Two Republican lawmakers claim there was an attempt by the US Attorney’s Office in Arizona to cover up a connection between the December 2010 death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and the government operation known as Fast and Furious, CBS is reporting.
A woman in Idaho, Jennie McCormack, has become the first person to file a lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of the “fetal pain” abortion ban.
Al-Qaida is “on a steady slide,” according to John Brennan, White House counterterrorism chief. Brennan told The Associated Press Wednesday that the killing of al-Qaida’s latest second-in-command, Atiyah Abd al-Rahman, in Pakistan last week was a “huge blow” to the organization.
The historic repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” (DADT) officially takes effect on Sept. 20. It is no coincidence that on the same day, a publication titled OutServe Magazine will look to make history as the first openly gay-themed magazine for military personnel by making its debut on military posts.
Republican elected officials and candidates will be allowed to march in the Wausau, Wis., Labor Day Parade after labor officials reserved an earlier decision to prohibit GOP lawmakers from participating in the event.
Texas cannot require doctors to show pregnant women a sonogram before they perform an abortion, a federal judge ruled. The law, which Gov. Rick Perry had as one of his 2011 priorities, would have gone into effect this Thursday.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney is making waves with his new memoir “In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir.” Many people, including Colin Powell, have lashed out at some of the “outlandish” statements in the book as well as the statements he has made on national television in defense of his book.
There’s a lot of talk these days as to what Congress can afford to cut out of the budget. Right now, they may have their eye on the tax allowance that enables clergy members to buy or live in multiple homes tax-free.
GOP candidate Rick Perry continued his assault on the Washington establishment Saturday when he told a crowd in Iowa that Social Security is a “Ponzi scheme” and a “monstrous lie” for young people.
Tourists who were hoping to travel to Washington, D.C. this weekend to celebrate the official dedication ceremony of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on Sunday will have to reschedule their plans. The threat of Hurricane Irene hitting the area this weekend has forced memorial organizers to postpone the event.
With the intense budget debt in Congress, Planned Parenthood has recently come under fire from the political right who seek to federally defund the program. A closer look at the program’s budget reveals just how much taxpayer money is used in supporting the controversial abortion provider while uncovering other sources that are financially underwriting the group.
The nation's most powerful union organization has been getting heat lately from both sides of the political aisle. Such pressure is making it harder for AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka to achieve his organization’s aggressive political goals.
The United States Navy allegedly discriminates against certain Christian denominations, according to Virginia attorney Arthur Schulcz, who represents 65 naval chaplains – 16 of whom are Southern Baptist and claim that they were discriminated against for promotions because of their evangelical beliefs.
Much of the concern of a possible nuclear disaster following the Virginia earthquake was quelled this morning when Dominion Power Company ended the alert at its North Anna Nuclear Power Plant in Mineral, Va., at 11:16 a.m. EST.
Veterans returning home from war face many obstacles when adjusting to civilian life. One of those obstacles is finding a job.
Washington, D.C., and surrounding areas were struck with an earthquake measuring 5.9 on the Richter scale. “I was on the fourth floor of the U.S. Treasury Annex. I’ve spent a lot of time out in California, so this wasn’t that bad. But everybody (in the office) was freaking out."
Vice President Joe Biden made headlines with his controversial comments regarding China’s one-child policy during a Sunday appearance at Sichuan University in Chengdu, China. The policy restricts couples to having only one child in an effort to control population growth.
Professional athletes are stepping up with more frequency sharing their stories about faith, triumph and belief in God.
Abuse: It comes in the form of domestic, sexual, verbal, and threats and can hit any household whether in a small city or tinsel town. Hollywood big hitters are coming forward with their stories of abuse with more frequency to bring awareness to what is becoming an epidemic in America.
If you’re looking for a job and not only that, but the job of your dreams - think and act in the realm of the extraordinary. Why? Because the American dream is still alive and well. See the Top ten ways to land a job.
The Eco-Justice Program (EJP) at the National Council of Churches of Christ is an organization that urges Protestant and Orthodox communities to place a higher value on God’s call to protect his creation. The EJP offers a gamut of programs that give churches the opportunity to implement sustainable programs such as energy, food, and water conservation just to name a few.
Clyde Norris, 44, is one person who hopes a new gene therapy will remove the cancer in his body. Once a body builder competitor and fitness trainer, Norris is now fighting a new enemy intent on destroying his white blood cells called acute myeloid leukemia.
Beijing has seemingly withstood the capitalist financial crisis of 2008 far better than the Land of the Free. So could it be that China is better at capitalism than the United States?
Washington, D.C. police have announced the arrest of 74 people involved in a 12-hour prostitution sting entitled “Operation Off the Streets” early Saturday morning.
An expensive piece of art, worth more than $250,000, was stolen on Saturday from a private art exhibit.