Poll: Americans Want Boots on the Ground Fighting ISIS
A significant majority of Americans support sending U.S. ground troops to fight the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria... [Full Story]
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Poll: Americans Want Boots on the Ground Fighting ISIS
GOP Gears Up for Supreme Court Obamacare Fray
War rooms of lawmakers are working furiously to try to influence the Supreme Court's nine justices who will hear arguments on Wednesday on the future of Obamacare... [Full Story]
Ben Carson: Being Gay 'Absolutely' a Choice — Look at Prisons
Tea party Republican and potential 2016 presidential candidate Dr. Ben [Full Story]
Jeb Bush Advisers to Donors: $1 Million Limit, for Now
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Paul Ryan: GOP's Tax Credit Health Plan Gives Choice Free Rein
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Report: Dad Calls Jihadi John 'a Dog, an Animal'
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Feds: Snowden Would Face Charges If He Returns
A Russian lawyer for Edward Snowden said on Tuesday the fugitive former [Full Story]
GOP Lawmakers Eyeing Ways to Slide Keystone Into Law
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This Brilliant Mortgage Payoff Method Has Banks On Edge
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Petraeus May Avoid Prison for Leaking Military Secrets
Former CIA director David Petraeus appears likely to avoid prison time [Full Story]
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Ruddy: Bill O'Reilly and Media Horseradish
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Clinton Asks If Women Want to See a Female President
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday credited women with making a difference at all [Full Story]
Obamacare Subsidies for Millions Hang on Court’s View of ‘State’
The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to consider the fate of President Barack [Full Story]
Kerry Heads to Saudi Arabia to Consult on Iran Nuke Talks
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Sen. Rubio: Raising Taxes by Executive Order Blow to Rule of Law
Sen. Marco Rubio said any plan by the White House to raise taxes by [Full Story]
Tsarnaev Goes on Trial in Boston Marathon Bombing
His life on the line, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev went on trial Wednesday in the Boston Marathon bombing, with prosecutors saying he used a backpack to plant a bomb designed to tear people apart and create a bloody spectacle. A shaggy-haired Tsarnaev, 21, stared straight ahead and... [Full Story]
Phyllis Schlafly: Obama Immigration Acts an Election 'Scheme'
President Barack Obama is stacking the election deck for Democrats with his immigration executive actions, conservative doyenne Phyllis Schlafly says. [Full Story]
Rand Paul: Benghazi, not Email, Disqualifies Hillary as President
Fresh off his presidential straw poll win at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Sen. Rand Paul told Newsmax TV on Tuesday that the likely Democratic nominee for 2016, Hillary Clinton, has no business seeking the Oval Office. [Full Story] |
US Commander: 12,000 Russian Soldiers in Ukraine Supporting Rebels
The U.S. military estimates around 12,000 Russian soldiers are supporting pro-Moscow separatists in eastern Ukraine, U.S. Army Europe Commander Ben Hodges said on Tuesday.The Russian forces are made up of military advisers, weapons operators and... [Full Story]
Suffering Unexplained Pain? You Could Have This Common Condition
Do you hurt all over? Are you always tired, yet can't get a good night's sleep? If so, you may be suffering from fibromyalgia and not know it, says Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, nationally recognized authority on pain, and author of the book Pain Free 1-2-3! Fibromyalgia is one... [Full Story]
NASA Scientists Studying Mysterious Lights on Distant Planet
A NASA spacecraft has detected strange bright spots on the surface of Ceres, the dwarf planet it is expected to begin orbiting on Friday.The early images are just a frustrating teaser. Scientists won't know more about the mysterious light until NASA's Dawn spacecraft starts... [Full Story]
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