The Palestinian Authority honored journalist Helen Thomas Sunday, with dozens of diplomats and journalists gathering for dinner at the residence of Palestinian envoy Maen Areikat in Washington, D.C.
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German green energy producer Q-Cells doesn’t have a “secure financial basis” for continuing operations, officials said in a statement released Monday.
New York Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel will pay a $23,000 fine for using a rent-stabilized apartment as a campaign office, the New York Post reported Tuesday.
A rare relationship between environmental groups and oil companies formed in response to the Coal Oil Point seepage off the Santa Barbara coast.
Millions of dollars have been stolen by crooks filing fraudulent tax refunds in Tampa, according to city police.
Twenty-nine circuit court judges violated Wisconsin’s Code of Judicial conduct by signing the petition to recall Republican Gov. Scott Walker, according to a complaint filed by the Landmark Legal Foundation.
Several news agencies that included the Huffington Post, AFP, the Daily Mail and others spiked reports on first daughter Malia Obama’s school trip to Mexico, Politico reported.
Col. Martha McSally sat down with The Daily Caller last week to discuss her Air Force career and her campaign to represent Arizona's 8th Congressional District --- the district previously represented by Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who resigned earlier this year to focus on recovering from injuries suffered during a Jan. 2011 assassination attempt.
British Finance Minister George Osborne aims to capitalize on low interest rates in hopes of floating Britain through the current economic crisis -- with gold bonds redeemable only after 100 years have passed.
A Congressional Budget Office report shows that the cost of implementing President Obama's health care overhaul will reach $2.6 trillion over a ten-year period, a dramatic increase from the White House's original estimate.
An American flag depicting a picture of President Obama where the stars belong was taken down Tuesday afternoon after Florida veterans gathered in protest at the Democratic Party headquarters in Lake County, Fla.
Democratic state Rep. W. Carlton Weddington resigned from the Ohio legislature after prosecutors indicted him for bribery and other charges. He surrendered to the FBI Tuesday afternoon.
U.S. labor unions paid MSNBC "Ed Show" host Ed Schultz roughly $200,000 in 2011, and roughly $337,000 over the last seven years, according to Department of Labor documents.
A vote Thursday afternoon on the JOBS (Jumpstart Our Business Startups) Act reflected bipartisan support in the House of Representatives. The bill moved swiftly through the House, passing 390–23.
We've heard of passing notes in school, but this is ridiculous. A first-grader at a Chicago-area school is under federal investigation for distributing phony $100 bills.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an environmental crusader who got his start in the movement performing community service after a heroin conviction, thrust himself into a the evolving story about Rush Limbaugh and Sandra Fluke on Tuesday, calling Republican Sen. James Inhofe a “prostitute” and a "call girl."
Recent decisions by the Federal Reserve, intended to keep interest rates low, will hurt taxpayers in the future, according to Duquesne University economist Antony Davies.
Maryland’s goal to control the amount of firearms carried by residents is unconstitutional, according to U.S. District Judge Benson Everette.
Interest on the federal debt is expected to rival defense spending by 2017, totaling nearly $566 billion annually.