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(WASHINGTON) -- Talk of impeachment has been all the rage in Washington this summer.Democrats say Republicans are shilling for it. Republicans counter that the buzz is merely a Democratic fundraising ploy. So who really started it, and when?Almost immediately after Obama took office, conservative commentators on the fringes began toying with the id...
Posted 2014-07-29 16:54:11
(WASHINGTON) -- Looks like President Obama's back swing might need a little work. A customized golf ball was reportedly found in the woods off the first hole at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland. The ball had "Titleist 44" printed on one side and "POTUS" on the other. Instagram user "larrydoh" claimed to have found the ball while pl...
(CHICAGO) -- Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is pushing for cell phones to be equipped with a "kill switch." A kill switch would allow a cell phone owner to completely disable a phone if it is lost or stolen. Mayor Emanuel hopes the legislation would lead to a drop-off in thefts. "So if one of the reasons on robbery, people are robbing, is for smart pho...
(WASHINGTON) -- The Senate confirmed Robert McDonald as the new Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs on Tuesday, one month after President Obama nominated him for the post. McDonald was confirmed with a vote of 97-0. McDonald, a former CEO of Procter & Gamble, will join the VA as the embattled department tries to ease wait times ...
(WASHINGTON) -- Mirror mirror on the wall, are Rand Paul and Cory Booker the most beautiful of them all? The answer is yes, at least according to an annual assessment of D.C.’s best-looking people.The Hill released its annual "50 Most Beautiful" rankings on Tuesday, which included several lawmakers from Capitol Hill, including Sens. Rand Paul...
(WASHINGTON) -- The United States will unleash a new round of sanctions against Russia in the wake of the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, President Obama said on Tuesday. "The cost on Russia will continue to grow," the president said in a statement at the White House. "Today is a reminder that the United States means what it says." Obam...
(WASHINGTON) -- The Senate confirmed Robert McDonald as the new Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs Tuesday, one month after President Obama nominated him for the post.McDonald, a former CEO of Procter & Gamble, was confirmed with a vote of 97-0.Late Monday night, a conference committee advanced legislation to provide nearly $17 bil...
(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday that he is still talking with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about achieving a lasting truce, saying the two men spoke again Monday night. “The prime minister talked to me about an idea and a possibility of a cease-fire, he raised it with me, as he has consistently,” ...
(WASHINGTON) -- House Speaker John Boehner shot down talk of impeachment once again Tuesday, raising his voice as he blamed Democrats for trying to push the idea for political gain.“We have no plans to impeach the president. We have no future plans,” Boehner said, answering a question from ABC News at a press conference. “Listen, ...
(NEW YORK) -- He’s reportedly worth around $250 million, so you might think Mitt Romney would opt for an opulent, luxurious vacation now that he’s out of the spotlight.Instead, the former presidential nominee, his wife, Ann, and five of their grandkids roughed it out in the “American West,” hiking over 50 miles cross-country...
Posted 2014-07-29 04:55:33
(WASHINGTON) -- A plurality of Americans believes that the militant group Hamas is to blame for the violence that has erupted in Gaza for the past three weeks.A Pew Research poll release Monday found that 40 percent of respondents fault Hamas while 19 percent says Israel spurred the attacks.Meanwhile, 14 percent say both sides are to blame while 28...
(WASHINGTON) -- Though the Supreme Court issued a major opinion concerning gay rights in 2013, it has so far sidestepped the issue of whether states can ban gay marriages. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling Monday striking down Virginia's strict marriage laws brought the issue one step closer to the justices. It's the second time a federal ...

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