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House Republicans intend to pass "skinnied down" emergency funding legislation this week before the August recess to address the border crisis, but it is expected to fall far short of the $3.7 billion requested by President Barack Obama, said Texas Republican Sen. John Cornyn. [Full Story]
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Cornyn: House to Pass 'Skinnied Down' Bill to Aid Border Crisis
US Can't Track Weapons Given to Afghanistan
The United States supplied almost three quarters of a million weapons to Afghanistan's army and police since 2004, but the military cannot track where many of those arms have gone, a new report found. ... [Full Story]
Incoming House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., refused to take [Full Story]
Conservative columnist George Will stunned "Fox News Sunday" host [Full Story] |
The State Department on Sunday released high-altitude satellite images [Full Story]
The United Nations is becoming more "anti-Israel, anti-Semitic," [Full Story] |
White House: GOP May Try to Impeach
One of President Barack Obama's top advisers says the White House takes [Full Story]
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has launched her own channel online, in [Full Story]
President Barack Obama would easily be beaten by 2012 Republican nominee [Full Story]
WSJ: Republicans Could Win Up to 10 Senate Seats in November
Republicans are running competitively for 10 Senate seats now held by [Full Story]
House Republicans intend to pass skinnied down emergency funding [Full Story]
A federal lawsuit by Greek shipping magnate Victor Restis is on pause while [Full Story]
Stepping up pressure on Moscow, the U.S. has released satellite images [Full Story]
The radical Islamist group terrorizing Iraq and ousting Christians there [Full Story]
To stop others from arriving, the United States should quickly deport [Full Story]
Palin Challenges WashPost 'Wusses' to Cover Obama Like Nixon
Sarah Palin issued a challenge to the Washington Post to do the same job [Full Story]
The chairmen of the House and Senate Veterans Affairs committees have [Full Story]
Quinnipiac Poll: Floridians High on Legal Marijuana
Florida could soon be the next state to allow medical marijuana, according to the results of a Quinnipiac University poll, which finds that 88 percent of Sunshine State voters support the idea, which will be voted on in November. [Full Story]
WSJ: Republicans Could Win Up to 10 Senate Seats in November
Republicans are running competitively for 10 Senate seats now held by Democrats, heightening chances for the party to capture a majority of the U.S. Senate in 2014, The Wall Street Journal reported. [Full Story]
Albright: Globalization Partly to Blame for World's Crises
The world "clearly was dangerous" when the West could focus on the Soviet Union as the main enemy, says former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, but with multiple points of conflict now, the danger is harder to focus on. Part of the problem, she said Sunday on "Face... [Full Story]
5 Ways to Boost Energy
Many people turn to coffee and other caffeinated beverages for a little pick-me-up. But such quick-fix energy boosters provide only temporary results and can negatively affect your heart rate, blood pressure, and mood. The good news is there are better, safer ways to boost your energy. [Full Story]
Why Is Demand for Tablets Slowing?
Touted as the next big thing in computing when it was introduced by Apple in 2010, the tablet computer has seen a recent decline in sales growth, CNBC reports. The reasons are multiple, including the fact that people are able to do a lot with their smartphones that wasn't... [Full Story]
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