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Senior Officials Refuses Fast And Furious Subpoena

Last week, a senior official from the U.S. Attorney’s office said he is refusing to appear before the committee headed by Representative Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), who issued him a subpoena as part of his investigation into Fast and Furious.

Loveless Triangle: Gingrich, Ex-Wife, Media

Newt Gingrich slammed CNN debate moderator John King at a Republican debate in South Carolina last Thursday following the first question, which involved allegations by Gingrich’s ex-wife that he requested an open marriage in 1999.

Study: Be Kind To Immigrants And They Will Become Legal Citizens

A new study from the University of California at Irvine says that kindness, not money, is the biggest inspiration for immigrants to go through the processes necessary to become legal U.S. citizens.

SOPA/PIPA Appear Stalled For Now

Representative Lamar Smith (R-Texas) said last week that he will delay action which would have taken place this week on the Stop Online Piracy Act until more people agree with the legislation. Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) also announced that he is delaying consideration of online piracy measures.

SOPA, PIPA Protests Raise Awareness

Opponents of the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act warned on Thursday — a day after many Internet companies shut down in protest of the bills — that though awareness and discontent with the bills is heightened, the fight continues.

GOP Race Evolves As South Carolina Draws Near

As Saturday’s primary voting in South Carolina draws near, there have been some shake-ups in the 2012 Republican Presidential race. The results of the Iowa caucus have changed and Rick Perry is out of the race giving voters new things to consider.

New Cases Of Bird Flu In Asia, Mideast Spark Concerns

New cases of the H5N1 virus — or bird flu — are being reported more frequently throughout Asia and the Mideast. On Thursday, Vietnam confirmed its first human death resulting from the virus since April 2010. The fatality came just one day after neighboring Cambodia reported a bird flu death.

Gingrich’s Dirty Laundry

Tonight on Nightline, Republican Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich’s second wife Marianne Gingrich may provide insight to some of the candidate’s personal baggage that his opponents are so fond of mentioning.

Obama To Accept Nomination At Bank Of America Stadium

The Democratic Party has decided to move President Barack Obama’s acceptance speech for the 2012 Democratic Presidential nomination to the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., — a venue named for a company that was at the center of the financial crises.

Occupy Protests May Be Losing Steam, Funding

Though the OWS protests have continued throughout the country, with protesters rallying outside the White House and on Capitol Hill earlier this week, donations for the movement are reportedly drying up.

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