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WASHINGTON, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Republican gains in the U.S. Congress could have a profound effect on policy, from climate change legislation to the budget deficit.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Exuberant Republican leaders promised on Wednesday to exercise their new power in Congress to slash spending, create jobs and reduce government -- and said they hoped President Barack Obama would work with them.
REUTERS - Now that the U.S. midterm elections are over, Congress is scheduled to hold a special work period called a
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Exuberant Republicans on Wednesday vowed to slash the size of the U.S. government and challenge President Barack Obama's agenda after voters swept them back into power in the House of Representatives.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama could turn to foreign policy as a way to claw back popularity after his midterm elections setback, which has left him weakened in domestic politics.
VANCOUVER (Reuters) - British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell, whose popularity has been battered by a new sales tax policy, announced his resignation on Wednesday saying he had become a distraction for the government.