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Israel refuses to tell Obama its Iran intentions
Barack Obama wants to know before Israel attacks nuclear weapon seeking Iran. Israel is not willing to give him that guarantee as Israel's trust of Obama appears very shaky.. Obama orders stepped up monitoring of Israel
Israel test fires missile that can hit Iran as Iran Nuclear Threat Grows
Israel successfully launched a missile that can hit Iran as Benjamin Netanyahu recently holds discussions on possible pre-emptive military action against Iran. Israel readies to face Iran threat...
Lawmakers Challenge White House on 'Scientific Misconduct'
Lawmakers challenge the Obama administration's science czar over repeat incidents of "scientific misconduct" among agencies. "We identify in this letter important examples of agency scientific misconduct." more scientific misconduct feared
Advisers Warned Obama on Solyndra
Barack Obama advisers warned him to distance himself from Solyndra. Obama warned on Solyndra...
Google chairman Denies Google 'Cooks' Its Search Results
Google chairman Eric Schmidt told lawmakers in a Senate hearing that Google does not tamper with its search results. Google has come under fire from antitrust officials who are investigating whether they have been abusing their power. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) expressed frustration when Schmidt did not directly answer whether Google's rankings used an unbiased algorithm. Are Google results unbiased?
Google Anti-Trust Investigations Ramp Up
Google is facing widening investigations from US states involving the company's search engine. Federal troubles into the online giant are also mounting. Google investigations
Google Offers Gay-Only Employee Benefit
Google raises eyebrows after announcing they are compensating gays for taxes paid on health insurance for those in domestic partnerships; but not doing the same for heterosexuals. Google gay-only compensation
Rochester, NY Woman Arrested After Recording Police From Her Yard
A woman filming a traffic stop was arrested in Rochester, NY. Video recording of police arrest
NBC Cuts Out 'Under God' From Pledge of Allegiance During U.S. Open - Two Times
The words "under God" were cut out of NBC's video of the Pledge of Allegiance during the U.S. Open introduction. NBC issued an apology after outraged viewers complained. 'Under God' omitted
Organic Cucumbers Hit with Killer Bug
Spain and Britain have been hit with a killer bug that is suspected of originating with organic cucumbers. Other countries have also been hit. People in Germany are being warned to avoid cucumbers, lettuce, and tomatoes when traveling to Germany. more on killer bug
US National Security Breach: Pakistan Considers Letting China View Downed Stealth Copter
China has requested to see the downed US helicopter that was used in the raid that resulted in the killing of Usama Bin-Laden. Pakistan is said to be considering it. No word yet on what Barack Obama's response will be to this very provocative act on the part of Pakistan and China. China and Pakistan test Obama...
Omar Bin Laden: My Father's Death was Criminal; Burial at Sea Humiliating to Family
Omar Bin Laden, son of reputed terrorist Usama Bin-Laden is threatening to sue Barack Obama and America over assassination and humiliating burial of his father. More on Omar Bin-Laden complaints
36,000 More Jobs Lost in February
February was another tough month for the labor market as employers cut another 36,000 jobs. Unemployment still at 9.7%
Huge Earthquake Hits Chile
Chile has been hit with an earthquake measuring 8.8 on the rictor scale. Tsunami fears have ensued. USGS Chile earthquake details
Google Warned by EU Data Privacy Regulators over Street View Photos
EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding stated that Europe had "high standards for data protection" and that she expected that "all companies play according to the rules of the game." Google's EU privacy concerns
Head of US Marines Opposes Ending Ban on Gays Serving Openly in Military
"My best military advice to this committee, to the (defense) secretary, and to the president would be to keep the law such as it is," said General James Conway. Don't ask don't tell controversy
New Congressional Report Accuses ACORN Of Widespread Corruption
GOP members of the House Oversight Committee have issued a new report that accuses ACORN of political corruption and fraud and calls for a criminal investigation. "ACORN is a political machine that uses a complex corporate web [and] powerful political allies to break laws in pursuit of a partisan agenda," said Representative Darrell Issa (R-Calif.).
Scheme to use taxpayer money to support partisan political agenda
European Commission Launches Preliminary Antitrust Investigation into Google
Google's search engine and its advertising service have been called into question over possible unfair practices.
