Rep. Scott DesJarlais, Embattled Anti-Abortion Doctor, Struggles To Raise Reelection Funds
Rep. Scott DesJarlais , who managed to win reelection in 2012 despite the revelation that he once pressured his mistress to get an abortion, is struggling to raise funds this year.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Jan Brewer Signs Bill Allowing Snap Inspections Of Arizona Abortion Clinics
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer on Tuesday signed into a law a bill allowing state health authorities to conduct surprise inspections of abortion clinics without first obtaining a warrant, handing another victory to abortion foes.
The Daily News Journal
MTSU to honor Army general, Chinese official at commencements
An Army three-star general from Bell Buckle and a top education official from China will receive honorary doctorates from MTSU and will address graduates during commencement exercises May 10, according to a release from the university.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Burnt Orange Report
Top Ten Texas Runoffs to Watch, Part 2
On Saturday, Burnt Orange Report began the discussion of the top 10 runoffs Texas voters should watch aas Texas heads towards the May 27 runoff elections.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
The Daily Tribune
Victims of first Fort Hood attack hope for more benefits
It is hard for me to believe that I will have lived on planet Earth for 80 years as of this... Army Staff Sgt.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
The Huffington Post
Arizona Passes Bill Allowing Abortion Clinic Snap Inspections
Arizona lawmakers gave final passage on Wednesday to a bill that would allow state health authorities to conduct surprise inspections of abortion clinics without first obtaining a warrant, handing another legislative victory to abortion foes.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Facebook Lobbyists: Amnesty Won't Hurt GOP
High-tech lobbying groups that represent Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg are planning to redouble their efforts to pass amnesty legislation by falsely claiming Republicans will not be hurt by backing a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants.
Obama Goes Back To School
POTUS PIVOTS TO THE ECONOMY: President Obama heads to Bladensburg High School in Maryland this morning to promote a career skills initiative, ABC's DEVIN DWYER notes.
Fort Hood shooting revives debate on guns, mental illness
Last week's shooting at Fort Hood has reopened a debate about guns and mental health in the U.S. as lawmakers and public officials once again tackle the question of whether more can be done to address the rising threat of active shooter incidents.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
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Chiarelli on Fort Hood: 'We Have to Consider These Wounds of War'
Sunday on ABC's This Week , Martha Raddatz discussed Wednesday's shooting in Fort Hood and the lasting effects of posttraumatic stress disorder with experts Rep. John Carter, R-Texas, former Army Vice Chief of Staff and ABC News Consultant Retired Gen.
Tech firms: Immigration reform no liability
Tech companies are keeping up the push for immigration reform as the political calendar closes in on the midterm elections.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Sunday Talk: Truth is the first casualty
Meet The Press : Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Michael Mullen ; McCutcheon v.
Congressman Carter and Williams Visit Fort Hood
Congressman John Carter and Congressman Roger Williams were on post Saturday morning to see the scene of Wednesday's shooting and visit with recovering victims.
Ford Hood shooting to headline Sunday talk shows
The shooting at Fort Hood, the same Texas base that was the scene of the worst attack on a domestic U.S. military installation five years ago, will dominate the network talk-show circuit Sunday.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Democratic Congressman Mocks GOP Mistrust Of Obama With Birther Joke
Rep. Chaka Fattah made a birther joke on Friday after a Republican colleague suggested that a lack of trust in the Obama administration was preventing the GOP-controlled House from passing immigration reform.
Sunday on a This Weeka : The Latest on the Fort Hood Tragedy
Sunday on "This Week," ABC News covers the latest on the mass shooting at Fort Hood with Rep. John Carter , R-Texas, and former Army Vice Chief of Staff Ret.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Fort Hood 2009 Survivor to Ronan Farrow: 'More Guns' Are the Answer
Retired Sgt. Alonzo Lunsford , who was shot 7 times by Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan at Fort Hood in 2009, appeared to surprise Ronan Farrow towards the end of his interview with the MSNBC host Thursday afternoon by arguing that "more guns" on the military base could be the answer to preventing further shootings there.
who risked her life
A soldier has committed a deadly mass shooting at Texas' Fort Hood again. And again, a female police officer was involved in bringing the violent rampage to an end.
Kelly refuses to use Ft. Hood shooter's name
Fox News host Megyn Kelly said on her Wednesday show that she will not be saying the suspected Ft.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Fort Hood Shooting Reopens Unresolved Issues for Congress
Carter and his Texas colleagues want to recognize victims of the 2009 Fort Hood massacre.