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Responding to the federal repeal of the military policy banning open gays from serving in the armed forces, a state lawmaker in Virginia plans to fight back with legislation that bars "active homosexuals" from serving in the Virginia National Guard.
Kevin Spacey not only transforms into disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff in "Casino Jack," he gets to imitate former Presidents Clinton and Reagan, Al Pacino and many others.
Wednesday was the 219th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights - the first 10 amendments to the Constitution. Bill of Rights Day should be the pre-eminent Anti-Politician Day on the American calendar. Instead, it has become simply another pretext for rulers to delude the ruled, an opportunity that the Obama administration is exploiting.
Last Friday's federal appellate court decision allowing the Obama administration's greenhouse-gas regulations to take effect Jan. 2 is an unnecessary travesty for taxpayers, consumers,
President Obama's first postelection effort to strike a deal with Republicans is on the line in the tax-cut debate, where he finds himself fighting House Democrats who say he conceded too much to the GOP on an estate-tax cut.
House Democratic Leader Steny H. Hoyer says that despite his party's massive losses in last month's congressional elections, history will prove the Democratic agenda is the correct path to lead the country out of its economic doldrums.
In the first major personnel moves since his election, D.C. Mayor-elect Vincent C. Gray announced on Wednesday two top nominees who he said will "serve as the cornerstone" of his administration.
The Senate on Wednesday convicted U.S. District Judge G. Thomas Porteous of Louisiana on four articles of impeachment, making him just the eighth federal judge in history to be removed by Congress.
The attorney for a federal judge facing a rare impeachment trial in the Senate argued Tuesday that Congress is pursuing unconstitutional charges against his client and would be breaking with two centuries of precedent by removing him from office.