One of the complaints was from Microsoft
Voter Unhappiness with Congress Hits Highest Level Ever Recorded
71% of those polled say Congress is doing a poor job and only 10% of voters say Congress is doing a good job. Historic lows for Congress
Russia Won't Back Tough Sanctions on Iran
Russia moved to protect its $3 billion annual trade ties with Iran by announcing it would not support tough sanctions on Iran. Russia offers no solutions on Iran
Home Sales Plunge to Record Low
New home sales plunged 11% to a record low in January revealing more bad news for the staggering economy. More bad economic news
Pa. Abortion Doctor's License Suspended - Deplorable and Unsanitary Conditions
Federal agents raided an abortion clinic and found what could be described as a house of horrors. Abortion clinic raid
New Barack Obama ACORN Video Released - Campaign Lie Exposed
Rep. Daryl Issa, R-Cal., released a shocking video of Barack Obama, which shows his relationship to the group to be quite different from what he was saying during his election campaign. Obama ACORN video and campaign transcripts
Ron Paul Upset Winner of CPAC Presidential Straw Poll
U.S. Rep. Ron Paul won the annual CPAC presidential straw poll besting Governor Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin, who finished second and third respectively. There were 2,400 votes cast at the Conservative Political Action Conference presidential straw poll. CPAC vote news
UN Report: Iran May Be Trying to Develop Nuclear Payload for Missile
A leaked confidential report by the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency reveals that Iran may now be trying to develop a nuclear payload for a missile and also confirms that they have begun enriching uranium to higher levels. UN Iran nuclear story
Donald Trump: China Laughing at Our Global Warming Stupidity
"I watched as one of the big representatives from China was talking about global warming, and I know that, underneath, he's laughing, because I know a lot of people, a lot of entrepreneurs and businesspeople from China, they laugh at our stupidity as a country," Donald Trump said in an interview with Neil Cavuto.
Trump has also said that Al Gore should give back the Nobel Peace Prize given that he won it based on his theory of global warming. Its never been colder
Climategate Professor Phil Jones Admits There Has Been No Global Warming Since 1995
Professor Phil Jones, the scientist at the center of the climategate scandal has admitted that there has been no warming since 1995 and suggested that global warming may not even be a man-made phenomenon.
Professor Jones admits his record keeping not as good as it should be
Dick Cheney: If Obama and Biden Had Their Way Saddam Hussein Would Still be in Power
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said in an interview that Barack Obama should give some thanks to George W. Bush for policies that were in place regarding the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. He added: "Obama and Biden campaigned from one end of the country to the other for two years criticizing our Iraq policy. If they had had their way, if we'd followed the policies they'd pursued from the outset or advocated from the outset, Saddam Hussein would still be in power in Baghdad today."
Dick Cheney on Barack Obama's national security policies
Google Stepping on the toes of Social Networking Websites Facebook and Twitter
Is Google determined to put the rest of the world's internet companies out of business? Google Buzz is taking on social websites like Facebook and Twitter in their latest attempt to control where the masses go and what they do online. Google Buzz
Obama Administration: Americans Enjoy No Reasonable Expectation of Privacy With Their Cell Phones
The ACLU and other civil liberties groups are planning to tell the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia that Americans' privacy deserves more protection and judicial oversight than what the Obama administration has proposed. Big brother?
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Iran is Now a Nuclear State
Iran president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has stepped up the rhetoric by claiming that Iran is now a nuclear state. Experts believe Iran is moving close to realizing this nuclear claim. Gordon Brown: The world's patience is wearing thin
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough Makes Strange Accusation of Fox News' Chris Wallace
Joe Scarborough of MSNBC accused Fox News' Chris Wallace of rolling his eyes at the end of an interview with Sarah Palin. Wallace compared Scarborough's interpretation of an eye twitch message to that of secret messages received by the serial killer Son of Sam by a labrador retriever. Chris Wallace has high praise for Sarah Palin
Blizzard Warnings from Baltimore to New York City
Highways and schools closed as record breaking snowfall pounds the eastern United States in yet the lastest killer winter storm. more news on the snowstorm
Senior Chinese Military Officers Propose Punishing Washington
Senior Chinese military officers have proposed punishing the United States by boosting defense spending and selling US bonds. This apparently due to US arms sales to Taiwan. China threatens United States
Sen. Jim DeMint Twitter: It's Going to Keep Snowing in DC Until Al Gore Cries Uncle
Senator Jim DeMint twittered a poke at Al Gore about all the snow that has been falling this winter. Jim DeMint's Al Gore twitter
Senate Global Warming Hearing Canceled Because of Major Snowstorm
The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works hearing entitled, "Global Warming Impacts, Including Public Health, in the United States" has been postponed due to the major snowstorm hitting the nation's capital. The senate.gov website referred to it as "inclement weather." . global warming embarrassment
The Least Trusted Banks in America
The bottom seven trusted banks from 7th from the bottom to last, are Bank of America, Chase, Capital One, TD/Commerce, Fifth Third, Citibank, and in last place, HSBC. Banks perceived to be only out for the bottom line
FOX News' 3 AM Show Red Eye Beats CNN Prime Time
FOX News' very late night show Red Eye celebrated its three-year anniversary by topping CNN's prime time lineup of Campbell Brown at 8pm and Larry King at 9pm. FOX News' Red Eye a late night hit
Iran President Orders Further Enrichment of Uranium
Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ordered his atomic agency to significantly enrich the country's stockpile of uranium. Iran nuclear weapons news