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James Brady Homicide Ricochets from Reagan Assassination Attempt

James Brady died of a gunshot wound from 33 years ago, when an assassination attempt was made on then president Ronald Reagan. At the...

Grand jury indicts Texas governor for abuse of power

A grand jury has indicted the Texas governor, Gov. Rick Perry, on a two count charge that borders on mismanagement of public funds and...

Ceasefire begins in Gaza strip after hostile exchange of fire

In what appeared to be a progress to the ongoing diplomatic talks on the Israeli-Palestinian faceoff in Gaza Strip, a ceasefire has taken effect...

Pope Francis visits South Korea, holds first Mass

In his first visit to South Korea, but the third papal visit to Asia since 1999, Pope Francis is visiting South Korea on a...

Tiger Woods Recovers from Sacrum Injury, Will Play in PGA Tour

Tiger Woods experienced back pain during the final round of the Bridgestone Invitational this past weekend, and, as he rode off the golf course...

A house divided: US house of epresentatives sues american president Barack Obama

Abraham Lincoln said in a speech over 150 years ago that “a house divided against itself cannot stand,” echoing the words of the Jewish...

Ohio Governor Warns of Water Contamination

The Collins Water Treatment Plant located in Toledo, Ohio has placed the city and its 600,000 residents under a state of emergency due to...

Falling Gas Prices in July Indicate Surprising New Trend

The AAA Fuel Gauge Report now lists the average price for a gallon of gas in the US at $3.517 (around $3.52). If you’ve...

AHA Homosexuality Ban Struck Down By Ugandan Court

The Anti-Homosexuality Act of 2014 (AHA, for short) has been struck down by the Kampala Constitutional Court in Kampala, Uganda. What’s most striking about this...

Lone-wolf terrorists could ‘strike at any moment’ says Homeland Security Secretary

Lone-wolf terrorist attacks are something that those who live in the U.S. should be increasingly prepared for, according to officials from Homeland Security. On...

Plagiarism Doesn’t Pay: John Walsh Resigns from Senatorial Race

Montana Democratic Senator John Walsh decided to stop pursuing hopes of another senatorial term yesterday, as he said that the plagiarism scandal he’s currently...

Tropical Cyclones In Pacific Ocean Indicate Active Storm Season

Normally, around this time of year, US residents turn their attention to the Atlantic Ocean to see what tropical cyclones – hurricanes, tornadoes, and...

Iron Dome Bill Denied By Republicans to Maintain Debt Balance

With Israel now fighting off terrorist group Hamas for the last three weeks in Operation Protective Edge, the US Congress met recently. Democrats proposed...

Team USA Will Now Play Without Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant decided yesterday to withdraw from Team USA, with a statement that he is both mentally and physically exhausted from his regular season...

F.E.C. losing hope about a fair 2016 election

The Federal Election Commission has one of the most challenging jobs in all of politics. It's intended purpose is to serve as the check...

Strong Earthquake in Southwestern China Kills 150, Largest in 14 Years

A strong earthquake with a magnitude 6.1 rating (as measured by the US Geological Survey) struck in the Yunnan province yesterday in southwestern China,...

Tiger Woods out at Bridgestone Invitational, Awkward Swing to Blame

If you’ve ever had a lower back injury, you’ll realize that it renders you somewhat paralyzed – even if you still have feeling in...

Chevrolet Recalls 6 more vehicle models, brings total to 60 for 2014

It’s been a rough year for Chevrolet. The 2014 Chevrolet Impala was recalled in February due to a defect in the transmission adjuster that caused...

Immigration Bill To Be Resurrected by US House of Representatives

An immigration bill that would help a number of Central American children who cross the Mexican border into the United States each year has...

Hawaii Storm Update: Iselle and Julio Now Hurricanes

All eyes have been on Hawaii this week, as the islands are bracing themselves for Hurricane Iselle – the first hurricane the islands have...

Vermont Civil Union Hinges On Same-Sex Marriage Ban

Heather Brassner is stuck between a rock and a hard place. On July 6, 2002, she entered into a civil union with her then partner...

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