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  • Joe Miller's odd non-concession concession

    The U.S. Senate election in Alaska was three days ago, but second-place finisher Joe Miller still hasn't conceded to the winner, former state Attorney General Dan Sullivan.

  • Rudy Giuliani will raise money for Minnesota Senate candidate Mike McFadden

    The former New York mayor, who has not been an outsized presence on the campaign trail this year, will co-host the fundraiser for Al Franken's Republican challenger. Tickets are $2,600 per person.

  • Scott Brown pulls even with Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire

    The latest results from the WMUR Granite State Poll show the Republican has closed the gap with the Democratic incumbent to within the poll's margin of error.

  • Iraq militants kill 64 in attack on Sunni mosque

    BAGHDAD (AP) — A suicide bomber and several gunmen attacked a Sunni mosque in a volatile province outside Baghdad during Friday prayers, killing at least 64 people and wounding more than 60, officials said. It was not immediately clear if the attack was carried out by Shiite militiamen or the...

  • Russian aid convoy reaches war-torn Luhansk

    LUHANSK, Ukraine (AP) — An Associated Press reporter has seen the first trucks in a massive Russian aid convoy entering the war-torn city of Luhansk in eastern Ukraine. Russian trucks carrying food, water, generators and sleeping bags crossed into rebel-held regions of Ukraine on Friday morning...

  • Israeli boy killed in Palestinian mortar attack

    JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli rescue officials say a 4-year-old boy has been killed in a mortar attack near the border with the Gaza Strip. The attack occurred early Friday evening in a southern Israeli village along the frontier. Eli Bin, head of Israel's national rescue service, confirmed the...

  • Fallout from campus sexual assault hysteria: College men now suspicious of women

    Thanks to an increased focus on sexual assaults on college campuses, young college men are starting to rethink how they talk to women.

  • Nigeria confirms 2 new Ebola cases

    ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Two new cases of Ebola have emerged in Nigeria and, in an alarming development, they are outside the group of caregivers who treated an airline passenger who arrived with Ebola and died, Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu said Friday. The two new cases are spouses of medical...

  • Janet Yellen's calculation of when to end the Federal Reserve's stimulus is changing

    The Fed chairwoman, speaking Friday at a conference of top central bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyo., acknowledged that the Fed is nearing a tipping point in its calculation between tightening monetary policy at the risk of creating more unemployment and keeping money too loose for too long.

  • Yellen: Job-market shifts complicate rate decision

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Friday that the Great Recession complicated the Fed's ability to assess the U.S. job market and made it harder to determine when to adjust interest rates. Yellen's remarks to an annual Fed conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, offered no...

  • VIDEO: Mitt Romney keeps it classy for the ALS ice bucket challenge

    The former presidential candidate dons a full suit and calls in some outside support to raise awareness for ALS.

  • The Obama administration was wrong to release information on the failed ISIS rescue mission

    Pentagon officials confirmed Thursday that a mission to rescue prisoners held by the ISIS had been launched earlier this year in Syria, but that the extraction team had failed to locate the hostages.

  • Yellen says shifts in job market since Great Recession make Fed rate decisions more difficult

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Yellen says shifts in job market since Great Recession make Fed rate decisions more difficult.

  • Illinois term limit battle could end Friday

    Illinois Republican gubernatorial hopeful Bruce Rauner's last chance at getting term limits on the November ballot may come to an end Friday.

  • Fanning the flames of racial tension

    For over a week, we have been repeatedly told that a white police officer shot and killed an "unarmed black teenager" in Ferguson, Mo. â€" and now the highest law enforcement official in the nation is reinforcing this narrative. 



From the Weekly Standard

  • No Law, No Order

    Ferguson, Mo.

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  • No Reply from America?

    On Tuesday, August 19, an American citizen, James Foley, was savagely killed. The group of jihadists known as ISIL had previously killed and brutalized tens of thousands of non-Americans. But they...

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  • Bartleby, the President

    President Obama insists Republican opposition to his policies has forced him to boycott Congress and resort to governing by executive order. This is only partially true. Yes, Republicans strongly...

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