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Daniel Ellsberg, the former military analyst whose leak of the "Pentagon Papers" precipitated a landmark Supreme Court case, says President Barack Obama "has become an elected monarch" who is leading "an unprecedented campaign against unauthorized disclosure."
Glenn Jacobs, the seven-foot-tall professional wrestler better known as Kane, just might be the next Republican senator from Tennessee.
Conservatives have always belonged to our nation's least sympathetic group: the unvictimized. The Republican Party is overwhelmingly white, Christian, straight and increasingly Southern. It is, at least in the minds of its critics, the party of the privileged oppressor.
The FBI announced Thursday that Ahmed Abassi, a Tunisian citizen who recently moved to the United States from Canada, has been arrested in connection with a planned terrorist attack at a railway along America's northern border.
The White House announced Tuesday that all tours of the building have been canceled because of the automatic spending cuts known as sequestration, which took effect on Friday.
From Daniel “Hickory Foot” Webster to Estes “Left Eye” Kefauver and Bob “The Package” Packwood, the history of congressional nicknames stretches back to at least the War of 1812, and perhaps as far back as the founding of the nation. And although the practice of assigning members nicknames is little known outside of Capitol Hill, it continues to this day.
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Pope Benedict's announcement on Monday that he will become the first Catholic pontiff to step down in nearly 600 years means that the church will soon need to elect a new leader. But how will they do it?
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Letter demands firing of Crossroads aide, calls Bozell ‘critically important figure in American history’
A group of conservative leaders has signed an irate letter demanding that a Republican political consultant be fired for calling the relatively undistinguished scion of a prominent political family a "hater."
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Sen. Frank Lautenberg offered a less than full-throated defense of fellow New Jersey Democrat Sen. Bob Menendez on Thursday.
Remington, a New York-based gun and ammunition manufacturer, may soon decide to leave the Empire State in response to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's strict new gun control law.
New York mayor and noted ass aficionado Michael Bloomberg had some kind words recently for the "set of balls" belonging to Vice President Joe Biden.
The State Department office responsible for helping facilitate the relocation of prisoners held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba has been closed, The New York Times reports.
In an interview with The New Republic, President Barack Obama suggested he regularly goes skeet shooting with guests at Camp David.