Thousands Expected for Slain New York Police Officer's Funeral
Vice President Joe Biden is due to make remarks at the service for Rafael Ramos, whose death, alongside his partner Wenjian Liu, has become a rallying point for police and their supporters around the country, beleaguered by months of street rallies by protesters who say police practices are marked by racism. [Full Story]
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Thousands Expected for Slain New York Police Officer's Funeral
Amnesty Order's Price Tag: $48 Million a Year
The high cost of President Obama's executive amnesty for millions of illegal aliens is beginning to be seen: for openers, 1,000 new federal employees, at $40 million in salaries per year, and a $7.8 million annual lease for office space in Virginia.... [Full Story]
Hillary Clinton's Economic Approach Under Scrutiny
If Hillary Rodham Clinton seeks the White House again, her message on the [Full Story]
Russia, poised to enter a recession, will burn through its rainy-day funds [Full Story]
Policies of Walker, Other GOP Governors Could Find National Play
One group of potential candidates for president probably won't be shuffling [Full Story]
10 Threats Demonstrators Made Against Police That The Media Didn't Tell You About
The mainstream media has given extensive coverage to the slaying of two [Full Story]
North Korea Denounces Obama as 'Monkey,' Blames US for Web Crash
North Korea called President Barack Obama a monkey and blamed the U.S. [Full Story]
Obama Contradicts Polls, Says Racial Divisions Reduced
The nation is less racially divided today than it was six years ago, [Full Story]
Foundation's Scott Neil: Injured Green Berets Need Your Help
A group of dedicated military veterans is asking for help in their quest [Full Story]
A growing number of cyber-security experts say a company insider rather [Full Story]
Egypt Bans Ridley Scott's 'Exodus' Over 'Historical Inaccuracies'
Egypt has banned Christian Bale's Exodus: Gods and Kings a week before [Full Story]
A spate of lone-wolf attacks in France proves that European countries [Full Story] |
President Barack Obama is sidling up to some strange political bedfellows [Full Story]
New Russian Military Doctrine Says NATO Top Threat
Russia identified NATO as the nation's No. 1 military threat and raised [Full Story]
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson Christmas Tweets Anger Christians
Renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson angered Christians on Christmas [Full Story]
Poll: Jeb Bush at Romney's Heels in Still Uncertain GOP 2016 Field
Just a week after former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush announced he was "actively" [Full Story]
A startup insurance company loaned $145 million by the U.S. government [Full Story]
Experts: Cuomo Ban Means Fracking Boom Will Bypass NY
Voters in New York overwhelmingly support Gov. Andrew Cuomo's announcement last week that he was imposing an indefinite statewide ban on fracking, says a Quinnnipiac poll. [Full Story]
Jeb Bush Stepping Down from Tenet Healthcare Board
As he takes steps toward a presidential run, Jeb Bush is resigning from the board of Tenet Healthcare Corp.The health care company said in a regulatory filing Wednesday that the former Florida governor told Tenet's board of directors that he would step down at the end of... [Full Story]
Mideast Expert Rabel: Europe Vulnerable to Lone-Wolf Terror
A spate of lone-wolf attacks in France proves that European countries helping to fight the Islamic State must also guard against radicals living in their midst, Middle East scholar Robert Rabil told "MidPoint" guest host Ric Blackwell on Newsmax TV on Friday. [Full Story] |
Egypt Bans Ridley Scott's 'Exodus' Over 'Historical Inaccuracies'
Egypt has banned Christian Bale's Exodus: Gods and Kings a week before its planned New Year's Eve release, according to 20th Century Fox. A report from the Egyptian site Mobtada said censors issued the ban due to movie's historical inaccuracies. Those included the film's... [Full Story]
Is Your Heartburn Med Weakening Your Bones?
Drugstore shelves are jammed with over-the-counter heartburn remedies and millions of American stake prescription drugs to knock down stomach acid. But a top bone specialist warns that routinely taking a pill for gastro-esophageal reflux may set you up for osteoporosis. [Full Story] |
Pay-Per-View Economics May Not Add Up for Sony’s ‘The Interview’
The economics of pay-per-view suggest Sony Pictures will have a hard time generating enough revenue to recoup the estimated $80 million it has spent so far making and marketing "The Interview."The movie opened in 331 theaters on Christmas day, taking in more than $1 million... [Full Story]
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