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  • Religious groups lobby FCC for open Internet

    In a letter sent to the FCC on Sept. 15, the groups highlighted the importance of a free and open Internet to the religious community as a means of connecting with members and advocating for justice in a —œcrowded and over-commercialized media environment.—�

  • Fraternity accused of marking students for date rape drug

    The Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee was served with a search warrant last Tuesday after accusations surfaced that party-goers may have been marked with color-coded "X's" for date rape.

  • Islamic State offensive poses problems for Turkey

    SURUC, Turkey (AP) — Fierce fighting Monday between the Islamic State militant group and Kurdish forces just over the border in Syria brought the battle closer to Turkey, triggering a surge of tens of thousands of refugees and raising pressure for the government to step up efforts to take on the...

  • Japan-born admiral nominated as U.S. Pacific commander

    If confirmed by the Senate, Adm. Harry B. Harris would take over from current commander Adm. Samuel Locklear as skepticism over the viability of President Obama's "Pacific pivot" strategy has reached a peak.

  • SEC hands whistleblower record-breaking $30 million award

    SEC officials said the widespread securities violations would have been difficult to detect were it not for the whistleblower, whose identity they did not make public.

  • White House intruder previously charged with weapons possession

    The man accused of breaching security and making it inside the White House Friday had two previous encounters with Washington, D.C., police and was arrested in Virginia in July and charged with eluding police and possession of a sniper rifle and a sawed-off shotgun.

  • Mainstream Scream: Chris Matthews ridicules ISIS fear, rips neocon 'hucksters'

    This week's Mainstream Media Scream features a regular, MSNBC's Chris Matthews, host of Hardball, and is rant that "neocons" are scaring people about the threat of ISIS.

  • Media hype: Networks all in to push 'Climate March'

    The TV networks were clearly showing their green this weekend, giving the "People's Climate March" in New York nearly five times the coverage of the biggest annual march in Washington, the anti-abortion "March for Life."

  • Issa responds to Lois Lerner interview

    "She appears to have great confidence that her allies in the Obama Administration will not consider legal action after she resigned and declined to discuss the IRS’ actions against private citizens," Issa said.

  • Prosecutor: more than 800 rounds of ammunition found in car of alleged White House intruder

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Prosecutor: more than 800 rounds of ammunition found in car of alleged White House intruder.

  • These 125 black women in Mississippi may be the key to conservatives' chances

    Many small-business owners are like your corner grocer, with no intention to expand. Your neighborhood dry cleaner isn't trying to start a national chain. Your average realtor isn't looking to add a big staff and become a manager.

  • Anti-rape activist to men: Tell your buddies a woman is 'ugly' to prevent rape

    Kat Hofland, president of "I Always Get Consent," an anti-rape organization, told an audience at Arizona State University in early September that suggesting women are ugly is a better rape deterrence than women being aware of their surroundings, Campus Reform reported.

  • Issa: Lerner should talk to Congress, not just the media

    House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa said it is "telling" that ex-IRS administrator Lois Lerner gave a media interview defending herself, even though she has refused to testify before Congress about her involvement in the agency's alleged scheme to target...

  • House to investigate White House breach

    The top Democrat on the House's oversight panel has vowed to investigate how an intruder was able to get into White House last week, a scenario he called a "major, major" security failure.

  • The death of the republic part II: Knowledge of Congress edition

    A disturbingly large number of Americans are unable to state which political party controls the U.S. House of Representatives and which party controls the U.S. Senate, according to a new Gallup report.



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