Famed US author Ray Bradbury on Monday told the Los Angeles Times that this country needs a “revolution” and that he gets burned up by the idea of his works going digital.
Two of the protesters allegedly involved in hitting Sen. Carl Levin with a pie Monday were arrested last year while protesting U.S. war policy at the senator's office in Lansing.
How would you like to begin a peaceful, legitimate political action which could roll back the last 100 years of government growth and national debt along with the hated federal income tax and the Fed?
Customers enter a mobile phone shop as a billboard of a BlackBerry phone is placed at the entrance in Calcutta, India, Friday, Aug. 13, 2010. India may ask Google and Skype for greater access to encrypted information, once it resolves security concer
South Korea President Lee on Sunday emphasized coexistence and proposed a unification tax to prepare for any future collapse of North Korea. Monday, he expressed strong support for this week's war games with the United States.
Workers their own governments thought expendable, Congress decided were so essential, it borrowed another 26 thousand million dollars from China to keep them on state and local payrolls.
Obama’s “withdrawal” is nothing more than a publicity stunt, thousands of U.S. troops and contractors will remain in Iraq as an occupying force for years if not decades
Afghan president: Donors should stop supporting private security, share contract information
At the same memorial, a group of students were confronted by a security guard for singing the national anthem. They were told by Park Police they were "were in violation of federal law and their impromptu performance constituted a demonstration in an
Charlie Rangel thinks an emergency session of Congress is the perfect time to give a 31-minute speech about his current ethics problems.
A mother who was shot along with her two-year-old son when they were carjacked at a drive-through restaurant in Jacksonville, Florida, has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the police. The lawsuit alleges that the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office
'Today is an extremely important day,' says general; concerns still linger
Saudi Arabia and Libya, both considered allies by the United States in its fight against terrorism, were the source of about 60 percent of the foreign fighters who came to Iraq in the past year to serve as suicide bombers
They call themselves sovereign citizens, U.S. residents who declare themselves above state and federal laws. Many don't register children's births, carry driver's licenses or recognize the court system. Some peddle schemes that use fictional legal lo
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the United States remains "open to engagement" with Iran amid tensions over its nuclear aims, according to an interview transcript released Sunday.
The commander of US forces in Iraq said Sunday that Iraq's military is ready to take over operations in the country.
When it comes to pay, federal workers receive benefits averaging $41,791. When you factor in salaries and those benefits, which include pensions, federal civil servants earned about $123,049. By comparison, private workers make half as much.
City leaders later this month may ban the use of the usually plastic, hip-gyrating equipment on a five-block pedestrian mall known as the Fremont Street Experience in the city's downtown core because, they argue, their use obstructs traffic flow and
Inspectors told Julie Murphy and her mother, Maria Fife, to stop selling lemonade at the monthly Last Thursday arts festival in Northeast Portland last week. State law technically requires that even lemonade stands have temporary restaurant licenses,
How did Bob Abbey get named to head up the mineral division of BLM? By firing the man who tried to expose the contamination of drinking water with radiation from uranium leaching into the groundwater and filling up the pits. Nevada is riddled with
ACLU executive director admits that government action which prevented them from representing accused terrorist al-Awlaqi 'did raise our eyebrows'
China's air force begins a five-day exercise on Tuesday with fighter jets, spy planes and helicopters, state media said, against a backdrop of increased diplomatic and military tensions with Washington.
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Raul Castro said Sunday that his government will scale back controls on small businesses, lay off unnecessary workers and allow more self-employment — significant steps in a country where the state dominates nearly every facet of the economy.
Babeu told CNSNews.com that rather than help law enforcement in Arizona stop the hundreds of thousands of people who come into the United States illegally, the federal government is targeting the state and its law enforcement personnel.
Just weeks ahead of a planned P5+1 talk with Iran, Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Admiral Michael Mullen announced on Meet the Press that the military has drawn up plans to attack Iran, though he insisted they would only do so ‘if necessary‘
Though the identity of The Times’s source wouldn’t eke out for several days, we knew the whistle-blower had to be Daniel Ellsberg, an intense research fellow at M.I.T. and former Robert McNamara acolyte who’d become an antiwar activist around Boston.
Following the release of 92,000 war log files, Liz Cheney is calling for WikiLeaks to be shut down and says that the founder has "blood on his hands."
The United States is close to activating a missile shield over southern Europe as part of its effort to shore up regional defenses in the face of a missile threat from Iran, The Washington Post reported.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan believes that the US should "follow the law" and let the Bush tax cuts lapse. He disagreed Sunday with Republicans who say that tax cuts pay for themselves.