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3:04 PM - Monday, December 22, 2014
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Paul Kane
Embattled GOP Rep. Michael Grimm is expected to plead guilty in connection with felony charges filed against him in April, according to court documents filings Monday which set a plea hearing for Tuesday.Read full article >>
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Samantha Lachman
A federal appeals court declared as unconstitutional on Monday a North Carolina law requiring abortion providers to show a woman an ultrasound and describe the images in detail before she can have an abortion. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of A . . .
2 hour ago - chicago
British vocalist Joe Cocker, whose blues-drenched, unfettered performances made him one of the most distinctive rock singers of the late '60s and early '70s, died Dec. 22 in Colorado. He was 70, and had been battling lung cancer.
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
The U.S. Army is referring Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl to Gen. Mark Milley after completing an investigation of why the American soldier disappeared from his base in Afghanistan in 2009 and how he ended up in Taliban hands.
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Curt Goering
Thanks to the extraordinary leadership of Senator Dianne Feinstein and the Senate Intelligence Committee staff, we now have the much-anticipated executive summary of the Committee's historic and bipartisan report on the CIA torture program post . . .
3 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Jeffrey Laurenti
President Obama's bold announcement last week on Cuba has upended the conventional narrative that his administration, buffeted by foreign policy crises throughout 2014, had lost its ability to set the international agenda. Instead, he seems po . . .
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Elise Foley
WASHINGTON -- U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell on Monday seemed skeptical of a lawsuit filed by Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the self-proclaimed "America's Toughest Sheriff" on immigration, over executive actions by the president that could protect up t . . .
6 hour ago - thinkprogress.org
More facts are emerging about his fragile mental state, his criminal history, and the circumstances leading up to his brutal acts on Saturday.The post The NYPD Shooter Had A History Of Mental Health Issues And Violence Against Women appeared fi . . .
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
President Obama has selected Atlanta U.S. Attorney Sally Quillian Yates to serve in the No. 2 job at the Justice Department, according to people familiar with the matter.
2 hour ago - LA Times / Tracy Wilkinson
The release of five Cuban intelligence agents imprisoned in the United States has been a cause celebre here for years -- the one issue that officials constantly harped on, seeing the incarceration of the men and denial of access to their famili . . .
9 hour ago - nationalreview.com / Mario Loyola
According to U.S. law, the North Korean hack attack on Sony, and subsequent threats against Sony and its distributors (and moviegoers), were acts of “international terrorism” within the meaning of 18 U.S.C. Sec. 2331, which defines the term for . . .
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Antonia Blumberg
For the second year running, Pope Francis delivered what sounded like a not so Christmas-y Christmas message to Vatican Curia. In his 2014 Christmas greeting, Pope Francis didn't waste too much time with niceties but instead shared 15 "ailments . . .
4 hour ago - The Guardian / Nicholas Watt
Warning of return to 1980s emergency-based policing, with thousands of job losses possible in coming years as cuts biteThousands of police officers around the country face losing their jobs by the end of the decade as part of George Osborne’s p . . .
7 hour ago - Washington Post / Jaime Fuller
Cards Against Humanity, the self-described "party game for horrible people," has sent some weird stuff to people as part of its "Ten Days or Whatever of Kwanzaa" promotion. About 250,000 people paid $15 for the chance to receive 10 strange pres . . .
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — The Navajo Nation had bitter debates when it was deciding whether to allow casinos on the reservation and if alcohol should be sold in them. The arguments focused on the revenue and jobs casinos and liquor could bring to . . .
3 hour ago - Mediaite / Tina Nguyen
While NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton publicly stood by Mayor Bill de Blasio during today's press conference addressing the murder of two officers, he admitted the obvious: police morale was low and many officers do not like de Blasio.
6 hour ago - Washington Post / Jerry Markon
An emotional New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio paid tribute on Monday to the families of the two New York City police officers killed in an execution-style slaying, calling for a halt to police-related demonstrations until the officers are lai . . .
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