CEO Greg Wasson of the giant Walgreen drugstore chain may be thinking of other things than patriotism this 4th of July.
David Cay Johnston, the board president of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc., blamed racism and "fixed ideology that has no support in the empirical data" for opposition to increased taxes and spending.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was held for questioning on Tuesday over suspicions he used his influence to secure leaked details of an inquiry into alleged irregularities in his 2007 election campaign.
Now for our "What in the World" segment. It seems that everyone, President Obama, John Kerry, NATO, Grand Ayatollah Sistani, even the Iranian government -- has the same advice for prime minister of Iraq, Nuri al-Maliki.
She claims it made her anxious to the point of disability
Hillary Clinton claimed that, at the moment she and her husband were signing up for $18 million in book deals, that they were "dead broke."
A fear of voting has gripped Democratic leaders in the Senate, slowing the chamber's modest productivity this election season to a near halt.
Congress is gearing up for another government shutdown, this time over a minor federal agency that most Americans have never heard of: the Export-Import Bank.
An Arkansas Republican official has resigned after telling a magazine former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would "probably get shot" if she returned to the state where she was a lawyer and served as first lady, officials said on Thursday.
Already grappling with street protests led by the right, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is facing a new threat from an unlikely place: old-school leftists who accuse him of betraying the socialist legacy that carried him to power.
'She's generating an imperial image,' warned a former South Carolina Democratic Party chairman 'She's been living 30, going on 40 years with somebody bringing your coffee to you every morning'
The main reason that Debo Adegbile is not currently the head of the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division is Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Hope to keep 2nd Amendment out of key races
The revelation that the computers of Internal Revenue Service workers, including Tea Party prober Lois Lerner, were erased of critical emails sought by lawmakers has elevated the affair to -- and maybe beyond -- an old familiar presidential scandal,
Last week's Pew Research Center report detailing the partisanship that increasingly defines American life showed the average American is much more likely to choose to live near people of similar ideological bents.
"I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical."
Its possible to describe Rep.Eric Cantor as a serial sell-out.
Libertarianism, especially when infused with Christianity, is violently rejected in Washington
As if Hillary Clinton's book tour isn't already indistinguishable from a presidential campaign, outside groups are facing off to argue over her diplomatic record as she depicts it in Hard Choices, her State Department memoir.
Libertarian Party candidate Chris Holbrook received enough support to run for governor of Minnesota, despite local police shutting down his signature-collecting campaign.
Ever since the George W. Bush administration, evangelical pastors and churches have been America's loudest cheerleaders for virtually every act of war the U.S. has waged against foreign countries.
Lake Calhoun, MN- For months Benswann.com has reported on the uphill battle Libertarian candidates face when trying to obtain ballot access,
I've become obsessed with the UKIP star. His charisma and affability have risen his party to new heights.
Ukip leader fails to suppress his grin on a night his party delivered a seismic shift to British politics
'We're coming for YOU, Red Ed': Farage boasts there is no limit to UKIP's ambitions as he reveals plan to go after Miliband's Doncaster seat in the wake of Euro triumph
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For those pressed for time, here is the one-chart post-mortem of what happened in yesterday's elections for European Parliament:
Just as we had warned in the run-up to the European elections - and England's UKIP victory in local elections had suggested;
Britain’s ruling Conservative and Liberal Democrats were braced for a difficult Sunday night, amid expectations of a historic tally of votes for the UK Independence party in the European elections.
Banks are breathing a sigh of relief after established GOP incumbents bested a handful of Tea Party challengers at the polls recently.