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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is keeping a $1 trillion omnibus spending bill from moving forward to win leverage in a separate fight over taxes, Republican lawmakers claimed Tuesday.
Senate and House negotiators struck a deal that gives the military first crack at holding suspected al-Qaida terrorists who are caught in the U.S., setting up a showdown with President Barack Obama who had said he may veto the bill.
As the end of the U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraq approaches, President Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki will meet in Washington to discuss the next phase of the relationship between the two nations.
Conservative radio talk show host Michael Savage has offered Republican Presidential primary hopeful Newt Gingrich $1 million to end his bid for the Presidency.
Although American officials have continued to insist that neither weaponry nor technology brought down a U.S. drone over Iran, a former U.S. ambassador said if reports are true that Russia provided jamming equipment to the country, the situation becomes much worse.
The President Barack Obama Administration is in the middle of a legal battle against a patchwork of State laws that target illegal immigrants, and now the Supreme Court will enter the ring.
Over the past decade, attacks and plots by homegrown terrorists in the United States have increased, according to analysis by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START).
When Obama says that cutting taxes and regulations doesn’t work, what in the world is he talking about? Everything works. The question is, for whom does it work, and how well? Collectivism works exceedingly well for politicians but it destroys the lives of millions of people on the dole who might otherwise become productive citizens.
The latest GOP Presidential debate held by ABC News was reportedly the most-watched debate so far in the 2012 election season, many of the first-time debate viewers likely saw a discussion much different than earlier debates.
On Monday, the Supreme Court announced that it will hear a challenge to Arizona’s controversial immigration law (SB 1070), adding to a list of high-profile cases for the court’s coming term.