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One man told Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., she was "even pretty when you're fat."
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California has sent Governor Jerry a Brown a bill which will ban one use plastic bags.
The sight of police officers taking to the streets of Ferguson, Mo., with black helmets and assault rifles during protests stemming from the police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown has stirred a hornet's nest of complaints about the militarization of law enforcement.
Main Street is no place for the weapons and machines of war. But the needless militarization of police departments in cities across the country has been going on for decades.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Gary Peters suggested Friday that Congress should tap more revenue for road repairs by preventing U.S. companies from moving their headquarters abroad through mergers with foreign companies.
The drumbeat for the Federal Communications Commission to solve the threat to net neutrality by reclassifying broadband as a public utility has been gaining steam.
Months ago I wrote an email to U.S. Sen. Carl Levin , the majority leader of the Senate Armed Services Committee, to ask a question: Why doesn't the U.S. investigate the health effects of its use of depleted uranium in Iraq? Unlike my previous email inquiries to Sen. Levin, he never answered my email; just total silence even after I called his ... (more)
This Rust Belt state is one of the last places you might expect to wage a winning Senate campaign by trumpeting climate change to liberals at Netroots Nation and boasting about voting for cap and trade.
Law enforcement groups argue a Pentagon program that provides surplus military gear helps protect the public and are gearing up for a fight with lawmakers and the Obama administration over whether it should be continued.
Anybody out there remember the Army Surplus stores of the '70s? You aging hippies went there to get your army paraphernalia to wear at Vietnam war protest marches.
Nine years after Hurricane Katrina , the government has forgiven $391 million in disaster loans for Louisiana, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
America's favorite journalism equivalent to a kidney farm got their hands on audio from a Koch brothers retreat, or at least a retreat of their paid-for stooges, Hilarity ensues .
Currently, Gallup's congressional job approval is 13 percent, with 19 percent of registered voters saying members of Congress deserve re-election.
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Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 10:46 pm
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