The Republican chairman of a House panel that oversees the U.S. Census Bureau slammed the Obama administration on Tuesday over reports that extensive changes to the agency's annual survey will make it virtually impossible to track how Obamacare has affected Americans. [Full Story]
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Farenthold: White House Census Grab Adds to 'General Distrust' Over President, Obamacare
Rogers: US Unable to Strike Secret al-Qaida Meeting
Video of a recent meeting of 100 al-Qaida members in Yemen, including some of its top leaders, is raising questions about whether the US was unaware of the outdoor event or unable to strike it with a drone attack.... [Full Story]
Peter King, Press Corps Irked Over White House Boston Observance
The White House press corps was unhappy that it was not allowed access [Full Story]
Democrats are plotting to rig the presidential voting system to ensure [Full Story]
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy says he doesn't know much about possible plans [Full Story]
Sen. Rand Paul on Tuesday likened his foreign policy philosophy to former [Full Story]
Lindsey Graham: Don't Trust Iran in Nuclear Talks
Iran isn't serious about nuclear negotiations with the United States, or [Full Story]
Nine out of 10 doctors would discourage others from choosing their [Full Story]
Turkey was behind the horrific Aug. 21, 2013, sarin gas attack that killed [Full Story]
Dick Morris: Democrats Conspiring to Rig Electoral College, Law Passed in 9 States So Far
A plan, now stealthily making its way through state legislatures with [Full Story]
Today's colleges and universities get a failing grade when it comes [Full Story] |
Three months of nuclear negotiations with Iran have yielded no [Full Story]
Panama's President Ricardo Martinelli will be indicted and prosecuted in [Full Story]
Under Obamacare, The Doctor Won't See You Now
Proponents of the Affordable Care Act insist the law will extend health [Full Story]
Chris Matthews: America Is 'Swimming' in Racism
MSNBC's Chris Matthews implied that Republicans disagreeing with [Full Story] |
New Book to Analyze Hillary's Tenure as Secretary of State
A new book about Hillary Clinton's time at the State Department is set [Full Story]
Ex-Ambassador Bolton: US Sanctions on Russia 'Trivial'
The sanctions the United States imposed on Russia to stave off aggression [Full Story]
New York Police End Muslim Surveillance Program
The New York City Police Department has terminated a secret program that spied on Muslims in the city. The program started in 2003 as way to identify terrorist activity, but it did not yield any credible leads. [Full Story]
Reagan: 'Electile' Dysfunction Ad by Boehner Foe Funny, but Ineffective
J.D. Winteregg is getting lots of laughs for his "electile dysfunction" themed ad targeting Ohio Republican Rep. John Boehner, but those laughs may not add up to votes, says Republican strategist Mike Reagan. [Full Story] |
Howie Carr: Media Have a 'Crush' on Boston Bombing Suspect Tsarnaev
One year after the Boston Marathon bombing, The Boston Herald's Howie Carr excoriated a story in the New York Times that he says painted a sympathetic picture of terror suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (pictured). [Full Story] |
6 Surprising Germ Hot Spots
Germs are everywhere, and although you may think you know their most popular hideouts, you might be surprised to find that some places you might never have thought of are crawling with the critters. People have a lot of misconceptions when it comes to germs, says Charles... [Full Story]
US Wins More Guilty Pleas in First Counterfeit Apps Case
The final defendants in what the U.S. government called its first prosecution of a counterfeit apps case have pleaded guilty over their roles in alleged schemes to traffic in pirated Android mobile device applications. [Full Story]

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