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The Clinton Foundation and Russian Uranium Deal: A Recap

There is a darker story about the real inner-workings and goals of the Clinton Foundation.

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Joe Biden Tops Paul Ryan In Their Debate in Danville, Kentucky

Last night Vice President Joe Biden and Republican Vice President-hopeful Paul Ryan squared off in a debate in Danville, Kentucky.

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Bad Week For President Obama, Jerry Sandusky's Trial, Strife in Egypt, and Spain Bailout

The Big 3 Things of the Week in the World of News June 15, 2012

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Is Iran a Bigger Threat to Oil Prices and Our Economy or The War on Terror?

Believe it or not, the biggest threat Iran poses is not in its nuclear program, control of the Strait of Hormuz, disregard for an inarguable standard of a free and fair political system or hostility towards Israel -- it’s the country’s role in the

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Dictator Hosni Mubarak is Gone: Now What's in Store for Egypt's Future?

Hosni Mubarak ceded power to the Egyptian military on Friday as a popular revolt swept away the leader of the Arab world’s most populous state, throwing into question the future of the entire Arab world. In the aftermath of Friday’s historic day, here are thee important questions that need to be addressed. 1. What should President Obama do about Egypt, now? Best course of action, Mr. President, is to do little or nothing.

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Christchurch Earthquake, Blowout Preventer, Iran-Taliban, Mark Hurd, Steven Slater, Robert Schimmel Photo: Labor Day Weekend News

The Omelette Sunday September 5, 2010 Labor Day Weekend Edition Labor Day Weekend has been a rather slow news weekend and here's the latest. Christchurch Earthquake in New Zealand

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China's Protection of Iran Results in Stonewalling at Nuclear Summit

Guess who was stonewalling at the Nuclear Summit?

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A Revolution in Photos

On February 1, 1968 South Vietnamese police chief Nguyen Ngoc Loan put a handgun up to the temple of handcuffed Viet Cong suspect Nguyen VanLem. Loan pulled the trigger, spilling the young man’s blood over a Saigon street. The incident was caught by Eddie Adams, an Associated Press photographer who would later win a Pulitzer for the shot. 

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