Under Pressure from GOP, Lynch Pledges Fresh Start as Attorney General
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Under pressure from Republicans, Loretta Lynch promised a fresh relationship with law enforcement and with Congress on Wednesday at confirmation hearings to become the nation's first female black attorney general. [Full Story]
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Under Pressure from GOP, Lynch Pledges Fresh Start as Attorney General
Latest House Republican Misstep Delays Border Security Plan
House Speaker John Boehner concedes the new Republican-led U.S. Congress has had "a couple of stumbles" as opposition within the party forced the indefinite postponement... [Full Story]
The Department of Homeland Security's funding deadline, once deemed [Full Story]
The FBI is investigating a series of terror bomb threats against U.S. [Full Story]
Obama: Netanyahu Meeting Before Israel Election 'Inappropriate'
President Barack Obama said he declined to meet with Benjamin Netanyahu [Full Story]
Clinton Ready to Testify on Benghazi, Top Democrat Says
The House committee that has been empaneled on the Benghazi attacks may [Full Story]
The Internal Revenue Service has granted a $4.5 million contract to [Full Story] |
'American Sniper' Chris Kyle Told Newsmax the Truth, Watch Him
Chris Kyle, co-author of the book "American Sniper," told Newsmax [Full Story] |
While positive economic indicators may be playing a role in President [Full Story]
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Republican 'Red' States Shoulder the Deepest Cuts Under Obama
As Washington has tightened its belt in recent years, the budget cuts have [Full Story]
Rep. Paul Ryan had a point to make Tuesday, and he made it in a way that [Full Story]
Military Has Wide Discretion on Bergdahl Charges
Army and Pentagon officials said Tuesday there has been no decision on [Full Story]
Loretta Lynch to Downplay Politics, Show Contrast to AG Holder
Loretta Lynch, the president's choice to replace Attorney General Eric [Full Story]
First Lady Draws Notice by Skipping Headscarf at Saudi Visit
Despite reports to the contrary, Saudi state television did not blur First [Full Story]
Jordan Ready to Swap Inmate for Pilot Held by Islamic State
Jordan is willing to swap an Iraqi woman prisoner involved in a deadly [Full Story]
The National Rifle Association is investigating reports that a leading [Full Story]
Administration Tells Agents to ID Which Illegals NOT to Deport
The Obama administration has ordered immigration agents to ask immigrants they encounter living in the country illegally whether they might qualify under President Barack Obama's plans to avoid deporting them, according to internal training materials obtained by The... [Full Story]
NY Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, Facing Charges, to Be Replaced
Sheldon Silver, facing federal corruption charges, will be replaced as speaker of the New York State Assembly next week, Democratic lawmakers said Tuesday. The New York Times reported that the move allows them to select a new leader in an election to be held Feb.... [Full Story]
Ron Christie: Crowd of Presidential Wannabes Could Hurt GOP
There are too many Republicans hinting at a 2016 presidential run and it's only going to hurt the party as it did in 2012 with Mitt Romney's defeat, says GOP strategist Ron Christie, a former member of Vice President Dick Cheney's staff. [Full Story] |
Jordan Ready to Swap Inmate for Pilot Held by Islamic State
Jordan is willing to swap an Iraqi woman prisoner involved in a deadly 2005 hotel bombing for a Jordanian pilot captured in December by extremists from the Islamic State group, a government spokesman said Wednesday.Such a swap would run counter to Jordan's hard-line... [Full Story]
Is Too Much Calcium Killing You?
We need lots of calcium for strong bones, especially as we age. Or do we? A top doctor is questioning the conventional wisdom about bone health, warning that daily calcium supplements commonly recommended for women are not only unnecessary, they can do grave harm. "As a... [Full Story]
Google's Waze App Endangers Police: LAPD Chief
Google's newly acquired Waze application poses a danger to police because of its ability to track their locations, the Los Angeles police chief said in a letter to the tech company's CEO.According to the document police chief Charlie Beck sent to Google CEO Larry Page on... [Full Story]
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