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Peter T. King
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The Republican congressman who has organized controversial hearings into radical Islam called Muslims "part of the mosaic" of America on Wednesday and said they shouldn't feel threatened or intimidated by his inquiry.
Rep. Peter T. King, who will hold hearings this week on Islamic radicalism, has defended his support of the Irish Republican Army's political wing in the 1980s and 1990s.
Saying extremist elements of Islam are a real threat that need to be confronted, House Republican leaders on Tuesday defended the Homeland Security Committee chairman's decision to begin hearings this week to investigate the inroads radical Muslims have made in America.
Undercover videographer James O'Keefe has released the entire two-hour version of his sizzling National Public Radio sting — not just the 11 minute version.
Lawmakers are going another round in their fight to get a posthumous presidential pardon for the world's first black heavyweight champion, who was imprisoned nearly a century ago because of his romantic ties with a white woman.
How convenient. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can count on his media partners "El Pais, Le Monde, Speigel, Guardian & NYT," he says in a Tweet, to publish his mischief-making stuff no matter what.
New York Gov. David Paterson, who last week suggested a proposed mosque near ground zero might want to relocate elsewhere, will meet soon with the project's developers, a spokesman said Tuesday.
Can America live with the idea of a $100 million "ground zero mosque" built two blocks from the site of the 9/11 attacks?
Republican presidential hopeful Rudolph W. Giuliani yesterday endorsed a provision to protect citizens from being sued for reporting potential terrorism-related activity and criticized congressional Democrats for blocking the legislation.