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Peter T. King
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Rep. Peter T. King, New York Republican, said Thursday that President Obama's "mixed messages" on terrorism and his handling of the economy have opened the door for Republicans to deny him a second term next year.
Rep. Peter T. King, a New York Republican whose national profile has climbed as head of the U.S. House Homeland Security panel, is leaving the door open for a possible presidential bid.
Discovery Channel's "Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe may see both sausage making and mudslinging on Wednesday when he appears before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation as a "witness" at a hearing titled "Manufacturing Our Way to a Stronger Economy."
The debate over the use of harsh interrogation techniques during the Bush administration is being rekindled by the successful operation against Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan, which was based on information about the courier extracted from detained terror suspects.
The successful operation against Osama bin Laden has rekindled debate over the use of harsh interrogation techniques during the Bush administration.
A leading House Republican says senior Obama administration Justice Department officials overruled U.S. prosecutors and FBI agents who sought to bring new charges against one of the country's leading Muslim organizations.
Stepping up the immigration enforcement bidding war, House Republicans last week asked President Obama to extend the deployment of 1,200 National Guard troops on the U.S.-Mexico border past June 30, when their mission is slated to end.
Less than three weeks after a much-criticized House Republican hearing on the radicalization of American Muslims, Senate Democrats countered Tuesday with a hearing of their own — this one focusing on protecting the civil rights of Muslims.
Investigating how radical Islam is operating here in the United States is plain common sense ("The Muslim wall of resistance," Comment & Analysis, Monday). I commend the committee of Peter T. King, New York Republican, for not backing down in the face of complaints from the left.