Phil Brennan



Nov 10, 2011
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney may feel he has something in common with the late comedian Rodney Dangerfield, whose tag line was I can t get no respect.
However, although the former Massachusetts governor may be failing to light a fire among many of the...


Dec 31, 2010
The year that ends at midnight was, like all years, a mixed blessing. On the good side, it was a year that saw the Republican Party win control of the House in the incoming Congress, while on the bad side it saw aberrations such as Obamacare squeeze through Congress,...


May 3, 2010
President Barack Obama reprimanded top Pentagon officials last year for pressing publicly for a troop increase in Afghanistan.That's according to "The Promise," a book on Obama's first year in office by Newsweek writer Jonathan Alter. It goes on sale May 19.The book says...


Apr 27, 2010
Massey Energy Co., owner of the West Virginia coal mine where 29 miners were killed three weeks ago, accused unions on Monday of spreading a big lie that the company had traded safety for profit.
Organized labor hit back, charging that Massey's safety record was inferior...


Apr 19, 2010
Ministers from the world's biggest natural gas-producing countries, worried about slumping prices, agreed on Monday to work to index gas to oil, Russian Energy Minister Sergei Shmatko said.
The push by the Gas Exporting Countries Forum, or GECF, comes as natural gas, which...


Apr 13, 2010
The Left Coast Report: A Political Look at HollywoodHeadlines (Scroll down for complete stories):1. PETA Props Pamela Anderson on 'Dancing With the Stars'
2. Tina Fey in the Pocket for Obama
3. Blondes Make More Dough
4. Tiger Woods Roars Back
5. Jim Carrey Weighs In...


Apr 7, 2010
The Los Angeles City Council and employee unions are investigating whether Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has the authority to shut down municipal services two days a week.
The city's financial crisis led Moody's Investors Service to downgradethe city's credit rating and warn...


Mar 31, 2010
As the first quarter draws to a close, the Federal Reserve is expected to bring its $1.25 trillion mortgage-bond-buying spree to a close.
Here are some answers to basic questions about the U.S. central bank's unconventional and controversial initiative.
• What is a...

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