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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professor Jonathan Gruber, one of the most prominent academic supporters of national healthcare reform, is being heavily criticized for not having fully disclosed the fact that he is a paid government consultant.
The Supreme Court in Montana has upheld the legality of physician-assisted suicide, making the state the third in the nation to do so and spurring opponents of the practice to promise to continue fighting against it.
A growing number of prominent Republicans have criticized President Obama’s handling of the aftermath of the Christmas Day terrorist attempt, and Newt Gingrich has recently added his view to the mix.
U.S. District Judge Joseph H. McKinley Jr., last week upheld the provisions of The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act which limit the marketing of cigarettes through sponsorships and on merchandise. However, he overturned some parts of it saying they violated tobacco companies’ free speech rights.
Governor Rick Perry of Texas has called for a constitutional amendment that would require Congress to balance the federal budget in order to prevent the body from engaging in uncontrolled spending.
As an internal struggle within the Florida Republican Party continues to unfold the founder of the "tea party" movement warned state GOP leaders that if they do not support conservative candidates they risk mutiny in their ranks.
Since President Obama’s inauguration, the man who previously occupied the vice presidential mansion has not tired of criticizing the current commander-in-chief’s foreign policy moves, but he appears to be coming under increasing fire from those who are considered to be his closer ideological allies.
Republican leaders have asked that House Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) resign after a new book reported that during the 2008 presidential campaign the senator described Barack Obama as a "light-skinned" African-American "with no Negro dialect unless he wanted one."
Last Thursday President Obama released the results of an internal investigation into the Christmas day airline bombing attempt by an alleged member affiliated with al-Qaida. Taking personal blame, Obama stated that "the buck stops with me" as he unveiled a series of policy changes intended to prevent future attacks.
Former Alaska Governor and Republican vice presidential running mate from 2008 Sarah Palin has reportedly inked a deal with Fox News to appear regularly as a contributor for the network.