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Revelations of NSA spying earn Pulitzer Prize

Revelations of NSA spying earn Pulitzer Prize

Coverage of the National Security Agency’s sweeping surveillance program that won the Pulitzer Prize for public service Monday follows a tradition of bucking the U.S. government on matters of secret…

Amazon founder buying Washington Post for $250 million

Amazon founder buying Washington Post for $250 million

The shocking announcement Monday left reporters and editors of The Washington Post speechless.  It left Washington stunned. Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, was plunking down $250 million in cash…

Grand jury investigating Sen. Robert Menendez

Grand jury investigating Sen. Robert Menendez

Sen. Robert Menendez is being investigated by a Miami federal grand jury for his role in advocating for the business interests of a wealthy donor and friend, The Washington Post…

Ousted agent bragged about ‘checking out’ Sarah Palin

Ousted agent bragged about ‘checking out’ Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin says the joke’s on the ousted Secret Service supervisor who wrote on Facebook that he was “checking her out” while protecting the former Republican vice presidential candidate during…

Boehner plans takeover amid phony austerity

Boehner plans takeover amid phony austerity

Here in the days of high unemployment and a lagging economy, Republicans promise a low-key kickoff to the their takeover of control of the House of Representatives this week —…

‘Exhausted’ Obama critic loses her job

‘Exhausted’ Obama critic loses her job

At a Town Hall meeting, Velma Hart told President Barack Obama a couple of months ago that defending him and his policy had “exhausted her.” Now she’s not only exhausted.…

The Latest Attack on our Nation

David Hume once wrote, "It is seldom that liberty of any kind is lost all at once." Few words ring ever so true and appropriate today. It isn't so much…

Tea Party’s diverse agenda could be a problem

Tea Party’s diverse agenda could be a problem

South Carolina tea party activist Sunny O’Donovan plans to travel to Washington in January to personally witness the swearing-in of her new congressman, Jeff Duncan, who was elected with the…

Pelosi’s political purgatory

Pelosi’s political purgatory

The petite woman in regal purple edged her way behind a raucous mob of reporters awaiting the next speaker of the House, a brutal midterm election behind her and an…

Gates on gay ban report leak: Who asked? Who told?

Gates on gay ban report leak: Who asked? Who told?

Defense Secretary Robert Gates on Friday condemned the leak of a Pentagon study looking at ending a ban on gays in the US military, launching a probe into the disclosure.…

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