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Tea Party Activists Across Nation Protest IRS Abuse
CINCINNATI -- Tea party activists waving flags and signs, singing patriotic songs and chanting anti-IRS slogans protested outside federal buildings across the country Tuesday to protest the agency's extra scrutiny of conservative groups. A crowd packed the sidewalks in...
Red Tape Delayed Oklahoma Town's Tornado Shelter Program
The tornado-devastated town of Moore, Okla., had complained in February about regulatory delays from state and federal agencies that were preventing it from getting money for its county-wide tornado shelter rebate program.
ESPN Layoffs Confirmed by Network; Could Affect as Many as 400
ESPN is reportedly planning to lay off hundreds of staffers Tuesday, sports website Deadspin reported, in the network's first major staff reduction since 2009.
Rand Paul Objects to Hearings on Apple's Tax Avoidance
While most senators seem to be mad at Apple for avoiding billions of dollars in taxes, Sen. Rand Paul is mad at other senators for being mad at Apple.
Jodi Arias Tells Jury She Can Contribute to Society if Life Spared
PHOENIX -- Jodi Arias told a jury Tuesday that she can contribute to society if allowed to live, saying she'd like to start literacy, recycling and other programs in prison. Arias addressed the jury in the penalty phase of her trial as the panel considers whether to...
Ohio Bill Denies Driver's Licenses for Immigrants
Ohio Republican lawmakers want to keep immigrants who have temporary amnesty from the federal government from getting driver's licenses.
Philly Residents May Soon Cough Up More to Smoke, Drink
No ifs, and, or butts about it, residents of Philadelphia may soon pay more to smoke and drink.
Boy Scouts to Vote This Week on Lifting Ban on Gay Youth
Leaders of Boy Scout groups across the country will vote this week on a controversial proposal that would remove the organization's ban on gay scouts but not gay adult leaders. Hundreds of champions and opponents of the proposed change are expected to rally in Grapevine, a...
SC Gov. Haley Faces Two-Party Opposition to Ethics Reform
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is facing a bumpy political ride as she continues her push for a sweeping overhaul of the Palmetto State's ethics laws.
Maine Governor Seeks to End State Income Tax
No state income tax in Maine? Gov. Paul LePage says he hopes to make it a reality in the Pine Tree State if he is elected for a second term.
JPMorgan Shareholders Support Dimon's Dual Roles in Vote
Shareholders at JPMorgan Chase will let Jamie Dimon, the chairman and CEO, keep both his jobs.
Kaiser Report: More Seniors Living in Poverty Than Thought
More of America's seniors are living in poverty than official census estimates indicate, a new study released Monday has found.
Utah Police Close Missing Mom Case after 3 Years
WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah -- Josh Powell reportedly had an affair just months before his wife disappeared and his brother may have been heavily involved in getting rid of her body, Utah police revealed as they announced they couldn't solve the sensational case. The West...
U.S. Attorney Retaliated Against Fast and Furious Whistleblower
A former U.S. attorney in Phoenix leaked information to Fox News to discredit the main whistleblower in the failed "Fast and Furious" gun trafficking operation, Justice Department Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz said Monday.
Cape Cod Acupuncturist Gives Aid to Stranded Sea Turtles
QUINCY, Mass. -- Two endangered sea turtles that are shells of their former selves after getting stranded on Cape Cod during a cold spell are getting some help easing back into the wild - from an acupuncturist. The two juvenile Kemp's Ridley sea turtles, named Dexter and...
Caroline Kennedy's Jury Acquits NYC Drug Dealer
Arkansas Treasurer Accused of Taking Cash in Pie Box
Arkansas' state treasurer was accused Monday of taking at least $36,000 in cash - sometimes stashed in a pie box - from a broker who later came to manage a large share of the state's $3.3 billion investment portfolio. Democrat Martha Shoffner, who made...
Senate Debating Cuts in Farm Bill for Crop Insurance
The Senate is debating cuts to the federally subsidized crop insurance program as it considers a massive farm bill this week. The Obama administration said Monday it wants to see more cuts to crop insurance and farm subsidies in the legislation, which would cost almost $100...
Thousands March in NY to Protest Gay Man's Killing
'Hating Breitbart' Director: Andrew 'A Model of How to Stand Up and Fight Back'
Editor and publisher Andrew Breitbart was a major force behind the battle conservatives waged to be heard in the midst of a powerful media that ignored them or twisted their message for years, filmmaker Andrew Marcus says.
Keyboardist Ray Manzarek of The Doors Dies at Age 74
Ray Manzarek, a founding member and keyboardist of 1960s rock group The Doors, died on Monday at age 74, the group's manager Tom Vitorino said. Manzarek died in Rosenheim, Germany, following a battle with bile duct cancer, the band said in a statement.Singer Jim Morrison...
U.S. Charges 3 NYU Researchers in Chinese Bribery Case
U.S. authorities brought criminal charges against three New York University researchers on Monday, alleging they conspired to take bribes from Chinese medical and research outfits for details about NYU research into magnetic resonance imaging technology. A criminal...
Jodi Arias Denied Mistrial in Death Penalty Hearing
An Arizona judge denied a defense attorney's request for a mistrial on Monday in the death penalty phase of Jodi Arias' sensational murder trial, after a long-time friend declined to testify as a character witness, citing threats. Arias, 32, was found guilty earlier this...
Questions Linger in Shooting of NY College Student
As a family prepared for the funeral of a Hofstra University junior killed by a police officer's bullet during a standoff with an armed intruder, some on Monday questioned whether officers should have confronted the gunman or waited for help, including a hostage negotiating...
Judy Miller: Seizure of Fox Reporter's Records 'Overly Broad'
The targeting of Fox News reporter James Rosen by the Justice Department is a new interpretation of the nation's 1917 espionage law that goes far beyond anything we've seen, journalist Judy Miller says.
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