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GOP Slams Obama for Attacks on Immigration Impasse
Obama: After 9/11, US 'Tortured Some Folks'
The United States tortured al Qaida detainees captured after the 9/11 attacks, President Obama acknowledged Friday, in some of his most expansive comments to date about a controversial set of CIA practices that he banned after taking office.... [Full Story]
President Barack Obama admitted on Friday that the U.S. tortured some [Full Story]
Republicans quickly slammed President Barack Obama's attack on the GOP [Full Story]
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher: European Allies Have Become 'Weenies'
The United States' European allies have become "a bunch of weenies" on [Full Story]
Obama on Putin: 'Sometimes People Don't Always Act Rationally'
President Barack Obama phoned Russia's Vladimir Putin to urge him to stop [Full Story]
Texas Lt. Gov. Dewhurst: We Need Congress to Pass a Border Bill
Texas is doing its part to help alleviate the migration crisis at [Full Story] |
Amid mounting criticism of Secretary of State John Kerry and CIA Director [Full Story]
Conservative lawmakers have put pressure on House Speaker John Boehner [Full Story] |
Slightly more Americans identify politically as being Democrats than [Full Story]
Despite almost daily revelations emerging about the IRS tea [Full Story] |
Former Rep. Barney Frank is keen on the current activist campaign to draft [Full Story]
Report: Snowden Leaks Linked to Changes in al-Qaida Operations
A leading "big data" technology firm has claimed it has substantial proof [Full Story]
President Barack Obama told Russian President Vladimir Putin Friday that [Full Story]
Ben Carson Lays Groundwork for 2016 White House Bid
Ben Carson, the retired neurosurgeon and popular conservative writer and [Full Story]
Kerry Condemns 'Outrageous' Gaza Truce Violations
The Obama administration on Friday condemned violations of the [Full Story]
House Republicans pushed legislation on Friday that would clear the way [Full Story]
Twelve States Challenge EPA Coal Plant Emissions Limits
A dozen states led by West Virginia sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to block a proposed rule that would limit carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants. [Full Story]
House Democrats Raise Record $4.8M by Hyping GOP Impeachment
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has raised a record $4.8 million in one week after shining a spotlight on Republicans calls to impeach President Barack Obama. [Full Story]
Ari Fleischer: Obama Must Declare Support for Israel
President Barack Obama must declare the nation's unwavering support of Israel in clear and concise terms, according to Ari Fleischer, the former White House spokesman for President George W. Bush. [Full Story] |
Hidden Sources of Radiation: Are You in Danger?
When many people think of radiation exposure, they think of mushroom clouds following a nuclear explosion. The truth is, though, we're all exposed to radiation each and every day through the environment - the Earth itself emits radiation - and through choices we make, such... [Full Story]
Scientists: Earth Had Narrow Escape From 2012 Solar Storm
A powerful solar storm's near-miss with Earth two years ago could have wreaked massive havoc, but businesses and government agencies are working on ways to cope with wild space weather – from protecting electric grids to rerouting flights, Vox reported Wednesday. [Full Story]
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