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Army looks at changes in training regimen

Army looks at changes in training regimen

Sit-ups don’t make a soldier, the Army has decided. So its 30-year-old fitness requirements are getting a battlefield-inspired makeover. Soon every soldier will have to run on a balance beam…

I no longer believe George W. Bush called the Constitution a ‘god damned piece of paper’

I no longer believe George W. Bush called the Constitution a ‘god damned piece of paper’

For the record, I do not believe President George W. Bush ever called the U.S. Constitution a “god damned piece of paper.” There was a time when I did believe…

HSBC halts foreclosures after government review

HSBC halts foreclosures after government review

HSBC Holdings PLC is suspending foreclosures in the U.S. after a government review of the lender‘s procedures revealed problems with the way it handled some home repossessions. The London-based bank’s…

Senate set to send Obama stopgap spending bill

Senate set to send Obama stopgap spending bill

In an early victory for Republicans, the Democratic Senate is voting to send President Barack Obama a GOP-drafted measure that cuts $4 billion in spending as the price for keeping…

Mike Huckabee lied about Obama’s Kenyan roots

Mike Huckabee lied about Obama’s Kenyan roots

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee suggested in a radio interview that President Barack Obama‘s childhood in Kenya shaped his worldview — even though Obama did not visit Kenya until he…

Walker’s plan would hurt Wisconsin schools

Walker’s plan would hurt Wisconsin schools

Gov. Scott Walker is plowing ahead with his full plan for balancing Wisconsin‘s budget, proposing massive cuts to public schools even as he faces a stalemate over his proposal to…

Will Wisconsin battle restore union power?

Will Wisconsin battle restore union power?

In trying to take away nearly all collective bargaining rights from state workers, Wisconsin‘s governor may have unintentionally given the American labor movement the lift it needed after years of…

Are we ready for a President named Newt?

Are we ready for a President named Newt?

  The biggest obstacle to a Newt Gingrich presidential bid might be Gingrich himself. The twice-divorced former U.S. House speaker has admitted an affair with a former congressional aide who…

It’s a bird, no it’s a plane, no it’s a spy bird!

It’s a bird, no it’s a plane, no it’s a spy bird!

  You’ll never look at hummingbirds the same again. The Pentagon has poured millions of dollars into the development of tiny drones inspired by biology, each equipped with video and…

OK, so Bernanke’s plan worked: Now what?

OK, so Bernanke’s plan worked: Now what?

Nearly everything is going according to the plan Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke hatched six months ago. During a speech in Jackson Hole, Wyo., on Aug. 27, Bernanke outlined an…