Hillary Rodham Clinton did not have a government email address while secretary of state and may have violated federal rules that officials’ correspondence be retained.
Conservative radio host Mark Levin criticized Congressional Republicans for having "no principles, no strategy and no guts" on immigration.
That's why it is significant news today that Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) is retiring and will not run for re-election in 2016. How does this related to
That President Obama won’t call it Islamic terrorism; that he believes we shouldn’t be on a “high horse” because America and Christians have done bad things; that Muslims are victims...
Republican House leaders fanned out on the Sunday shows to defend a stop-gap measure to fund the Department of Homeland Security in their ongoing fight against President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration. They did not stray from talking points. TV audiences Sunday heard one specific number several times as hosts pressed the GOP lawmakers to justify the chaos over funding for the Department of Homeland Security. "The president said 22 times, 22 times, that he couldn't do what he eventually did," House Speaker John Boehner said on CBS’ Face the Nation. Both Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Majority Whip Steve ...
Israeli election watchdog orders TV and radio stations to impose five-minute delay on broadcast to allow editing out of "electioneering" sections
The IRS is defending its decision to let illegal immigrants claim up to three years' refunds on income even if they never paid income taxes, telling Congress in a new letter last week that agency lawyers have concluded getting a Social Security number triggers the ability to go back and ask for previous refunds.
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Many conservative reformers aren't worried about the amount of money in politics, but that too few Americans are participating.
Several House Democrats who are skipping Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress aren't extending the snub to the nation's top pro-Israel activists. At least one member of Congress who is boycotting Netanyahu's speech on Tuesday will still show up for a similar message from the prime minister on Monday at the annual assembly of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. Earlier in February, Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., whose upper Manhattan district includes a large number of Jewish constituents, issued a challenge to Netanyahu via Twitter. Bibi: If you have a problem with our POTUS's foreign policy meet me at AIPAC but not on the House floor. pic.twitter.com/HN7eLaIbg1— Charles Rangel (@cbrangel) February 11, 2015
University president says policy is being followed ahead of pro-life display
Nederland police officers are investigating a weekend shooting that happened at the home of a Motiva supervisor.Assistant Police Chief Gary Porter told 12News the shooting happened around 2:45 a.m....
They're carrying out sporadic terror attacks on police, have threatened attacks on government buildings and reject government authority.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) was criticized on Sunday's State of the Union on CNN for being more interested in America's constitutional principles than his responsibilities in the country's governance in the midst of the threat of government shutdown through the funding of the Department of Homeland Security and President Obama's order of amnesty. Host Dana Bash used the interview segment to repeatedly castigate the congressman by reminding him that his critics feel he is more interested in principles over responsibility.
Kuwaiti paper claims unnamed Israeli minister with good ties with the US administration 'revealed the attack plan to John Kerry.'
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In 1999, author Gordon Thomas took readers where they had never been before — inside the clandestine world of Israel’s spy agency, the Mossad. Now, in a new 2015 edition...
An artist who painted a portrait of former President Bill Clinton says there’s more to the piece than one might see at first blush. Pennsylvania artist Nelson Shanks told the Philadelphia Daily News that he included a shadow of a blue dress in the 2006 portrait that hangs in the National Portrait Gallery. It’s an apparent reference to the...
RENOWNED Bucks County portrait artist Nelson Shanks has painted everyone from Princess Diana to President Bill Clinton and from Pope John Paul II to Marisa Tomei. He and his wife, Leona, are the founders of Studio Incamminati, an art school on 12th Street near Callowhill.