3 hrs ago
The Washington Post
Fake Passports Spur Terrorism Worry as Plane Hunt Continues
The use of stolen passports by two passengers to board a Malaysian airliner that vanished over the South China Sea sends a "red flag" that terrorism may have played a part, according to security officials and analysts.
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7 hrs ago
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Dwindling number of House members in 'crossover' seats
They are an endangered species in Congress and this is hunting season: A handful of Republicans holding House seats in districts that President Obama won in 2012, and Democrats representing districts that Mitt Romney won, are top targets for both political parties.
9 hrs ago
Outside the Beltway
Rand Paul The GOP Frontrunner?
Nati0nal Journal's Josh Kraushaar argues that the Junior Senator from Kentucky is the front-runner for the Republican nomination in 2016: Republican strategists like to say the party's next nominee needs to hail from the GOP's gubernatorial ranks.
13 hrs ago
Rep. Peter King: Paul's scare tactics appeal to the lowest common denominator
Rep. Peter King , a senior Republican member on the House Homeland Security Committee, blasted Sen. Rand Paul Sunday for using scare tactics in his opposition of national security programs.
16 hrs ago
Rep. Peter King: No 'Silver Bullet' to Getting Putin Out of Crimea
Representative Peter King told Meet the Press host David Gregory that while there was no "silver bullet" to pressuring Russia out of the Crimean peninsula, the U.S. had a menu of sanctions options and military support to offer neighboring countries of Russia that could increase pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin .
Thu Mar 06, 2014
US Hypocrisy on Crimean secession move: Washington Supported Break-up of Sudan, Yugoslavia, Iraq
Russia has arranged for its supporters in the Crimean state parliament to vote to secede from Ukraine and join Russia, and has announced that there will be a popular referendum on the issue in the semi-autonomous province, which has been part of Ukraine since the 1950s and went with Ukraine when that former soviet socialist republic became an ... (more)
Wed Mar 05, 2014
US intelligence under fire over Ukraine
The nation's top intelligence office denies suggestions the United States was caught off guard by Russia's military intervention in Ukraine, calling reports to that effect "highly inaccurate."
Colbert Shares Address of Antigay Congressman
Mock-conservative Stephen Colbert is among the many conservatives still stunned by the "religious liberty curb stomp" delivered by Arizona governor Jan Brewer's veto of a bill that would have allowed businesses and individuals to "practice their deeply held religious belief of not selling pastries to gay people."
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Why didn't the U.S. know sooner?
Despite Russian President Vladimir Putin's history as a tough-as-nails leader bent on restoring Russia's sphere of influence, the U.S. intelligence community failed to read the signs when it came to Ukraine.
Staten Island Rep. Michael Grimm hails bi-partisan passage of flood insurance bill
Rep. Michael Grimm on Tuesday called the passage of his bill to repeal increases in flood insurance premiums "a major uplifting milestone in our city's long road to recovery since Superstorm Sandy."
Oheka Castle Owner Leaves Hospital 8 Days After Shooting
The owner of Long Island's Oheka Castle has been released from a hospital eight days after being shot in the head.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
New York Daily News
Stasi: Alec Baldwin, Spike Lee rants on NYC are all talk
Last week, ultimate hipster Spike Lee of the porkpie hat, tiny jackets, and horn-rim specs ranted about his hatred for hipsters and the white people who have gentrified Brooklyn, making it impossible for poor black people to live there.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
The Journal News
New York's GOP House members patient on immigration reform
New York's six House Republicans support voting this year on some version of immigration legislation but are unwilling, at least for now, to criticize party leaders for failing to set a timetable.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
HOH: Thinking Like a Terrorist With House Homeland Security | Madisonville
The government spends billions of dollars to find terrorists and plug leaks in the borders.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
IRS Warns: Obamacare Tax Must Be Paid with Tax Return
Grover Norquist discusses the Obamacare Cover Up Obamacare Exchanges Enroll Only 51,000 Uninsured Americans The Obamacare Signup Cover-up Daily Media Spotlight for August 15, 2013 Read More IRS Warns: Obamacare Tax Must Be Paid with Tax Return Agency employs Orwellian term 'Shared Responsibility Payment' to describe Obamacare individual mandate ... (more)
Police Review Surveillance Tape In Search For Oheka Castle Shooter
As WCBS 880 Long Island Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs reported, Gary Melius' wounds are not considered life-threatening.
Ex-Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks to LI business leaders
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks at the Long Island Association's annual luncheon on Feb. 24, 2014 at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
A New Poll Showing Why Immigration Reform Probably Won't Pass This Year
A new poll of Republican voters in Iowa shows why the technology industry may fail to get immigration reform - its top political goal - passed by Congress.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Rep. Peter King meets with immigrants in Brentwood for discussion on immigration reform
King says House Speaker John Boehner worked for months on a plan providing legalization, rather than a path, to citizenship.
FWD.us: GOP primary fears inflated
It's been seen as an immutable law of Republican politics: Support immigration reform, and risk losing your seat to a more conservative challenger.