‘It is hard to imagine anything other than a seriously deleterious impact on the quality of officers’
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We have numbers on this for the first time
Red states are bearing the brunt of federal budget cuts
‘There was a no-go zone when it came to criticizing the Qatari government’
‘Largest study of its kind’
Fox on top at 25 percent
‘One should also count global costs’
New study measures journalists’ biased references
The misleading data has been cited by Atlantic magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle and The New York Times
Far from being bipartisan, the effort to snuff out the filibuster is led by a coalition of liberal activists.
In the D.C. mayoral race, the person in the spotlight is not even on the ballot
After a $9 billion loss last quarter, both sides are saying enough is enough and suggesting that it is time to restructure the mortgage giants
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State Department’s reasons for leaving out the ‘most barbaric group in the world’ unclear
Orszag used the enlarged platform bestowed upon him in his last speech as a White House adviser to go after Ryan again, in more detail than ever before
Organizer with LPAC called outgoing OMB director and Larry Summers ‘fascist pigs’ and called Obama’s health care plan ‘Hitler approved’
Wisconsin Republican has sought to start a debate on reigning in government debt with his Roadmap for America’s Future but has had few supporters
It was two years ago, the first week of July, 2008, where a symbolic seminal confluence of energy and national security concerns may have occurred. For that week, the wholesale price of crude oil reached an all-time high of over $141/barrel.