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Networks Covered Cecil the Lion More in 1 Day Than Abortion Videos in 2 Weeks
America's anchors have spoken: the shooting of one lion vastly outweighs the trafficking of baby parts by a taxpayer-funded abortion giant. In other words, the broadcast news shows spent more time in one day on Cecil the Lion than they did on the Planned Parenthood videos in two weeks. [ 2 Comments ]

Older man holds Defund Planned Parenthood sign at the March for LIfe
Abortion Opponents Plan Nationwide Planned Parenthood Protest
Anti-abortion groups are planning a coordinated, nationwide protest in front of Planned Parenthood clinics later in August, in an effort to ramp up pressure on the group for its involvement in obtaining aborted fetal tissue. [ 1 Comment ]

Court bars anti-abortion group from releasing new videos of Calif. company officials
A temporary restraining order has been issued preventing an anti-abortion group from releasing any video of leaders of a California company that provides fetal tissue to researchers. The group is the same one that previously released three covertly shot videos of a Planned Parenthood leader discussing the sale of aborted fetuses for research. [ 4 Comments ]

President Obama and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry share a laugh with Italian Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini, left, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, and British Prime Minister David Cameron while waiting to meet with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko before the NATO Summit in Newport, Wales, United Kingdom on September 4, 2014.
John Kerry: Obama Might Not Follow Law if Congress Blocks Iran Deal
Testifying before Congress this morning, Secretary of State John Kerry refused to pledge to follow the law in the event that Congress rejects the deal he negotiated with Iran. [ 8 Comments ]

John Boehner coup: Rep. Mark Meadows files motion to oust House Speaker
Tea party champion Rep. Mark Meadows filed a motion Tuesday to oust House Speaker John A. Boehner from his leadership post, escalating the feud between a faction of conservative lawmakers and the Republican leadership. [ 8 Comments ]

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The 'Wall Street wing' of the Republican Party is working with Democrats and LGBT rights activists to pass sweeping legislation that would make it a federal crime to discriminate against homosexuals and transgenders in housing, education and the job market.

China and Russia are developing maneuvering high-speed strike vehicles that pose new threats to the United States, U.S. Strategic Command leaders said Wednesday.

The U.S. intelligence community is bracing for the possibility that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's private email account contains hundreds of revelations of classified information from spy agencies and is taking steps to contain any damage to national security, according to documents and interviews Thursday.

During the legislative debate over the passage of President Obama's healthcare law, supporters of the program were sensitive to any suggestion that it represented a government takeover of the healthcare system.

The much anticipated Q2 GDP number with prior revisions is out and, as expected, Atlanta Fed's 2.4% estimate was once again nearly spot on, with the advance release coming in at 2.3%, below Wall Street's consensus estimate of 2.5%. But more importantly, as part of the annual revision to prior GDP data, one which as we observed would include the infamous 'double seasonal adjustments', both Q1 2014 and 2015 GDP prints, the 'winter' collapse, was revised well higher, with Q1 2014 increase from -2.1% to -0.9%, while last quarter's final GDP which had printed at -0.2% is now 0.6%.

While engaging in the mundane task of gathering financial statements for a 'secure retirement' meeting with my husband's and my adviser, this Baby Boomer stumbled upon documented proof that our nation does not have the guts to confront one of its most serious economic problems. The realization came when I pulled from my files a document statement innocently titled, 'Your Social Security Statement.'

A federal judge threatened to hold IRS Commissioner John Koskinen in contempt Wednesday after the IRS failed to produce, as ordered, newly recovered emails of former IRS official Lois Lerner.

The epicenter of California's drought crisis is in the Central Valley, where there are growing fears the drought could wipe entire towns off of the map.

Billionaire Donald Trump has taken a commanding lead in the race for the 2016 U.S. Republican presidential nomination with the support of 25 percent in a Reuters/Ipsos poll, giving him a double-digit advantage over nearest rival Jeb Bush.

Federal Reserve officials believe the economy is healing, but not fast enough to raise interest rates.

Kentucky Senator and Republican presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul said that he thinks there are about 58 senators who will vote to defund Planned Parenthood on Tuesday's 'Hannity' on the Fox News Channel.

A little over half of Americans want Congress to reject the Iran nuclear deal, according to a new CNN/ORC poll. Fifty-two percent of respondents said that Congress should reject the agreement, while 44% said Congress should approve it.

Two moderate earthquakes have been recorded in central Oklahoma.

The number of illegal immigrants in the United States totaled 11.3 million in 2014, outnumbering the 9.6 million Americans who were unemployed in the same year, according to data from Pew Research Center and the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) gave low-income housing to millionaires, according to a recent audit.

There is a two-month gap in Hillary Clinton's emails that coincides with violence in Libya and the employment status of a top Clinton aide, Huma Abedin.

As more Republican lawmakers demand Congress immediately take up legislation to strip federal funding from Planned Parenthood in the wake of new undercover videos revealing the sale of fetal tissue, GOP leaders are seeking a slower path to passage that can draw wide support.

At a time when the majority of Americans do not view Hillary Clinton as honest and trustworthy, nearly all registered voters deem honesty an important characteristic for the next U.S. president to possess.

Gun control is still going nowhere in Congress. And in fact, with every major mass shooting in America, gun-rights supporters seem to be digging in even further -- and bringing the rest of America along with them.

The Boy Scouts of America have ended a blanket ban on gay adult leaders while allowing church-sponsored Scout units to maintain the exclusion because of their faith.

A crowd of several hundred gathered Saturday night to see Detroit's newest resident: A 9-foot, 2,000-pound statue of a goat-headed occult idol named Baphomet.

A substantial majority of Republicans want billionaire mogul Donald Trump to stay in the 2016 presidential race, according to a new CNN/ORC poll. He's the candidate GOP voters are most likely to say they want to see on the debate stage.

Spies, largely of Chinese origin, are going to dramatic lengths to steal critical information from U.S. companies, officials within the intelligence community say.

Four out of a sample of just 40 emails that were on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's personal email server 'included IC-derived classified information,' according to a memorandum that L. Charles McCullough, III, the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community, sent yesterday to the chairmen and ranking members of the House and Senate intelligence committees and to DNI James Clapper.

The governing board of the Boy Scouts of America is expected Monday to lift its ban on openly gay employees and adult volunteers, a decision that is likely to keep the massive youth organization out of court but could divide it further.

An earthquake measuring magnitude 6.9 struck the Aleutian Islands in the U.S. state of Alaska late on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said.

Lawmakers voted overwhelmingly in favor of bringing back to life the now-expired Export-Import Bank. An amendment to revive the bank, which saw its authorization come to an end in June thanks in part to staunch opposition from conservative lawmakers, was attached to another measure that passed 67-26.

The United States never intended to dismantle Iran's entire nuclear program and the nation's top diplomat never promised 'anytime, anywhere inspections,' Secretary of State John Kerry told members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during a hearing Thursday morning. Dismissing talk of a better deal to thwart Iran's nuclear program as a 'fantasy' involving 'some sort of unicorn arrangement involving Iran's complete capitulation,' the secretary was met by several highly skeptical critics, one of whom told him Iran had 'fleeced' the US in the negotiations.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is calling for an investigation into the group behind two undercover videos featuring top Planned Parenthood officials discussing fetal tissue donations.

A gunman killed two people and injured seven others late Thursday when he opened fire in a Lafayette, La. movie theater before turning the gun on himself, the city's police chief said.