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By Dave Boyer - The Washington Times
Prosecutors said Jeffrey E. Thompson used two firms to disburse $608,750 in “excessive and unreported contributions to pay for campaign services in coordination with and in support of a federal political candidate for President of the United States and the federal and the candidate’s authorized committee.” That candidate was Mrs. Clinton.
By Phillip Swarts - The Washington Times
For years, the Federal Communications Commission has allowed TV stations to execute joint operating agreements allowing themselves to outsource tasks such as advertising sales to group owners with more resources.
By Seth McLaughlin - The Washington Times
Republicans and Democrats are spending millions of dollars on Tuesday’s special congressional election in Florida, a race seen by leaders on both sides as the first real test of the parties’ broader strategies for this fall.
By David Sherfinski - The Washington Times
Gay marriage didn’t get much attention from the stage at last week’s Conservative Political Action Conference, but many in the rank-and-file still fall on the side of defending traditional marriage and say it’s an issue on which Republicans should stand firm.
- Prosecutors: Gray had firsthand knowledge of 'shadow campaign'
- Harris: Feds to review Maryland health exchange
- SIMMONS: Too close to Thompson's tangled web, Mayor Gray should go
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By Tom DeLay
Our Constitution is being hijacked, and it’s time to reclaim it. I spent my entire career fighting for the Constitution, for limited government and regulation, lower taxes and less government in our lives. We’re losing that battle right now.
By Associated Press
A new trial date could be set for Justin Bieber in the Florida case charging him with driving under the influence, resisting arrest and possessing an invalid driver’s license.
By Jacqueline Klimas - The Washington Times
Sen. Claire McCaskill, Missouri Democrat, said Tuesday that she will now work to eliminate sex assault on college campuses following the “major, sweeping reforms” to the military sex assault system that passed the Senate on Monday.
By Mark Thiessen - Associated Press
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race was turning into a mad dash on the Bering Sea ice for Nome early Tuesday, a scenario that was far from what most had expected.
By Gerald Imray and Christopher Torchia - Associated Press
Oscar Pistorius became furious with a police officer who handled his licensed gun after pulling the car he was in over for speeding, and the athlete later fired the gun out of the car’s sunroof without warning, a friend of Pistorius said Tuesday at his murder trial.
By Associated Press
A federal judge in San Francisco stopped the destruction of millions of telephone records collected by the National Security Agency more than five years ago.
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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure