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U.S. spies on millions of cars
The Justice Department has been building a national database to track in real time the movement of vehicles around the U.S., with hundreds of millions of records about motorists, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Biker gang takes over the streets of Miami
Hundreds of dirt bike and ATV riders took over Miami yesterday when they swarmed through city streets and highways, taunting police and pulling wheelies in an apparent tribute to Martin Luther King.
Charges Expected To Be Filed Against MOA Protest Organizers
Bloomington City Attorney Sandra Johnson expects to file criminal charges against the organizers of Saturday's protest at Mall of America. The group, “Black Lives Matter” chose the mall for its high visibility, but was warned repeatedly that it was privat
Jeb Bush explores 2016 presidential race
Jeb Bush said Tuesday he will "actively explore" a 2016 presidential race, giving his strongest signal yet about wanting to follow his father and brother in the White House.
2014 is the Year of the Liberal Lie | New York Post
Bowe Bergdahl. The IRS’s missing e-mails. Lena Dunham. “Hands up, don’t shoot.” Jonathan Gruber. GM and that faulty ignition switch. Andrew Cuomo and that anti-corruption commission. The Secret Service and that White House intruder. Rachel Noerdlinger and
Admin, student confirm fake Facebook hack
A University of Chicago student has admitted to posting a racially charged Facebook status which they had previously claimed was a hack by the UChicago Electronic Army (UEA).
America's Ferguson protests put police authority on trial
The grand jury verdict in Ferguson, Mo., not only set off a night of rioting and protest across the U.S., but also showed the extent to which society has granted police effective immunity for their actions. Is that really a good thing, Neil Macdonald asks
How Barack Obama's presidency has come undone
He held out hope and promise, but at last count at least 120 of those promises have gone unfulfilled, Neil Macdonald reports. Barack Obama himself must be wondering where it all went sideways.
Obama chooses U.S. prosecutor Lynch to be next attorney general
President Obama, in nominating New York federal prosecutor Loretta Lynch on Saturday to be the country’s next attorney general, called her the most qualified public servant for the job. However Lynch will still face a difficult confirmation process in Con
Dems rush to save suddenly vulnerable incumbents .
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Desperate Democrats are rushing to save suddenly vulnerable House incumbents, even in states where President Barack Obama cruised to double-digit victories, amid fresh signs of Republican momentum less than a week before the midterm ele
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