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New Details About Suspected San Bernardino Shooters
Coworkers described one suspect, 28-year-old Syed Farook, as a soft-spoken and devout Muslim who rarely discussed his religion at work.
APNewsbreak: Who Is Funding Group Challenging Redistricting?
A group waging an aggressive legal battle to keep a redistricting question off November's Illinois ballot hasn't reported a single donation or expense since it became a political committee last summer
Excerpt: Ben Carson's 'A More Perfect Union'
Excerpted from "A More Perfect Union: What We the People Can Do to Reclaim Our Constitutional Liberties" by Ben Carson , MD, with Candy Carson, with permission of Sentinel, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. Copyright © American Business Collaborative,
GoStream: Tour of the Iowa State Fair
More than a dozen candidates running for president will make the trip to the Iowa State Fair.
John Kerry Requests Records Review at State Department
Jeff Rathke answers questions during a briefing related to an Inspector General’s review of the department’s record keeping practices.
The Luxe Life of Chris Christie, With a Little Help From His ‘Friends’
It’s the loophole through which New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been flying on private jets. Christie’s personal travel habits, detailed in a New York Times article include a preference for Cessna Citation X flights, Four Seasons stays and champagne toasts, are all legally consistent with his
Principles in the Paradox: United States Foreign Policy
"Don't do stupid s I have said this to my three boys when they were going out for the weekend in high school, but there is a different context for this slogan. This supposedly is a premise upon which the Obama administration bases much of its foreign policy. And recently, and with justification,
Remembering Rwanda Genocide: 20 Years Later
Mourners gathered to remember the 800,000 people killed between April and June 1994.
Going, Going, Gone? A Southern Democrat's Battle for Electoral Survival
Welcome to the fine for I'm just felony in Arkansas the state with one of the most competitive senate races in the country. Republicans need six seats to win control the senate they think Tom cotton is the Republican congressman to do it Democrat Mark Pryor says not so fast he's fighting for a