President sees 'the recovery of sovereignty' in take-back of natural resources from corporations
Yonas Fikre believes the US government played a role in his hellish three-month detention in the United Arab Emirates.
The US is refraining from defining waterboarding and other questionable interrogation methods it used to apply to terrorist suspects as torture, possibly with a view to using them once again someday.
Nation's radioactive waste may soon be traveling at rapid pace to Texas disposal site
The last few months have made abundantly clear what women must do: Rid America’s capitols of misogynists.
Provision that allows feds to suspend passports of accused tax delinquents expected to pass Congress
Do you believe that America is a seething cesspool of filth and corruption? If not, you might change your mind after reading this article.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources has, in total violation of the Fourth Amendment, conducted two armed raids on pig farmers in that state
Democrats argued that it was time for the tax code to treat the wealthy and the middle class fairly, but were unable to get enough votes to have the rule clear the Senate
A General Services Administration official refused to answer U.S. lawmakers' questions about the planning of an $823,000 Las Vegas conference.
President Barack Obama's trip to Colombia this weekend has been overshadowed by a prostitution scandal involving at least 11 Secret Service agents assigned to the White House's advance security detail.
'Taxmageddon' is the preferred description of David Leonhardt at The New York Times to describe the unique fiscal situation due to happenat the end of this year.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has arrived in Cuba to undergo a fourth round of radiation therapy to treat a recurrence of cancer
Nicolas Sarkozy was declared the most unpopular president in French history in a damning poll on Sunday ahead of the first round of the presidential elections next week, as the two leading candidates vied to rally voters in mass, open-air speeches in
North Korea won’t be bullied by its nuclear-armed enemies, third-generation dictator Kim Jong Un said in his first public address at a military parade as South Korea warned that his regime may conduct an atomic test.
Twelve US Secret Service agents were sent back to the US from Cartagena, Colombia, after allegedly drinking heavily and consorting with prostitutes. Is the long-veiled agency struggling with an increasingly complex mission?
North Korea celebrates the 100th anniversary today of the birth of state founder Kim Il Sung, two days after the regime was embarrassed by the disintegration of a long-range rocket that was meant to showcase its power.
...former Transportation Security Administration chair Kip Hawley slammed the agency saying "it is a national embarrassment that our airport security system remains so hopelessly bureaucratic and disconnected from the people whom it is meant to prote
After Pakistan Bid to Curb Civilian Deaths, Washington Denies Deal
In one of the largest financial settlements made to American Indian tribes, the federal government ended lawsuits by agreeing to pay tribes more than $1 billion for the mismanagement of funds the government holds in trust.
Infowars Nightly News host Paul Joseph Watson covers a story that encompasses UN Agenda 21.
Pelosi Confident Women's Votes Will Mean Democratic Sweep in November Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) says she is confident she will regain the gavel when Democrats sweep the November elections. “Just looking at the top of the ticke
For only the second time in Fox News' tracking of the theoretical — and now real — matchup between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, the latter has surged to a two-point lead.
Soon, Congress will begin drafting legislation reauthorizing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which serves as the legal framework for domestic espionage against external threats.
Carving up Pakistan by fomenting separatist movements along Pakistan’s western border has been on the US geopolitical drawing board for years.
Would covert operatives whose work involves subverting democratic governments abroad... hesitate when ordered to participate in comparable activities at home? Assassination of JFK
Infowars reporters Darrin McBreen and Marcos Morales were barred from entering city hall in Roswell, Georgia and had their movements tracked by police simply for asking questions about the case of Andrew Wordes
Here's where it gets pretty awkward
Today, the President released his 2011 federal income and gift tax returns.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy will just not make things easy for himself.