Soaring in Polls, Trump Vows No Apologies, No Debate Coach
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As he continues to climb in both state and national polls, billionaire developer Donald Trump vowed to be his own man in the first GOP debates scheduled for next week. He also refused to apologize for controversial rape comments made by an attorney on his staff. [Full Story]
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Soaring in Polls, Trump Vows No Apologies, No Debate Coach
Huckabee Not Backing Off Obama 'Oven' Comments
Mike Huckabee isn't backing down from his controversial comments on the deal with Iran, and said Tuesday that if he is elected president, he would not have a problem using the same language concerning other deals with the Middle Eastern country. ... [Full Story] |
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NFL: Brady Destroyed Cell Phone, 10,000 Text Messages in 'Deflategate'
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday upheld the four-game suspension [Full Story]
New Celebrity Video Urges Congress to Back Iran Deal
A group of celebrities, ranging from Queen Noor of Jordan to actors [Full Story] |
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Jake Tapper Offers Ben Carson Condolences on Dead Mom - Who's Alive
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The CoQ10 Scam Exposed
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House Panel Slams Kerry on 'Condescending' Testimony on Iran Deal
House Republicans bashed Secretary of State John Kerry on the Iran [Full Story] |
Ted Cruz: Justice Department Should Investigate Planned Parenthood
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, a Republican candidate for president, suggested [Full Story] |
Amazon Wants Dedicated Air Space for Delivery Drones
Online retail colossus Amazon wants to carve out a special zone of the [Full Story]
Will Pentagon Health IT Project Be Another Healthcare.gov Disaster?
The Pentagon is close to awarding a $10.5 billion, 18-year health [Full Story]
Ben Carson: Fetal Tissue Not Needed for Most Research
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Newspaper Jobs Slip to Lowest Level on Record
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Huckabee to Newsmax: Religious Liberty Battle Not Lost Cause
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee told Newsmax TV Tuesday [Full Story]
Conservative Meadows Makes Longshot Bid to Oust Boehner
A U.S. House Republican filed a procedural move Tuesday that could set [Full Story]
Palin Takes to Facebook, Urging #DefundPlannedParenthood
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has merged two recent major headlines [Full Story]
Lerner Used Program That Automatically Deleted Messages
Lois Lerner, the retired IRS official at the center of a 2013 conservative [Full Story]
Frm. Ambassador Marc Ginsberg: Kerry Sounds Like a 'Used Car Salesman'
Secretary of State John Kerry sounds like a used car salesman trying to [Full Story]
NFL: Brady Destroyed Cell Phone, 10,000 Text Messages in 'Deflategate'
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday upheld the four-game suspension given to quarterback Tom Brady for his role in a scheme to deflate the footballs in the AFC championship game that put the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. Brady, one of the National Football... [Full Story]
Walker: We May Not Know GOP Nominee Until Convention
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Tuesday that with such a crowded and well qualified field of candidates, it's possible the GOP nominee may not be known until close to the Republican convention. [Full Story]
Huckabee to Newsmax: Religious Liberty Battle Not Lost Cause
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee told Newsmax TV Tuesday that he refuses to accept that America is entering a post-Christian era. [Full Story]
Obama in Ethiopia: 'If I Ran Again, I Could Win'
While promoting democracy during a speech to the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, President Barack Obama boasted that if the Constitution didn't prohibit it, the American people would elect him president for a third term, according to CNN. [Full Story]
CDC Should Admit Coverup of Vaccine-Autism Link: Top Doctor
Last summer, Dr. William Thompson, a senior epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control, admitted that he had helped the CDC hide data from a study that linked the MMR vaccine to autism. Holistic doctor David Brownstein tells Newsmax Health the CDC is still not owning... [Full Story]
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