President Barack Obama's campaign set a goal of raising $60 million in the fourth quarter of the year to benefit the Democratic incumbent's re-election and the Democratic National Committee, a campaign official said on Saturday.
The Cool Energy House Project in Windermere, Florida, showcases energy innovations generated by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Building America program. The project will be shown in February in conjunction with the 2012 International Builders Show.
Cuban President Raul Castro has unveiled plans to pardon some 3,000 prisoners for “humanitarian reasons,” a group amnesty of unprecedented size, and “gradually” reform onerous laws restricting foreign travel.
Progress has been made in protecting against the threat of biological weapons, the State Department said Friday at the end of global talks which agreed to boost moves to thwart their spread.
The DOJ has rejected a Freedom of Information Act request from the New York Times asking for the legal basis for the American program of targeted drone killings of U.S. citizens off the field of battle.Entered By: Robert Lee
In an apology for racist newsletters that went out under his name twenty years ago, GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul’s campaign issued a statement on Friday acknowledging that Paul had been guilty of a “lack of oversight”
After failing twice to enact a system that would enrich a handful of private companies by screwing riders and destroying D.C.'s unique owner-operated cab industry, D.C. pols are at it again. And they've wisened up: There's no "medallion bill" to get
The United States said Friday that it was committed to working with Pakistan and pledged support for democracy, amid friction between the war partners and a political showdown in Islamabad.
the US Food and Drug Administration has reneged on its long-stated intention to compel large-scale agriculture to curb over-use of agricultural antibiotics
Michael E. McLaughlin, who abruptly resigned as Chelsea housing director last month after his $360,000 salary was revealed, put in only 15 full workdays in Chelsea all year to earn his extraordinary paycheck, according to a Globe review of his work c
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Scientists seeking to fight future pandemics have created a variety of “bird flu” potentially so dangerous that a federal advisory panel has for the first time asked two science journals to hold back on publishing details of research.
Republican lawmakers escalated a year-end showdown with the White House, putting off a vote on extending a payroll tax holiday demanded by President Barack Obama until Tuesday.
Budget cuts in a program to spur commercial space taxis will likely keep the United States dependent on Russia to fly astronauts to the International Space Station until 2017, NASA's head of space operations said on Thursday.
Defending against an attack is so hard that some think a stronger offense is required.
State police must release the black-box data from the unmarked Crown Victoria cruiser Lt. Gov. Tim Murray crashed when he said he was going for coffee and surveying storm damage before dawn last month, the secretary of state’s office has ruled, but p
The Securities and Exchange Commission said Thursday it will challenge a federal judge’s rejection of the agency’s $285 million fraud settlement with Citigroup. The agency is asking an appeals court to overturn the decision by U.S. District Court
A somewhat strange story emerged yesterday involving an extremist antigovernment group, a North Dakota sheriff’s office, and six missing cows, but there’s a much larger story behind this brief legal tangle
Government claims the right to tell you what to do. Using the blunt instrument of ‘government’ some people are able to categorize, regulate, tax, inspect, dragoon, conscript, enslave, bully, incarcerate, murder and push around other people. Why do th
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The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to support a resolution calling for a constitutional amendment that would assert that corporations are not entitled to constitutional rights, and that money is not the same as free speech.
Facing bankruptcy, the U.S. Postal Service is pushing ahead with unprecedented cuts to first-class mail next spring that will slow delivery and, for the first time in 40 years, eliminate the chance for stamped letters to arrive the next day. The e
In the shakeup of Italian politics, a Canadian agronomy professor was mistakenly recruited to be Italy's next junior minister for agriculture.
Should guns only be permitted in the hands of special people? Should every gun in the world be found and destroyed, so no one has guns? What would be the most ethical way for today’s decision makers, influential individuals, and power groups to ali
Those who don't recognize the beast of "government" for what it is, and don't understand that humanity, morality and justice need to be defended against aggressive evil done in the name of "authority," really do often view us as angry malcontents,
Amazon is acting as Big Brother. This individual situation may, by itself, seem trivial (and in one way, it is), but it's a piece of a bigger problem.
The death squads and concentration camps of history were never staffed by rebels and dissidents. They were were run by those who followed the rules.
When police moved to evict “Occupy Wall Street” protesters, reporters were prevented from witnessing the scene or arrested. The city also closed airspace to prevent news helicopters from taking aerial footage of the police crackdown.
On Thursday, Dec. 1, the city's de facto ban of the Happy Meal commences. San Francisco has accomplished what the Hamburglar could not. Or has it? In order to include a toy with a meal, restaurants must now comply with city-generated nutritional s
You can’t blame Allied Waste Services for being competitive, but you can blame local officials in Maplewood, Minnesota for not listening to their citizens. On Monday night, despite citizen demand, the city of Maplewood made a decision to cut down gar