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Career officials from the White House Office of Management and Budget warned that saving Solyndra would be more expensive than allowing the flailing energy firm to fail, according to a House Energy and Commerce Committee investigation set to be released this week.
The National Guard base in Mansfield, Ohio, where President Barack Obama will land aboard Air Force One Wednesday for a campaign visit is being threatened under the president’s proposed defense budget cuts.
Michael Haley, the husband of South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, heads to Afghanistan for a year-long deployment with the National Guard in January, The State reports.
A Chewbacca headpiece used in the production of the original “Star Wars” trilogy sold at auction this weekend in California's San Fernando Valley for $172,200, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has thrown his weight behind Massachusetts Republican Sen. Scott Brown in his re-election bid against Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren.
UCLA gave radical Mexican nationalist group Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA) over $100,000 in funding last year.
At famed New Orleans character and Treme Brass Band drummer “Uncle” Lionel Batiste’s wake Thursday afternoon, mourners had a hard time locating the casket.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus released a statement Wednesday calling on the Obama administration to come clean on “political payoffs to Obama campaign bundler Steve Westly.”
Microsoft refused to confirm speculation that the company’s divestiture from MSNBC.com was a result of the online news source’s perceived bias.
In a poll released Thursday by Public Policy Polling, former Texas Solicitor General Ted Cruz leads Lt. Governor David Dewhurst 49-44 in the Republican primary runoff for the U.S. Senate seat held by retiring Republican Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.
Yahoo and Facebook reached an agreement Friday to expand the partnership between the tech giants.
In early June, Apple quietly dropped the long-standing claim that their Mac line of computers was not “susceptible to the thousands of viruses plaguing Windows-based computers,” but the in-store “Geniuses” continue to proclaim the invulnerability of the computers.
After passing a new law allowing fireworks in Michigan, Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and some state lawmakers have drawn the ire of Michigan residents wary of the added noise.
A Brazilian university student faked her own kidnapping in order to avoid turning in her dissertation.
Long rumored, never confirmed, Anderson Cooper finally revealed that he is, in fact, gay.
When President George W. Bush announced John Roberts as his nominee to the Supreme Court in 2005, Bush said Roberts "will strictly apply the Constitution and laws, not legislate from the bench."