Poll: Nearly Half Say Obama Has Widened Racial Divide
Nearly half of Americans say that President Barack Obama has caused further division among racial groups in the United States, according to a new Rasmussen Reports poll released Friday. [Full Story]
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Poll: Nearly Half Say Obama Has Widened Racial Divide
Washington Post: Clintons Paid Staffer to Maintain Email Server
Ex-State Department staffer Bryan Pagliano, who this week invoked his Fifth Amendment rights before a congressional committee, was paid personally by Hillary Clinton... [Full Story]
Sen. Toomey: 'Not Too Late To Save America' From Iran Deal
The Iran deal is "very dangerous" and will "make America and the rest [Full Story] |
Migrants Flood Into Austria, Germany as Hungarian Crackdown Crumbles
Austria and Germany threw open their borders to thousands of exhausted [Full Story]
Charter Schools Ruled Unconstitutional in Washington State
The Washington Supreme Court ruled Friday that the state's voter-approved [Full Story]
Larry Kudlow: Fed Should Make Tiny Rate Hike Just to Calm Markets
I’ll offer a compromise thought that might settle the will-they/won’t-they [Full Story]
Watchdog: 900,000 Vets Are Waiting for Healthcare
Nearly 900,000 military veterans have officially pending applications for [Full Story]
GOP Debate a Big Moneymaker for CNN
Get in your bids fast. CNN says only one commercial slot remained available [Full Story]
Economist Warns: Looming Market Collapse Will “Devastate” The Unprepared . . .
SPECIAL: The coming financial crisis will cause a 90% stock market drop [Full Story]
Rasmussen Poll: 47 Percent Say Obama Has Driven Races Apart
Nearly half of Americans say that President Barack Obama has caused further [Full Story]
Gun Shop Etches Bible Verse on Assault Rifle to Deter Islamists
A gun shop outside of Orlando, Fla. has created an assault rifle the owner [Full Story]
Saudi Arabia Caves on Iran Nuclear Deal After Obama Meeting
Saudi Arabia is satisfied with President Obama's assurances about the Iran [Full Story]
Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin to Oppose Iran Nuclear Deal
After President Obama received the number of votes in Congress he needed [Full Story]
Trump Campaign Will 'Likely' Press Charges in Scuffle With Protester
A man protesting Donald Trump's views on immigration who wound up in a [Full Story]
2 Men Claiming to Have Found Nazi Gold Train Appear on Polish TV
Two men appeared on Polish TV Friday saying they are the finders of a Nazi [Full Story]
Huckabee: Kentucky Clerk's Arrest 'Criminalization of Christianity'
Putting Kentucky clerk Kim Davis behind bars without bail for refusing [Full Story] |
AFT's Randi Weingarten: Unions 'Still Matter'
In recognition of Labor Day, American Federation of Teachers President [Full Story]
Rep. Ed Royce Slams White House for Syrian Refugee Crisis
House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce blamed the Obama [Full Story]
Clinton Apologizes for 'Confusing' Email Probe, Aims to Be Transparent
Hillary Clinton apologized Friday for how confusing the email scandal [Full Story]
Rabbi Boteach Slams Sen. Cory Booker for Backing Iran Deal
The Orthodox Jewish commentator and writer who calls himself "America's [Full Story]
Oregon Judge Refuses to Perform Same-Sex Marriages
Judge Vance Day of Marion County, Oregon, is being investigated by a judicial fitness commission in part over his refusal to perform same-sex marriages on religious grounds, a spokesman for the judge said. [Full Story]
Gallup: Trump's Favorability Soars Among GOP Men
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's favorability rating has jumped 7 points in the past two weeks in the latest Gallup poll, with nearly all of his support coming from men. [Full Story]
Dershowitz Rips Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis: A 'Bigot,' Not a Martyr
Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples in defiance of the Supreme Court, is a bigot, renowned civil-rights lawyer Alan Dershowitz tells Newsmax TV. [Full Story]
Japan Lifts Evacuation Order for Town Near Doomed Nuke Plant
Japan's government on Saturday lifted a 4 1/2-year-old evacuation order for the northeastern town of Naraha that had sent all of the town's 7,400 residents away following the disaster at the nearby Fukushima nuclear plant. [Full Story]
Greenspan: 'Baffled' by Any Worries About Interest-Rate Hike
Alan Greenspan, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, said he's "baffled" by the idea that an interest rate hike of 25 basis points would hamper global business activity. [Full Story]
How to Get Enough Vitamin D From the Sun Without Risking Cancer
Vitamin D can protect against a wide range of conditions. Unfortunately the primary source — the sun — can also cause skin cancer. But a leading cancer specialist has devised a five-point plan for getting enough vitamin D without putting yourself at risk. [Full Story]
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