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7:49 AM - Wednesday, August 20, 2014
9 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Clay Calvert
If the early reports are correct and journalist James Foley was, in fact, executed by ISIS, you can honor him -- and not play into the terroristic hands of that organization -- simply by not watching the video of his murder. Video voyeuris . . .
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20 hour ago - LA Times / Christine Mai
The Ice Bucket Challenge to raise funds for ALS research showed no signs of cooling this week, with the ALS Assn. reporting that it raised a whopping $7.3 million overnight.
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11 hour ago - POLITICO / Maggie Haberman
Democratic strategists say there's little to be gained by weighing in beyond brief statements.
10 hour ago - POLITICO / Dylan Byers
The anonymous watchdogs who outed BuzzFeed's Benny Johnson for serial plagiarism have set their sights on a far bigger target: Fareed Zakaria, the veteran foreign policy journalist who has claimed that a previous plagiarism incident was merely . . .
8 hour ago - WSJ.com
Tuesday brought calm after a violent evening, repeating a pattern that has established itself in Ferguson, Mo., over the past week.
9 hour ago - Washington Post / Aaron Blake
The woman questioned why Christie still played Springsteen's songs, saying Springsteen had told Christie to stop doing so. Then Christie went to work. (Video courtesty of NJ.com) Read full article >>
11 hour ago - Washington Post / Aaron Blake
President Obama's decision to launch airstrikes in Iraq was a popular one -- especially among his biggest political adversaries, conservative Republicans. According to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, 63 percent of conservative Republicans . . .
18 hour ago - The Huffington Post
By Jonathan Kaminsky NEW ORLEANS, Aug 19 (Reuters) - In a blow to Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal's move to withdraw his state from Common Core education standards, a state judge on Tuesday blocked Jindal's plan to scrap a key . . .
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20 hour ago - POLITICO
It's a paradox of Obama's presidency: he is constrained from addressing the actions in Ferguson.
9 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Larry Womack
In light of the horrific situation in Ferguson, an op-ed ran in today's Washington Post, chillingly titled, "I'm a cop. If you don't want to get hurt, don't challenge me." Not "obey the law." "Don't challenge me." Here's a bit of what this u . . .
8/18/2014 - Mediaite / Matt Wilstein
Just as CNN's Brianna Keilar threw to Don Lemon, who was reporting live from the street in Ferguson, Missouri early Monday evening he told her, "I think we're about to be arrested."
10 hour ago - ABC News
ISIS had recently threatened to kill U.S. journalist James Foley to avenge airstrikes the United States has conducted in Iraq, a senior U.S. official told ABC News. The White House had been aware of the threat prior to the release of a video Tu . . .
13 hour ago - Washington Post
FERGUSON, Mo. — As darkness fell Tuesday, police and protesters braced for a repeat of late-night confrontations 11 days after an officer killed an unarmed black teenager. About midnight, the streets near where 18-year-old Michael Brown was ki . . .
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10 hour ago - Washington Post / Josh Hicks
Job Corps celebrates its 50th anniversary on Wednesday, marking a half century as one of the nation’s largest career-training networks for low-income youths. The program, a vanguard of President Lyndon Johnson’s war on poverty, has seen its sha . . .
10 hour ago - Washington Post / Sean Sullivan
Rep. Colleen Hanabusa (Hawaii) said Tuesday that she will not challenge the results of the Democratic U.S. Senate primary she lost last week to Sen. Brian Schatz . In a statement, Hanabusa, who objected to holding a vote in two precincts so so . . .
8/18/2014 - American Thinker
What will come after the nation state? Perhaps the liberals will fold it into their supranational utopia, or perhaps it will collapse in a war of the identities.
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