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Senior Federal Judge Expected To Plead Guilty To Some Stunning Charges

ATLANTA — A veteran federal judge who was arrested after authorities said he tried to buy cocaine and other drugs to use with a stripper is expected to plead guilty…

Alvin McEwen: Arguments against repealing DADT rooted in fear and homophobia

In the fight to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the argument of the lgbt community has been consistent. Sexual orientation should not be used a criteria to keep people from…

Airports Consider GOP Rep’s Call To Ditch TSA

ATLANTA — In a climate of Internet campaigns to shun airport pat-downs and veteran pilots suing over their treatment by government screeners, some airports are considering another way to show…

Obama Helps Biden Cover Campaign Debts

WASHINGTON — Vice President Joe Biden’s effort to pay off campaign debt is getting a hand from his boss and former rival, President Barack Obama. The Federal Election Commission said…

Joe Miller Fights Alaska Senate Election Results, Insists It’s Not ‘Impossible’ For Him To Win

Alaska Republican Joe Miller made clear on Thursday that he has no intention of conceding in Alaska’s U.S. Senate race despite rival candidate incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski being declared the…

HuffPost TV: WATCH: HuffPost’s Roy Sekoff On George Soros’ ‘Man Up’ Message To White House

HuffPost editor Roy Sekoff appeared on MSNBC’s “The Ed Show” Thursday night to discuss Democratic philanthropist George Soros’ recent downbeat statements regarding President Barack Obama’s performance in the wake of…

Adam Yamaguchi: Marijuana Made in America – By Mexican Drug Traffickers

Adam Yamaguchi is a correspondent and executive producer of Current TV’s Vanguard. I had a great summer. I spent much of it getting high. And it was all on the…

Sen. Bob Casey: Jamming the IED Assembly Line

Last week, Army Specialist Anthony Vargas, 27, of Reading, Pa., lost his life in Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when insurgents attacked his unit using an improvised explosive device.…

Ethics Committee recommends censure for Rangel

Ethics Committee recommends censure for Rangel

The House ethics committee on Thursday recommended censure for longtime Rep. Charles Rangel, suggesting that the New York Democrat suffer the embarrassment of standing before his colleagues while receiving an…

Top General Looking To Expand War-On-Terror Capabilities In Africa

And he said that while a number of Special Operations forces are trained in African languages and cultures, the military is not moving fast enough to provide similar training to…