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Glenn Kessler, editor of the Washington Post’s fact-check column, promised to make some changes in the wake of a Breitbart News report that showed Republicans are twice as likely as Democrats to be targeted by his fact checks. After our
Cruz Pushes Back on Inexperience: I Wasn’t Just a ‘Community Organizer'
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Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) explained his shocking decision to not seek re-election and retire when his term ends in 2016 by telling the New York Times "he was worried his race would consume campaign money that would be needed in other competitive states as Democrats try to regain control of the Senate."
Eleanor Holmes Norton has been the District of Columbia's tireless advocate since she became its nonvoting member in Congress 24 years ago. She fights back with fiery floor speeches and interviews when her colleagues overide D.C. laws they disagree with. She's repeatedly proposed measures to finally grant D.C. full statehood or...
Almost everyone agrees that the poor quality of US mortgages before the financial crisis was to blame for the devastating events of 2008. In almost all media...
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Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Sunday sternly defended his state’s new religious freedom law from what he called “reckless” and “shameless” media coverage, claiming Indiana has been hit with an “an avalanche of intolerance.” Pence, a Republican who is weighing a White House bid, insisted during an appearance on...
In its latest attempt to shut down media coverage, the White House Saturday dismissed reporters to their Florida hotel by declaring a news lid even though President Obama was just beginning his golf game â but the press pool voted to stay. After a two hour flight, Obama motorcaded to the posh Floridian National Golf Club in Palm City to play a round and also stay. At that point, the pool reporter, Byron Tau of the Wall Street Journal, wrote in his report to other correspondents, The White House has called a lid. Pool does not anticipate news or POTUS sightings until tomorrow's departure of Air Force One. President Barack Obama walks toward his SUV after being greeting on the tarmac by Rep. Patrick Murphy, D-Fla. third from right,, and Ft. Pierce, Fla., Mayor Linda Hudson, center, upon his arrival on Air Force One at St. Lucie International Airport, Saturday, March 28, 2015, in Fort Pierce, Fla. Obama kicked off the spring season on Saturday with a weekend getaway in Florida, golfing with buddies the upscale resort where he once caused a stir by hitting the links with Tiger Woods.
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Despite having savaged Republicans two weeks earlier for voicing opposition to an Iran nuclear deal in an open letter to the totalitarian regime, on Friday, NBC chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell and Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd suddenly realized such a deal would be a bad idea.
The US Army has charged Bowe Bergdahl-Â who left his post in Afghanistan and was subsequently captured and held for five years after being captured by the Taliban- with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. According to the Army, the latter charge stems from Bergdahl’sÂ “misbehavior before the enemy by endangering the safety of a command, unit …
By the time you read this, the Eiffel Tower will have gone dark for an hour, along with the Parliament building in London, and presumably Buckingham Palace. At 8:30 Eastern time, the UN Secretariat building will darken and on and on as 8:30 comes in each time zone.
North Dakota this week became the 27th state to call for a meeting of states that would propose an amendment to the Constitution requiring a balanced federal budget. The need for a balanced budget amendment has become more urgent with each passing year, as the annual budget deficit...
Chechen Parliament Speaker Dukvakha Abdurakhmanov warned that Russia would supply arms to Mexico if America sends weapons to Ukraine.
If you canât trust a convicted terrorist, who can you trust? Two angry US senators want to know why the Transportation Security Administration allowed a woman who admitted she planted bombs under p...
“National Geographic’s latest cover story generated lots of attention for comparing climate change skeptics to those who fear vaccinations, disbelieve NASA’s moon landing, and oppose water fluoridation.”
Senate Republicans are renewing efforts to learn why Huma Abedin, a top assistant to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was allowed to keep working at the agency under a special, part-time status while also being employed at a politically-connected consulting firm.
There is a unicorn lair in North Korea. We know this because the Dear Leader of North Korea, Kim Jung Un, tells us so. According to the official Korean Central News Agency, archaeologists have "recently reconfirmed" the existence of the unicorn lair dating back to the Koryo Kingdom (918-1392).
Amir Hossein Motaghi says he no longer sees any “sense” in his profession as he could only write as he was told
Fox News host Eric Bolling and Azealia Banks have engaged in a two week spat over the hip hop star’s admission in Playboy Magazine that she “hates America.” Things escalated late Friday night when Banks used her verified Twitter account