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9:08 AM - Friday, November 21, 2014
11/20/2014 - FOXNews.com
White House press secretary Josh Earnest pointed the finger squarely at House Republicans on Thursday for President Obama's decision to take executive action on immigration reform
14 hour ago - Informed Comment
By Charles Recknagel (RFE/ RL) As the six world powers and Tehran try to reach a deal in Vienna, there is more at stake than simply ending the crisis over Iran's nuclear…
6 hour ago - POLITICO / Brett Norman
Nearly 400,000 of the plans were for stand-alone dental coverage, not medical.
11/20/2014 - The Huffington Post / Lilly Workneh
FERGUSON, Mo., Nov 20 (Reuters) - Police arrested about six people overnight after they tried to block a street in a protest calling for a grand jury to charge a white police officer over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teen in August. . . .
7 hour ago - NPR / Ron Elving
At the Republican Governors Association meeting in Florida, 2016 presidential contenders vied to be the most outraged. But here too, the focus was less on the policy than on the unilateral process.
11/20/2014 - Washington Post
Former Virginia senator Jim Webb on Wednesday evening announced that he is launching an exploratory committee to consider running for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016. "Over the past few months thousands of concerned Americans f . . .
5 hour ago - Mediaite / Andrew Kirell
As he's made abundantly clear by now, famed neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson believes God will talk to him about running for president in 2016. As we draw closer to primary season, it appears as though those vague whispers have turned into physical . . .
6 hour ago - POLITICO / Alexander Burns
The president's decision is bound to draw a backlash from middle-of-the-road white voters.
23 hour ago - rightwingwatch.org / Paul Gordon
In response to President Obama's upcoming action on immigration, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has vowed to retaliate by sabotaging the federal court system in his own state. No, that's not how he phrased it, but that would be the impact of his vow. Y . . .
7 hour ago - The Guardian
Prime minister says Conservatives are determined to regain seat from Ukip to ensure party remains in power after 2015 voteThe Conservatives are “absolutely determined” to win back the Rochester and Strood parliamentary seat at next year’s gener . . .
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post
Hispanics will create a socialist voting bloc in the United States as they replace American workers, but that won't lead to ethnic cleansing, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach said on his radio show on Sunday. Basing his remarks on a Pe . . .
4 hour ago - The Guardian / Libby Brooks
New first minister reveals group comprising five men and five women including her as leader and John Swinney as deputyScotland’s first female first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has announced a new cabinet with a 50/50 gender balance, after pledgi . . .
7 hour ago - The Guardian
Labour MP Emily Thornberry apologises for sending a controversial tweet during the Rochester and Strood byelection. The MP for Islington South and Finsbury announces her resignation and tells reporters: 'If I've upset anyone or insulted anybody . . .
5 hour ago - The Guardian / Rowena Mason
Leader singles out Midlands and Yorkshire seats where research predicts MPs have no chance of winning as ConservativesNigel Farage has called on Conservative MPs in four northern constituencies to consider whether they would be better off stand . . .
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Peter Dreier
America's gun lobby discovered that the nation's epidemic of gun violence is no laughing matter. On Thursday, comedian Jay Leno cancelled his speaking gig at a gun industry event less than 24 hours after three reform groups launched a petition . . .
6 hour ago - WSJ.com
The University of California’s governing body voted to raise tuition across the system’s 10 campuses by as much as 5% for each of the next five years, despite opposition from students and the state’s governor.
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