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- CIA chief Brennan ‘determined’ to speak out more this year
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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Stanley Baldwin
New filings with the IRS show that the legal defense fund set up for former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell raised more than $11,000 last year.
Magazines going out of business isn’t exactly big news these days, but this one hurts: Sheet Music Magazine informed its dwindling band of mostly aging subscribers this month that it is shutting down after nearly 3,000 songs and 36 years of putting out “the Magazine You Can Play.” The fall 2012 issue marked the end.
Stephen Baldwin's lawyer says the actor will avoid prison and get up to five years to pay back taxes of about $350,000.
Addressing Iranian dissidents this week, Newt Gingrich, the fiery former House speaker who led a conservative revolt in Congress a generation ago, assumed the role of thoughtful professor — a historian of measured words — even as he accused the State Department of appeasement.
Listening to the recent debates among the candidates, monitoring their Web sites and reading the poll numbers, one gets the impression Republican and Democratic primary electorates live in two different nations — or the same nation that faces two very different threats.