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By Isaac Orr
New carbon-dioxide rules would put America in the dark
Topic - Carson
As the next presidential election draws nearer, both Republicans and Democrats have shown strong support for possible candidates, but new campaign finance records show that conservatives might be more eager to promote their ideal bid.
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says 3 children found dead; mother in custody.
Wango Tango alum Adam Levine welcomed a new generation of concert-goers to the annual, daylong music festival Saturday.
Officials in the city of Carson, Calif. are considering a new ordinance that would criminalize bullying. The proposal, which was introduced Tuesday, would make it a misdemeanor to bully anyone from kindergarten through age 25.
D.C. police announced Monday the arrest of a 27-year-old woman accused of shooting a man inside a Columbia Heights IHOP, an incident that has been labeled an anti-gay hate crime.
Since troops stationed at Fort Carson, Colo., began returning in 2005 from their first tour of duty in Iraq, 14 current or former soldiers based there have committed, up until December, 12 murders and attempted three.
Conservatives hope to persuade Mr. Carson, the famed former neurosurgeon who now writes a column for The Washington Times, to run for the GOP nomination in the 2016 election.