Doyle McManus

Los Angeles Times

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Washington columnist for the Los Angeles Times

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Nobody knows what the first default in US government history might look like, and it might take until midnight Tuesday before the world knows whether it's going to happen.  The House…

How Is America Reacting to the Debt Ceiling Drama?

Nobody knows what the first default in US government history might look like, and it might take until midnight Tuesday before the world knows whether it's going to happen.  The House…

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As the debt-ceiling deadline looms, House Speaker John Boehner has been challenged by his own Republican majority.

How Does Gridlock Look from Outside the Beltway?

As the debt-ceiling deadline looms, House Speaker John Boehner has been challenged by his own Republican majority.

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Democrat  Leon Panetta  of Monterey served in Congress for 17 years. He was Bill Clinton's budget director and chief of staff, and he was part of the  Iraq Study Group .

Leon Panetta, Obama's Surprise Pick to Head the CIA

Democrat Leon Panetta of Monterey served in Congress for 17 years. He was Bill Clinton's budget director and chief of staff, and he was part of the Iraq Study Group .

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