Iran's Nuclear Stockpile Growing, Not 'Frozen'
Iran Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei
Iran's stockpile of nuclear fuel increased about 20 percent over the last 18 months, while high-stakes talks were underway — despite the Obama administration’s claim Iran's program was "frozen." The spike was revealed by an International Atomic Energy Agency document, The New York Times reports. [Full Story]
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Iran's Nuclear Stockpile Growing, Not 'Frozen'
FBI Reveals It's Operating Own Surveillance Air Force Over Major US Cities
The Associated Press has learned the FBI is operating a small air force with scores of low-flying planes across the country carrying video or, at times, cellphone surveillance technology.The surveillance equipment is generally used without a judge's approval, and the FBI...... [Full Story]
Iowa Poll: Republicans Interested in Trade, Taxes, Not Social Issues
As they campaign through Iowa in the months leading up to the nation's [Full Story]
Israeli Bank Chief: Arab Population Overwhelming Jewish State
Israel's central bank chief says demographic changes such as aging and [Full Story]
Campaign to Draft Elizabeth Warren for Presidential Race Is Shutting Down
An effort to draft Elizabeth Warren into the 2016 presidential race plans [Full Story]
Rick Santorum: I'm Different, I'm Trustworthy, I'm Electable
Former Sen. Rick Santorum, who last week jumped into the crowded pool of [Full Story]
RFK Jr. to Newsmax: CDC Vaccine Program a 'Cesspool of Corruption'
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Barney Frank to Newsmax: Americans Should Fear Govt. Indecision on Terror
Americans should be less afraid of the National Security Agency (NSA) [Full Story]
Americans Open Home Storage IRAs in Record Numbers
SPECIAL: Up to $600 in free silver for new accounts. [Full Story]
Russian warplanes have flown near the USS Ross several times over the past [Full Story]
The secretary general of scandal-racked FIFA - a top lieutenant of the [Full Story]
The announcer with an American accent offers an upbeat roundup of the day's [Full Story]
McCain: Rand Paul Would Be the 'Worst Candidate We Could Put Forward'
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Rubio to Kerry: I'll Block US Ambassador to Cuba Nominees
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, a Republican candidate for president, said Monday [Full Story]
Top level talks were said to be taking place in Berlin on Monday evening [Full Story]
Supreme Court Rules for Muslim Woman Denied Job at Clothing Store
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of a Muslim woman who filed [Full Story]
Move over, President Barack Obama — Caitlyn Jenner has hit Twitter. On [Full Story]
Lindsey Graham Announces 2016 Presidential Campaign
Senator Lindsey Graham announced his campaign for president on Monday, [Full Story]
'Call Me Caitlyn': Bruce Jenner Debuts 'Her' on Vanity Fair Cover
Caitlyn Jenner appears on the July cover of Vanity Fair in the world's [Full Story]
2 VA Officials Suspended After Audit Uncovers Misconduct
Two senior officials at the Department of Veterans Affairs were suspended Monday after an audit found they charged subordinates money to attend a work-related party that featured psychic readings. [Full Story]
Rubio, Bush, Walker Lead 2016 GOP Hopefuls at Disney Summit
Seven prominent Republicans, including Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, and other potential presidential candidates, will all attend an event at Walt Disney World on Tuesday. [Full Story]
Dershowitz: Security Spectrum Has Swung Too Far Both Ways Since 9/11
The pendulum has swung far too wide – in both directions – when it comes to national security since 9/11, Harvard professor and lawyer Alan Dershowitz tells Newsmax TV. [Full Story] |
France Studying Video of Woman Thought Taken Hostage in Yemen
France is trying to authenticate a video purporting to show a Frenchwoman taken hostage in Yemen appealing to President Francois Hollande and Yemen's exiled President Abd Rabo Mansour Hadi to seek her release, a diplomatic source said on Monday. [Full Story]
Roubini: Financial Markets Are 'a Time Bomb'
While massive central bank easing has created huge pools of liquidity in the financial systems of developed economies in recent years, liquidity in their financial markets has shrunk, notes economist Nouriel Roubini of New York University. [Full Story]
6 Foods That Stop Diabetes
Diabetes is rampant in America with 18.8 million people diagnosed with the disease and 7 million undiagnosed. The majority have Type 2 diabetes, and obesity caused by overeating is generally recognized as the major cause. In addition to eating too much food, we are also... [Full Story]
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