U.S. offers to host meeting to ease China, Japan row

HANOI (Reuters) – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Saturday the United States has proposed to host a meeting among China, Japan and the United States to try to ease Sino-Japanese tension over a territorial dispute. Read the full story from Reuters

PA-Sen: 45% Toomey (R), 43% Sestak (D) (Muhlenberg 10/29)

Muhlenberg College / Morning Call 10/26-29/10; 480 likely voters, 4.5% margin of error Mode: Live phone interview (Muhlenberg PDF) Pennsylvania 2010 Senate 45% Toomey (R), 43% Sestak (D) (chart) 2010 Governor 50% Corbett (R), 41% Onorato (D) (chart) Jump to comments From The Huffington Post

SEC Whistleblower Fund Totals $450 Million

WASHINGTON — The Securities and Exchange Commission says it has set aside about $450 million for payments to outside whistleblowers whose information results in successful cases and penalties collected from companies or individuals. The SEC set up the program in accordance with the financial overhaul law enacted in July. It follows intense public criticism of […]

Jairus Grove: A User’s Guide to the New Racism

Jairus Victor Grove   Co-Editor, The Contemporary Condition The past few weeks have been very educational. Bill O’Reilly insisted that all Muslims are responsible for 9/11 only to be told that he should ‘moderate’ his remarks. A Move On activist was slammed against a curb for questioning Rand Paul’s integrity. Tea Bagger Judson Philips is openly […]