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  • HHS shock: 1 in 12 Americans use illegal drugs, could fill all MLB stadiums 19 times

    According to a shocking new report from the Health and Human Services Department, there were 24.6 million people aged 12 or older who used illicit drugs during just one month last year.

  • Ark. county clerk defends taking AG candidate's voter card

    Because Rutledge moved to Pulaski County from Washington, she needed to fill out an additional form, which she did not according to Pulaski County Clerk Larry Crane.

  • Judge: Stockton, California, must follow bankruptcy laws, pay creditors and pension fund

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Judge: Stockton, California, must follow bankruptcy laws, pay creditors and pension fund.

  • Bill Clinton appears in TV ad for Alison Lundergan Grimes

    The 30-second ad, produced by Grimes' campaign, is the first ad to feature Clinton in this midterm election cycle.

  • WH: No need for Ebola travel restrictions

    "We are confident that the sophisticated medical infrastructure that exists in the United States can prevent the wide spread of Ebola," said White House press secretary Josh Earnest.

  • Sources: Wolf to endorse Brownback

    Milton Wolf, who lost a Tea Party challenge in the Kansas Senate primary to Pat Roberts, is unlikely to endorse Roberts, but is expected to endorse Republican Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback in his tough reelection fight.

  • Hagel orders boost in standards for military healthcare

    Saying "we can do better," Hagel ordered facilities identified as having problems to submit plans within 45 days on how those problems would be fixed and said the Pentagon would create unified standards for care and a systemwide process to manage performance.

  • Secret Service director resigns

    Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he accepted her resignation and saluted her 30 years of service.

  • Brownback blasts New York Times

    The governor, who faces a tough re-election bid, said he’s surprised with the criticism his conservative, tax-slashing agenda has drawn. And he said he thinks some of his critics want his reforms to fail for political reasons.

  • GM looks to new vehicles, China to boost profit

    MILFORD, Mich. (AP) — General Motors CEO Mary Barra told investors Wednesday that GM plans a raft of new models and a big push to sell more cars in China to drive profits in coming years, as the biggest U.S. automaker tries to shift the spotlight from a mishandled recall of older small cars....

  • Secret Service chief blames media after resignation

    "I think it's in the best interest of the Secret Service and the American public if I step down," Pierson said. "Congress has lost confidence in my ability to run the agency. The media has made it clear that this is what they expected."

  • Russia won't limit Internet access, says Putin

    Despite saying all the right things to put the public at ease, President Vladimir Putin has a poor track record concerning internet freedom.

  • Nancy Pelosi not calling for Julia Pierson to resign, spokesman says

    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's office said Wednesday afternoon the California Democrat isn't calling for beleaguered Secret Service Director Julia Pierson to resign, despite earlier comments suggesting she should go.

  • Manchin: Energy states 'dead' without Louisiana's Landrieu

    Sen. Joe Manchin said Sen. Mary Landrieu's re-election was essential for energy-producing states because her would-be replacement atop the Energy and Natural Resources Committee's Democratic membership is "very, very leaning in a different, Left-mode." Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., would be...

  • WH 'deeply concerned' about new Israeli settlements

    The construction of roughly 2,5000 settlement homes in East Jerusalem "would send a very troubling message" to the international community, said White House press secretary Josh Earnest.



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