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Award-winning Journalist Michael Hastings Dies
Award-winning journalist and war correspondent Michael Hastings has died in a car accident in Los Angeles.BuzzFeed Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith says he learned from a family member that the 33-year-old died early Tuesday.Hastings wrote about politics for the popular news site...
Ron Paul: Gold Price Could Go to Infinity
How high can the price of gold go? Former Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul thinks it could go to infinity.
Texas Rep. Poe Saved by Arizona Congressman, Aide from Choking
A Texas congressman who was choking on a piece of popcorn is thanking a fellow Republican from Arizona and a House staffer who is also a doctor for stepping in to help.A spokeswoman for Rep. Ted Poe said the five-term congressman from the state's 2nd District was eating...
AMA Votes to Recognize Obesity as a Disease
In order to fight what it described as an obesity epidemic, the American Medical Association voted on Tuesday to recognize obesity as a disease and recommended a number of measures to fight it. The association voted on the measure at its annual meeting in Chicago. The AMA...
Senate Rejects GOP Bill Calling for Larger Border
The Senate on Tuesday rejected a Republican amendment to the immigration reform bill that would have required the Department of Homeland Security to build 350 miles of new fencing on the Southern border before the federal government could grant provisional legal status to...
Pelosi Worth More than $24M
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi had a minimum net worth of $24.4 million in 2012, which was six times as much as House Majority Leader Eric Cantor reported.
Fmr. Defense Official: Women Should Not Serve as SEALs
Women should not be in the Navy SEALs because of the extraordinary physical demands required, according to Seth Cropsey, the former Assistant to Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger. SEALs are an extraordinarily demanding job, Cropsey told The Steve Malzberg Show on...
Lil Wayne: I'm Not Stepping on US Flag in Video
Lil Wayne says he wasn't intentionally stepping on the American flag when shooting his latest video.Video of the rapper from his music video shoot for the song God Bless Amerika hit the Web on Monday. In it, he appears to be stepping on top of the American flag. But he...
Hoekstra: Public Must Be 'Reassured' About NSA Programs
Former Rep. Pete Hoekstra says President Obama was wrong when he told the nation that every member of Congress had been briefed on the National Security Agency's surveillance programs before they were leaked to the press by Edward Snowden. No, that's not the case. Back in...
Rep. Fleming: Attacks on Christianity Increase in Military
Attacks on Christian beliefs have been increasing at an alarming rate in the United States Armed Forces, a disturbing trend that could spiral out of control unless it is stopped now, according to Rep. John Fleming, a Louisiana Republican. We've been getting multiple...
James O'Keefe: I Was Harassed by Federal Agents
Journalist James O'Keefe tells Newsmax that the Justice Department monitoring of Associated Press reporters is similar to what he faced when he was investigating voter fraud during the 2012 elections. O'Keefe's organization, Project Veritas, videotaped a man who nearly...
George Mason Students Ask Obama to Spy on Fox News
Students at George Mason University have signed a petition asking President Barack Obama to spy on the private conversations of Fox News employees and their families.
Reps. Capuano, Jones Co-Author 'We Are Watching You Act'
Two congressman have written bipartisan legislation aimed at preventing telecommunications companies from monitoring the private activities of their customers.
Enroll America Launches Campaign for Obamacare Enrollment
Enroll America, a nonprofit group at the center of the political fight over President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law, launched a multi-state grassroots campaign on Tuesday to help sign up millions of uninsured Americans for health coverage in the coming months.
Supreme Court Won't Hear Anti-abortionist Sniper Case
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to take up a petition from anti-abortion extremist James Charles Kopp, who is serving a life sentence for the 1998 sniper-style slaying of an abortion doctor in upstate New York.
Jesse Jackson Jr.: Let Me Go to Jail Before Wife
Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. said that if both he and his wife, Sandi, are sentenced to jail for fraudulent use of campaign funds, he wants to serve his time first.
Starbucks Soon to Post Calorie Count for Java Enthusiasts
The coffee break just got a little bit scarier, or health-conscious, depending on your view, Tuesday as Starbucks announced that it will begin posting calorie counts starting June 25.
O'Keefe's Cameras Reveal 'Obama Phone' Fraud
The Lifeline federal phone program, nicknamed "Obama Phone," has hit another snag after hidden cameras revealed its vulnerability to consumer fraud.
Obama's FCC Nominee Faces Concern Over Decency Standards
Decency proponents are pushing back on a Federal Communication Commission proposal to pursue only "egregious" violations of television decency and fear that under a lighter standard, partial nudity and cursing will become more prevalent.
Missouri Moves to Lift Ban on Foreign Farm Owners
A last-minute move by Missouri lawmakers could make it easier for a Chinese conglomerate to buy one of the biggest pork producers in the U.S.
North Carolina Lawmakers Mull 75 mph Limit
North Carolina is expected to pass legislation allowing motorists to drive at 75 mph on some of the Tar Heel State's major highways.
Supreme Court Places Limits on Right to Remain Silent
In a 5-4 conservative-liberal decision, the Supreme Court placed limits Monday on the use of the Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination, saying that a defendant's silence in some cases can still be used against them, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Raided 7-Elevens Operated as 'Modern Day Plantations'
A federal criminal probe into mistreatment of immigrant workers by several franchise owners of the convenience store chain 7-Eleven has led to officials charging them with running an underground slave racket.
FBI Names Former USC Professor to Most Wanted List
A former professor at the University of Southern California has been named to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted fugitives' list.
Fiscal Times: Accountants, Lawyers Can Expect Big Obamacare Profits
Obamacare is giving a big boost to the tax and accounting industries and lawyers because of its blizzard of new laws and regulations.
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