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Newly energized Obama lays out vision, says country is strong again
Texas
WASHINGTON — Speaking before the largest number of Republicans in Congress in more than eight decades, President Barack Obama challenged Americans Tuesday night to "choose who we want to be," saying w
January 23 2015
Activists disrupt U.S. top court, denounce campaign spending ruling
Union, Washington
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Activists staged a rare protest inside the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday, shouting denunciations on the fifth anniversary of a ruling that lifted limits on corporate spending in elections as police rushed to corral them, knocking over chairs and causing a ruckus in the normally staid chambers. Hours later, President Barack Obama also condemned the 2010 ...
January 22 2015
Obama in State of Union: ‘Verdict is clear, middle-class economics works’
Kentucky
WASHINGTON (CNN) — President Barack Obama made a feisty pitch for economic populism in his State of the Union Address Tuesday night, touting the improving economy under his watch and making the case that government has a role in ensuring equal opportunity for all. Obama began his speech at 9:10 p.m. in front of a […]
January 21 2015
News of Record for Jan.15, 2015
Valley, Washington
10:29 a.m., theft — A man on South Washington Street said his brother stole items from his car and took them to a pawn shop. 10:31 a.m., animal complaints — A woman on Yaney Avenue said she would “work” on quieting her barking dogs after neighbors complained.
January 20 2015
Snarking The Golden Globes: Our Recap
George, washington
There are live updates... and then there are live updates from the Golden Globes with a bit of snark.
January 18 2015
From 'Selma' to 'American Sniper,' artistic licence gets audit in Hollywood's a
Washington
NEW YORK, N.Y. - After Stephen Hawking privately screened "The Theory of Everything," he judged the affectionate portrait of his life, from student to world-famous theoretical physicist, with a succinct verdict. "Broadly true," Hawking pronounced. Not everyone, though, is so polite about the
January 17 2015
Artistic license gets an audit in Hollywood’s award season
Washington
NEW YORK – After Stephen Hawking privately screened “The Theory of Everything,” he judged the affectionate portrait of his life, from student to world-famous theoretical physicist, with a succinct verdict.
January 17 2015
From 'Selma' to 'American Sniper,' artistic license gets an audit in Hollywood'
Washington
NEW YORK — After Stephen Hawking privately screened "The Theory of Everything," he judged the affectionate portrait of his life, from student to world-famous theoretical physicist, with a succinct verdict.
January 17 2015
From 'Selma' to 'American Sniper,' artistic license gets an audit in awards season
Washington
NEW YORK, N.Y. - After Stephen Hawking privately screened "The Theory of Everything," he judged the affectionate portrait of his life, from student to world-famous theoretical physicist, with a succinct verdict.
January 17 2015
Artistic license gets an audit in Hollywood's awards season
Washington
NEW YORK (AP) — After Stephen Hawking privately screened "The Theory of Everything," he judged the affectionate portrait of his life, from student to world-famous theoretical physicist, with a succinct verdict.
January 17 2015
US looks forward to working with Sri Lankan President-elect
Washington
Washington, Jan 9:  The US looks forward to working with Sri Lankan president-elect Maithripala Sirisena, Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday said, as he commended outgoing President Mahinda Rajapaksa for accepting the election results. "I look forward to working
January 17 2015
U.S. Supreme Court rules for Minnesota homeowners in mortgage dispute
Minnesota
Brainerd Dispatch WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled in favor of homeowners seeking to back out of mortgages when lenders are accused of failing to follow a federal...
January 14 2015
Federal politicians looking to seduce you: Harper
Bow, Washington
OTTAWA—Take a bow, hard-working taxpayer. This is your year. You will be known by your moniker, to be repeated over and over by your federal government. You will be known by the indignities visited upon you, according to our opposition parties. You will be known by the incessant advertising aimed at you and the fealty paid to you by your federal representative, even if his or her identity will ...
January 09 2015
Coming days could prove pivotal for same-sex marriage
Louisiana
WASHINGTON — Gay couples began marrying in Miami on Monday, kicking off a pivotal week in which the Supreme Court will have a chance to consider whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry or whether states may limit marriage to a man and a woman.
January 07 2015
Keystone XL job No. 1, GOP says
Nebraska
Daniel J. Graeber WASHINGTON, Jan. 6 (UPI) -- With the Republican-led Congress taking its seat Tuesday, lawmakers say passing the Keystone XL oil pipeline is job No. 1 for the U.S. economy.
January 06 2015
Kremlin Foe Navalny Defiant at 'Filthy' Punishment as a Weakened Putin Stares Down Dissent
Washington
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny remains defiant after violating house arrest to reach a protest by the Kremlin, thumbing his nose at the system that spared him while locking up his brother. The ...
