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GOP: Obama Trying to Avoid Admitting Ebola Travel Ban Would Work
Catholic Leader: Leftists Wrote Radical Paper, Then Leaked It
A leftist element within the Vatican was behind a controversial church document calling for liberal attitudes toward gays, divorce and remarriage, Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, tells Newsmax TV.... [Full Story] |
Florida Gov. Rick Scott blasted Democratic challenger and former Gov. [Full Story]
The United States has spent about $424 million fighting the Islamic State [Full Story]
Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, who oversaw the paper's coverage [Full Story]
US Ordering 34 Million Green Cards for Illegal Plan
With some lawmakers predicting a sweeping executive order on immigration [Full Story]
Republicans on Tuesday slammed the latest travel restrictions by the Obama [Full Story]
Experts Warn That U.S. Is Heading For an Economic Crisis Worse Than 2008
Special: Many inside the U.S. intelligence community fear a single [Full Story]
Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich says an Associated Press report got it [Full Story]
Ex-Adviser Sayfie: Jeb Bush Would Be 'Great President'
Will former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush run for the 2016 Republican presidential [Full Story]
Tired of waiting for the federal government to ban travel from West African [Full Story]
Canada was faced with the specter of Islamist violence Tuesday after a [Full Story]
A peace organizer in Sierra Leone who gained worldwide attention for [Full Story] |
The FBI said Tuesday that it's investigating the possibility that three [Full Story]
Rep. Louis Gohmert says new travel restrictions on people coming into the [Full Story]
Even though the number of Central American minors coming across the [Full Story] |
ISIS Fighters Seize Weapons Cache Meant for Kurds
Islamic State group fighters seized at least one cache of weapons [Full Story]
Ebola Vaccines Carry Downsides as Makers Rush to Trials
Each of the Ebola vaccines being lined up for testing carries potential downsides, researchers say, ranging from efficacy that faded in less than a year to the chance it will give healthy people flu-like symptoms. [Full Story]
Poll: Va. Voters Lukewarm to a Clinton Presidential Run
Hillary Clinton may be dominating many national polls as the Democratic Party's 2016 presidential nominee, but in Virginia, a new poll shows that voters there are less enthusiastic about her chances. [Full Story]
Sen. Grassley: $1 Billion in Paid Leave for Federal Workers 'Ridiculous'
Sen. Chuck Grassley says a report that taxpayers shelled out nearly a billion dollars to federal workers sent home on paid leave while being probed for misbehavior shows "ridiculous" mismanagement by the government and must be stopped. [Full Story] |
Top Doctor's Breast Cancer Cure Campaign Is Personal
For cancer specialist Dr. Priscilla Brastianos, the hunt for a cure is personal. The Boston-based oncologist lost both her mother and grandmother to breast cancer. Now she is helping to lead an international research effort to track how and why breast cancer spreads — and how to stop it. [Full Story] |
Paralyzed Man Walks After Cells for Smelling Placed in Spine
A man paralyzed from the chest down in a knife attack is walking again after undergoing surgery using cells responsible for the sense of smell, marking an advance in the search for treatments for spinal injuries. Darek Fidyka, 38, received the cells after failing to recover... [Full Story]
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