Court Strikes Down Idaho Abortion Limitation An Idaho statute banning abortions after the fetus reaches 20 weeks of age was struck down by the US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals as "an undue burden on a parent's ability to get an abortion."
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Failure to Disclose $26 Million in Bribes an "Oversight" Says CEO Recent revelations that the Clinton Foundation neglected to report over $26 million in payments from major corporations, universities, foreign sources and other groups was chara
Feds Warn Lenders Not to Deny Loans to Welfare Recipients The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) warned financial institutions that they could be prosecuted if they deny home loans to persons subsisting on welfare benefits. CFPB Direct
State Department Declines to Pursue Influence Peddling Allegations Suspicion that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have been involved in questionable financial transactions between foreign governments and the Clinton Foundation was br
Justice Suggests Allowing Gay Marriage May Not Go Far Enough In oral arguments over whether states should be compelled to recognize gay marriages, Justice Sonia Sotomayor wondered "whether merely permitting gays to marry would be sufficient. The
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Obama and his 'Anger Translator' Luther in Epic WHCD Speech, Keegan-Michael Key (Comedy Central's "Key and Peele") is Barack Obama's 'Anger translator' at White House Correspondents' Dinner 2015
House Speaker Pleads for Hillary to Turn Over Computer Server A new slew of allegations has emerged implying that the Clinton Foundation may have accepted bribes in exchange for Hillary to use her Secretary of State status to influence government
Bipartisan Plea for Lynch Confirmation President Obama's nominee for Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, received a vote of support from both media star Al Sharpton and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush this week. Her confirmation has been held up by
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Work Requirement Pares Maine Food Stamp Recipients Enforcement of a work requirement by Republican Governor Paul LePage's administration has led to 9,000 former recipients being declared ineligible to receive food stamps. Under the work requiremen
"When your junk was passed by Gmail, the NSA caught a copy of that," the fugitive leaker tells the HBO host.
Rising Sales of US Constitution Put Department of Homeland Security on Alert A surge of book sales that pushed the US Constitution into the top ten best seller list of the Conservative Book Club has caused federal officials to put the Department o
Sacramento tried to hop its way into the record books today by attempting the world's largest Easter egg hunt.
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Bergdahl Didn't Desert, Lawyer Says While the Army has decided to charge Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl with desertion and "misbehaving before the enemy," his lawyer, Eugene Fidell, contends that Bergdahl never intended to desert. "Sgt Bergdahl had s
In a debate with Michael Hayden and Alan Dershowitz, Glenn Greenwald pokes fun at how "very well protected" the data the NSA collects actually is.
Obama Exempts White House from Freedom of Information Act Contending that "constant prying by the enemies of this Administration are impeding my ability to smoothly rule this country," President Obama issued a decree exempting the White House
Though there are plenty of German blog entries and forum posts that describe America as a lovely place filled with genuinely kind people, on the whole, Germany's attitude toward the United States seems more like that of
Obama Admin May Bypass Congress, Seek UN Approval of Iran Deal This week the Obama Administration has indicated it may bypass Congress and go directly to the United Nations to obtain international approval of its pending agreement with Iran.
Dems Label Inquiry into Hillary's Emails "Witch Hunt" The revelation that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of an insecure private email account for top secret communications has even liberal commentators concerned. On MSNBC's
FCC Issues Secret Regulations for Internet Anxious to rescue the Internet from what Federal Communications Chairman Tom Wheeler called a "regime of anarchy," the FCC approved over 300 pages of new rules designed "to bring order to this disor
Government Panel Calls for Measures to Upgrade Our Health The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) issued a 571 page report outlining its recommendations for transforming Americans' health. Citing persistent high levels of overweight and o
Amnesty "Loophole" May Allow Illegals to Vote Secretaries of state from Ohio and Kansas say that the documents--driver's licenses and Social Security numbers--being provided to the illegal immigrants granted amnesty by President Obama open a
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