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2 hrs ago | Media Matters for America
Fox News hosts criticized the Department of Justice's decision to investigate the beheading of journalist James Foley by Islamic State extremists.
6 hrs ago | MilitaryCity.com
Former commander in chief President George W. Bush may have accepted the ALS 'Ice Bucket Challenge,' but the DoD Office of General Counsel has issued an edict that current service members and Defense Department employees cannot have ice dumped on them while in uniform - including civilian uniforms.
7 hrs ago | Deseret News
The charity stunt has lured athletes, celebrities, politicians and rock stars and gone viral on the Internet, but don't look for U.S. diplomats to get in on the fun.
9 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News
I've observed many funerals over the last decade in Arlington National Cemetery's Section 60, where war dead from Iraq and Afghanistan are buried.
Back in January, 1991, over the objections of his Secretary of Defense, Dick Cheney, President George H. W. Bush sought a Congressional resolution authorizing him to launch a war to expel Saddam Hussein's Iraqi military forces from Kuwait, which Saddam had invaded a few months earlier.
"No faith teaches people to massacre innocents," President Obama says, heatedly condemning the terrorist group ISIS after its members executed Am... ISIS "speaks for no religion.
The winner of Alaska's Republican Senate primary, Dan Sullivan, successfully turned back tea party opposition during an at-times contentious 10-month race.
An anesthesiologist said he would no longer act as an expert witness for states defending their lethal injection methods, creating another hurdle for corrections departments scrambling to find workable execution... An anesthesiologist said he would no longer act as an expert witness for states defending their lethal injection methods, creating ... (more)
President George W. Bush is the latest big name to take the "ice bucket challenge" for the ALS foundation.
George W. Bush is the latest to take on the Ice Bucket Challenge The latest to take on the Ice Bucket Challenge is former President George W. Bush.
When you do something again and again, placing great faith in it, investing enormous amounts of money in it, only to see indifferent or even negative results, you wouldn't be entirely surprised if a neutral observer questioned your sanity or asked you if you were part of some cult.
In the spending orgy that Pebble Beach week has seemingly become, I witnessed something special last night that will probably get lost in all the talk of $38-million Ferrari GTOs .
Bacon's Rebellion. Detroit Race Riots. Watts Riots. L.A. Riots. The Civil Rights Movement.
The Messianic Jewish Bible Institute, which last year featured former President George W. Bush at its annual banquet to help raise funds for its mission to persuade Jews that Jesus is the messiah, this year will host Phil and Alan Robertson, the patriarch and eldest son of the Christian reality television show Duck Dynasty.
Former U.S. Senator Jim Jeffords might be most famous for leaving the Republican party in 2001.
In their first appearance on behalf of the governor, they made it clear that while Perry is the one facing two felony charges, they are putting the local district attorney and special prosecutor on trial.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 03:20 pm
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