due to expire Dec. 31, officially laying down their marker in an election-year showdown with President Barack Obama and his Democratic allies over whether to raise taxes on wealthier earners and people who inherit million dollar-plus estates.

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Congress Approves New Sanctions on Iran

Congress has voted to slap sanctions on Iran's energy, shipping and financial industries.

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Who Really Deserves A Tax Cut In New Jersey? [AUDIO]

A Jersey watchdog group has issued a new report that calls on Congress to extend a tax cut for Americans making up to 250 thousand dollars a year, and allow the same cut for the wealthiest Americans to expire.

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House, Senate Leaders Move to Avoid Shutdown

Congressional aides say the rival party leaders on Capitol Hill are likely to soon announce an agreement that would avert any chance of a government shutdown this fall in advance of the elections.

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Federal Subsidies For Junk Food Being Targeted [AUDIO]

The New Jersey Public Interest Research Group (NJPIRG) is calling the Federal Government to stop subsidizing the producers of large commodity crops like soybeans and corn, who then turn them into junk food ingredients.

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Lawmakers React to Report on Automatic Budget Cuts

Republicans and Democrats alike are pointing to a new report estimating that automatic budget cuts will cost the economy 2 million jobs.

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GOP-Controlled House Votes to Repeal Health Care Law

The Republican-led House has voted to repeal President Barack Obama's health care law. But the election-year move stands no chance in the Democratic-controlled Senate.

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