January 04 2015
The 5 Strangest Antigay Ads of 2014
Washington
Back in November, researchers published a groundbreaking study that found some genetic similarities in 409 pairs of gay brothers. LGBT-rights activists celebrated the news as further evidence that gay desires are innate and can’t change. But Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays, an organization that believes homosexuality is the result of early trauma or family life and that advocates for gay ...
December 30 2014
Putin foe avoids prison but is detained for breaking house arrest
Washington
Alexei Navalny?s anti-corruption movement has long been a thorn in Putin?s side.
December 30 2014
Chris Brown's bodyguard sentenced to probation
Washington
Singer Chris Brown's bodyguard Christopher Hollosy has been given a 90-day suspended jail sentence, 1-year probation and ordered to perform 24 hours of community service for breaking the nose of a Beltsville man last year.
December 28 2014
VA Hospitals Have Work to Do on Preventing Patients’ Death From Medical Errors
Virginia
An analysis of case records performed by reporters for the Washington Free Beacon revealed that between 2010 and 2014, 526 former members of the U.S. military died after a doctor, surgeon nurse or pharmacist working at U.S. Veterans Affairs medical center made a mistake. Each loss of life could not be directly linked to an […]
December 26 2014
NYC Cop Avoids Choking-Death Charge, Renewing Ferguson Outrage
Washington
A white New York City police officer accused of killing a black man with a chokehold avoided indictment, triggering new protests over police use of force a week after a Missouri grand jury cleared a white ...
December 23 2014
Rep. King blames Garner's health
Washington
While many lawmakers have been denouncing the Staten Island grand jury decision not to indict white police officer Daniel Pantaleo in the July chokehold death of an unarmed black man, Eric Garner, Rep. Peter King, R-New York, has been taking a different approach.
December 23 2014
As a Major U.S. Problem, Race Relations Sharply Rises
Washington
The percentage of Americans saying "race relations" or "racism" is the most important problem in the U.S. has climbed dramatically to 13%, the highest figure Gallup has recorded since a finding of 15% in 1992, in the midst of the Rodney King verdict.
December 23 2014
Eric Garner protests continue in cities across America through second night
Washington
Marchers take to streets in anger at chokehold verdict, with demonstrations also taking place in other major cities • We can’t breathe: the burgeoning Eric Garner protests – video Protesters swarmed the centre of New York and cities around the US in a second night of largely peaceful protest following the decision not to indict a white New York police officer over the death of Eric Garner, an ...
December 23 2014
Lockerbie: Courts to decide whether appeal against bomber's conviction can be taken forward by
Washington
THE SCCRC is seeking the opinion of judges to determine if a victim's family member can proceed with the appeal against Abdelbaset al-Megrahi's conviction two-and-a-half years after he died.
December 22 2014
Former Razorback Found Not Guilty In Second-Degree Murder Case
Oklahoma
WASHINGTON COUNTY (KFSM) – A Washington County jury found former Razorback football player Joshua Melton not guilty of second-degree murder Thursday morning. Jurors began deliberating at 9 a.m. Thursday whether the former Razorback football player intentionally beat his friend to death after a night of drinking last year. The jury delivered its verdict just after […]
December 22 2014
Volokh Conspiracy: Two district courts adopt the mosaic theory of the Fourth Amendment
Michigan
In recent decisions, two federal district courts adopted what I have called the "mosaic theory" of the Fourth Amendment. First, a judge in Michigan held that tracking a cell phone's location for 30 days is a search that requires a narrow warrant to be constitutional. Second, a judge in Washington held that video surveillance of a suspect's front yard from a public utility pole is a search that ...
December 18 2014
DC City Council Picking Fight Against Supreme Court Over Hobby Lobby Decision
Washington
Washington, D.C., passed a bill that attempts to counter a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing for closely-held businesses to be exempted from the federal birth control mandate.
December 17 2014
Supreme Court declines to review decision blocking Arizona abortion law
Texas
(c) 2014, The Washington Post. WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday declined to review a lower court decision blocking an Arizona law that abortion-rights supporters said would have virtually eliminated medical abortions in the state.
December 15 2014
Remarks by the President on Immigration -- Chicago, IL
Georgia
Copernicus Center Chicago, Illinois 5:05 P.M. CST THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you so much.  (Applause.)  Everybody, have a seat.  (Applause.)  Thank you.  Thank you so much.  Happy early Thanksgiving, everybody.  It is good to be home.  (Applause.)  Although it's cold in Chicago.  (Laughter.)  It was 60 degrees in Washington.  It's not 60 degrees here.  (Laughter.)  Let me begin by thanking the ...
December 10 2014
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