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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - David King
A federal judge in Virginia has thrown out a lawsuit, which mirrors one under appeal in the District, that claims Obamacare subsidies should only flow to residents who live in a state that decided to run its own insurance market under the law.
A federal judge in Virginia has tossed a lawsuit, which mirrors one under appeal in Washington, that claims Obamacare subsidies should only flow to residents who live in a state that decided to run its own insurance market under the law.
The talents of a Florida figure skating coach and a seamstress are on display for the world at the Sochi Olympics.
A 16-year-old boy who attended a Pink concert in Australia and live-tweeted a play on words with the singer's song "Timebomb" found himself in hot water with law enforcement.
Suntech, one of the world's biggest solar panel manufacturers, said Monday it has defaulted on a $541 million bond payment in the latest sign of the financial squeeze on the struggling global solar industry.
Suntech, one of the world's biggest solar panel manufacturers, said Monday it had defaulted on a $541 million bond payment in the latest sign of the financial squeeze on the struggling global solar industry.
Consider it a sign of how much Bob Stoops and Mack Brown have raised the bar in the Red River Rivalry when Oklahoma and Texas are playing each other without any real national title implications.
Oklahoma defensive tackle Stacy McGee was suspended indefinitely Friday for what coach Bob Stoops called a violation of university policy.
It didn't take long for Massachusetts GOP Sen. Scott P. Brown's past as a naked centerfold in Cosmopolitan magazine to emerge as an issue in his likely re-election bout against Democrat Elizabeth Warren, President Obama's former top consumer-finance adviser.
Bob Stoops didn't need words to send the message to No. 2 Oklahoma that the intensity needs to pick up.
David King, the county commissioner who attended and brokered the meeting, said there was "there was no job offer, there was no bribe."
"The techniques have not passed the necessary safety tests, so it is unnecessary and premature to rush ahead with legalization," said David King, the group's director.