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(Washington, DC) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is striking back against criticism that his speech to Congress didn't offer any real alternatives to a nuclear agreement the U.S. is negotiating with Iran. Illinois Representative Adam Kinzinger tells Fox News there...
(Lake Wales, FL) -- A gunman who wounded two police officers in the central Florida community of Lake Wales apparently lured the officers to his home with a 911 call. Lake Wales police say the 59-year-old suspect opened fire on the officers when they responded to a call of shots...
(Washington, DC) -- The Supreme Court hears arguments today in a case that could cripple the Affordable Care Act. The key issue involves taxpayer subsidies for health insurance. The law states that the federal government will provide subsidies to low-income people through...
(Undated) -- The winter that keeps on giving is giving millions of Americans another reason to wish it were spring. Forecasters say the winter storm blowing in today will dump another foot of snow on parts of the eastern U.S. The National Weather Service says Kentucky and West...
(Washington, DC) -- A potential Republican presidential candidate says homosexuality is a choice. Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson made the argument this morning on CNN. Carson's argument is that people who go to prison, go in straight and come out gay, which thwarts the notion...
(Moscow) -- Russian security agents are rounding up suspects in the murder of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov. Russian news agencies report that investigators have identified several people who could be connected to the murder. Russian President Boris Putin condemned Nemtsov's...
(Tel Aviv) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is striking back against criticism that his speech to Congress didn't offer any real alternatives to a nuclear agreement the U.S. is negotiating with Iran. President Obama didn't attend yesterday's speech, but did read a...
(Trenton, NJ) -- New Jersey Senators Steve Sweeney and Ray Lesniak want to stop a controversial settlement reportedly in the works with Exxon Mobil. "The New York Times" first reported that Governor Chris Christie's administration is planning to settle a nearly nine-billion...
(Washington, DC) -- Private-sector job hiring in the U.S. slowed in February, falling short of expectations. Payroll outsourcing provider ADP reports 212-thousand new jobs in the month, about eight-thousand less than economists had predicted. Most of the job gains came in the...