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New intelligence indicating Yemeni bomb-makers are joining terrorists in Syria to build new types of virtually undetectable bombs is "more frightening than anything I think I've seen as attorney general," Eric Holder said Sunday. [Full Story]
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'Extreme Concern' Over Threat of Undetectable Terrorist Bombs
Holder Blasts Palin, Calls Some Obama Critics Racist
Attorney General Eric Holder slammed former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin Sunday, saying she is neither a very good legal scholar nor an effective vice presidential candidate. He also said he believed that some critics of the president attack him because he is the nation's first...... [Full Story]
Rupert Murdoch: Climate Change Mostly Natural
Climate change is nothing new, says News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch, [Full Story]
Chris Christie Faults Obama for Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says President Barack Obama is at least [Full Story]
Santorum: Republican Party Needs a 'Positive Vision'
The Republican Party is very divided, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick [Full Story] |
No Iran Breakthrough with Kerry in Vienna
Joint efforts by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and three other Western [Full Story]
Mike Rogers: President Has Tools to Stop Immigration Crisis
President Barack Obama has ways to immediately stop the immigration crisis [Full Story]
Netanyahu: Imagine If US Cities Were Fending Off Missiles Like Israel
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rebuffed international calls [Full Story]
New intelligence reports indicate that Yemeni bomb-makers are joining [Full Story] |
Pope Francis: Two Percent of Priests Are Pedophiles
About two percent of Roman Catholic clerics are sexual abusers, an Italian [Full Story]
Albert Hunt: Tea Party Remains Challenge to Republican Establishment
The Republican establishment beat back most challenges from its movement [Full Story]
Rick Perry: Obama Still Isn't Serious About Border Security
President Barack Obama asked Texas Gov. Rick Perry to lean on Texas [Full Story]
Richard Shelby: Tough Battles Ahead on Major Spending Bills
This year was supposed to be different for Congress. U.S. lawmakers [Full Story]
Ed Royce: Only Tough Sanctions Will Break Iran's Nuke Habit
The only way to stop Iran from giving Hamas the deadly missiles it is [Full Story]
The US has more graduates with degrees in science, technology, engineering, [Full Story]
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey said Republicans should not abandon their [Full Story]
Mike McCaul: We Can't Warehouse Child Illegals
Congress should act on the immigration crisis on the southern border before [Full Story]
6 Hurt in Fire on Famed Observation Deck in Rockefeller Center
Six people suffered minor burns Sunday evening when a camera caught fire on the observation deck of the New York landmark building, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, fire officials said. Five adults refused treatment while a child was taken to an area hospital and remains in stable... [Full Story]
Christie: GOP Shouldn't Back Down on Gay Marriage
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey said Republicans should not abandon their opposition to gay marriage, Time magazine reported. The issue is settled in New Jersey, given Democratic control of the legislature and recent judicial rulings, Christie acknowledged. While... [Full Story]
John McCain: Fly Illegals Home ASAP
There is one way to solve the immigration crisis going on at the United States' southern border, Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain believes: Send the illegal immigrants back home. There has to be a halt to this, McCain told CNN State of the Union host Candy Crowley... [Full Story]
CNBC: Warren Buffett Moves Toward a Bigger Bet on Energy
Warren Buffett appears to be shifting into energy stocks in a bigger way, according to CNBC. The sector is no stranger to him - after all, his top holding, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, is a major shipper of Western coal and Bakken shale oil. [Full Story]
5 Fatty Foods That Are Good for You
For decades, health experts have advised cutting back on dietary fat, suggesting that the best way to avoid being fat was to simply avoid eating fat. But it turns out that fat is not a great dietary evil and the latest studies show some fats are even good for you, a top cardiologist explains. [Full Story] |
YouTube Weighs Funding Efforts to Boost Premium Content
YouTube has embarked on a new round of discussions with Hollywood and independent producers to fund premium content, two sources with knowledge of the talks told Reuters, a move that could bolster a three-year-old multimillion-dollar effort that has had mixed success so... [Full Story]
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