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2:03 AM - Tuesday, September 02, 2014
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Jade Walker
Sept 2 (Reuters) - Former U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor will join investment bank Moelis & Co as vice chairman and managing director, the company said, adding that Cantor will also be elected to its board. Cantor, who . . .
11 hour ago - Washington Post / Andrea Peterson
The leaking of hundreds of private and intimate photographs of Hollywood celebrities cast new doubt on the security of popular online storage sites Monday as investigators probed for explanations of the high-profile breach. Read full article >>
17 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Ashley Alman
WASHINGTON, Sept 1 (Reuters) - The U.S. government on Monday requested that the North Korean government release three U.S. citizens currently detained there "out of humanitarian concern" and grant one of them special amnesty to seek medical car . . .
7 hour ago - Washington Post / Matea Gold
Andrew Sabin gave Republicans so much money in 2012 that he accidentally went over a limit on how much individuals could donate to federal candidates and party committees. So Sabin, who owns a New York-based precious-metals refining business, w . . .
10 hour ago - Washington Post / Dan Balz
The House is in GOP hands, and no one thinks the November midterm elections will change that. Republicans could lose governorships in presidential battleground states, and that is hardly insignificant. But House and gubernatorial contests pale . . .
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
As their election hopes grow, Senate Republicans are starting to plan an agenda intended to extract policy concessions from President Obama without inducing the capital's market-rattling brinkmanship of recent years.
7 hour ago - dailykos.com
Joe Romm at Climate Progress writes Labor Day 2050: Global Warming And The Coming Collapse Of Labor Productivity: Global warming is projected to have a serious negative impact on labor productivity this century. Here is a look at what . . .
8/31/2014 - American Thinker
The fashioning of the City of Man is always subject to that same fatal flaw: that men cannot read the tea leaves of their own natures and are infatuated with their own intoxicating brilliance.
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
President Barack Obama will travel to Estonia this week intending to reassure the region, rattled by Russia's incursion into Ukraine, that NATO remains committed to defending its Baltic members.
15 hour ago - The Huffington Post / John Murray
As Americans celebrate Labor Day, they're forced to reckon with some tough facts about the state of our country's workforce. Despite the Left's tone-deaf efforts to declare victory on the economy, America's labor force participation rate has . . .
3 hour ago - CNN.com
One St. Louis-area police officer resigned and another retired in the continued fallout from questionable police actions in the days after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in a Missouri suburb.
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5 hour ago - chicago / Alex Stedman
Jimi Jamison, known for serving as lead vocalist for rock bands Survivor and Cobra, died Sunday night. He was 63.
8 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Nancy Leong
Same-sex couples who wish to marry are on a winning streak in the courts, and public polling reveals that marriage equality enjoys a higher level of support than at any time in the past. This increasing openness to different kinds of relationsh . . .
3 hour ago - BBC
Mayor of London Boris Johnson says plans for an airport in the Thames Estuary, dubbed "Boris Island", are not dead despite a commission looking into the UK's airport needs rejecting the idea.
9 hour ago - dailykos.com
A new study out this week shows that the Normandy school district, the district where Michael Brown graduated only days before his death, is the lowest-rated school district in the state. The district's rating declined 40 percent in a single . . .
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