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A new report from Bloomberg Government reminds us of something very, very important before the upcoming elections in six months.
Democrats swept both governors' races Tuesday, with Sen. Jon Corzine easily winning New Jersey and Lt. Gov. Tim Kaine taking Virginia despite a last-minute campaign push for his opponent from President Bush.
Dr. Robert Bloomberg, a primary care physician in Tempe, believes it is “ethically unacceptable” for doctors to turn away Medicare patients because of inadequate reimbursement. However, that conviction means he and others who continue seeing Medicare patients have quite a struggle ahead of them.
Two senior Department of Homeland Security officials have been stripped of their security clearances and transferred to lesser duties. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says it's not enough. He wants them fired.
Gov. Jan Brewer said she won’t support any new laws to limit who can carry a gun, even in the wake of the killing of students and teachers in Connecticut.
A popular graphic making the rounds on the Internet shows Boston Marathon bombing terrorist brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev with the caption: "Apparently Not Verizon Customers." It refers to news reports that under a secret court order in April, the National Security Agency was collecting the telephone records of tens of millions of American customers of Verizon. P.S. That revelation was quickly topped.
Immediately after John McCain became the presumptive GOP presidential nominee on Tuesday, discussion among party insiders immediately switched to what possible strategy the maverick Republican could use to unify the party.
The nanny state goes nannying on, and as it often does, under the guise of doing the right thing.
NEW YORK - Shakira dominated the Latin Grammy awards as she won a leading four trophies, including album of the year for "Fijacion Oral Vol. 1" and song and record of the year honors for "La Tortura," her smoldering duet with Alejandro Sanz, on Thursday night.
In the May 5 edition, you reported on the passage of a bill that changed the designation of an intersection, which in turn changed the law on running a yellow/red light, changing the violation standard.
“House Republicans have had their ninth hearing on the supposed cover up of the Benghazi attack which resulted in no new information. The only cover up I can see is the fact that the GOP voted last year to cut U.S. Embassy security funding by $300 million dollars but refuse to take personal responsibility for their actions.”
WASHINGTON -- U.S. forces launched a strike against "targets of military opportunity" in Iraq, President Bush said Wednesday night. He described the action as the opening salvo in an operation to "disarm Iraq and to free its people."
WASHINGTON — The question surfaces each time a mass murder unfolds: Will this one change the political calculus in Washington against tougher gun control?
Mesa's Scott Smith became the 1,000th U.S. mayor to sign a climate protection agreement pledging the city will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and make progress on other environmental issues.
The Obama administration seems to have gone Jack Bauer on us, which would be okay if we were just talking about non-American enemy combatants on some far-flung battlefield. It seems the administration danced its way around case law and the Constitution in an attempt to justify the assassination of three American citizens it refuses to acknowledge it had any part of, post execution.
Mesa Mayor Scott Smith has joined an influential bipartisan coalition that seeks to prioritize federal investment in the country's infrastructure, be it roads, levees or schools.
ATLANTA - Federal scientists say they will consider requests to ship the recently recreated 1918 killer flu virus to select U.S. research labs.
NEW YORK - New York City has closed three schools in response to a swine flu outbreak that has left an assistant principal in critical condition and sent hundreds of kids home with flu symptoms, in a flare-up of the virus that sent shock waves through the world last month.
May 5, 2005
WASHINGTON - Homeland Security officials issued a bulletin advising state officials, police and transit and rail agencies to be vigilant in light of the bombings in Spain.
You have a duty to die. It’s not enough to say that someday you will die.
June 7, 2004
With more companies and government agencies wanting to reach audiences through the Internet, Avnet Corp. has created a studio solely dedicated to producing programs for distribution on the Web.
WASHINGTON — The poverty rate among older Americans could be nearly twice as high as the traditional 10 percent level, according to a revision of a half-century-old formula for calculating medical costs and geographic variations in the cost of living.
When a parent abuses or neglects a child, government steps in to offer protection. But who steps in when government abuses or neglects its people? Nearly three years ago, the United Nations announced an answer to that question: It would.