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  • 'Bonnie and Clyde' couple shot after Florida car chase

    February 5, 2016 • South

    One dead, one injured after wanted Missouri couple gets into shootout with police
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    February 5, 2016 • Obamacare

    Has Obamacare stalled?
  • Clinton, Sanders spar over rights to 'progressive' label

    February 5, 2016 • 2016 elections

    Sparks fly at Clinton, Sanders debate over who is more progressive
  • Starnes: GOP hell-bent on destroying each other, not Dems

    February 4, 2016 • Opinion & Commentary

    Why pundits, politicians and the press hate Ted Cruz
  • Kerry admits some Iran deal funds will likely go to terror

    February 4, 2016 • Administration

    Top House Republican demands Kerry explain $1.7 billion payoff to Iran
  • One dead, one injured after wanted Missouri couple gets into shootout with police

    February 05, 2016 The multi-state crime wave of a Missouri couple likened to Bonnie and Clyde ended in the wee hours of Friday morning when police picked up their trail on a Florida highway and engaged them in a shootout that left Blake Fitzgerald dead. Fitzgerald’s female accomplice, Brittany Harper, was wounded after the pair …

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  • Has Obamacare stalled?

    February 05, 2016 Obamacare was supposed to dramatically reduce the country’s formerly high uninsured rate, but progress may have stalled three years in. The Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday that 12.7 million Americans selected plans through online insurance marketplaces during the law’s third year of enrollment, which ended Sunday.

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  • Sparks fly at Clinton, Sanders debate over who is more progressive

    February 05, 2016 Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders clashed sharply Thursday over who is more progressive, at a debate that saw the former secretary of state ratcheting up her criticism of the Vermont socialist senator on several fronts – even accusing him of engineering an “artful smear” with suggestions she could be “bought” by donors. …

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  • Why pundits, politicians and the press hate Ted Cruz

    By Todd Starnes | February 04, 2016 Senator Ted Cruz is now the frontrunner in the Republican race for the White House. But if you believe the Mainstream Media and the political pundits — Marco Rubio won the Iowa Caucus. Just look at Tuesday’s news coverage — they marginalized Senator Cruz — and glorified Senator Rubio. …

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  • Top House Republican demands Kerry explain $1.7 billion payoff to Iran

    February 04, 2016 The chairman of the House Foreign Relations Committee demanded Wednesday that Secretary of State John Kerry explain a $1.7 billion settlement paid to Iran that some Republicans have described as a “ransom” tied to last month’s release of five American prisoners. Rep. Ed Royce, R-Calif., complained in a letter to Kerry that …

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  • Indicted anti-abortion activist offered probation in case

    February 03, 2016 HOUSTON –  One of the two anti-abortion activists indicted last month after making undercover videos about Planned Parenthood has been offered probation to settle the charge, prosecutors announced Wednesday. The possible resolution was made public following Sandra Merritt’s initial court appearance after she turned herself in to Texas authorities

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    • Sen. Bernie Sanders and his wife, Jane, acknowledge the crowd as he arrives for his caucus night rally in Des Moines on Feb. 1, 2016. (Photo: J. David Ake, AP)
    • Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, accompanied by former president Bill Clinton and their daughter Chelsea Clinton, arrives at her caucus night rally at Drake University in Des Moines.  Andrew Harnik, AP
    • Presidential hopeful Marco Rubio greets supporters as he leaves the stage with his family at his campaign party in the Iowa Ballroom at the Marriott in downtown Des Moines.  Rachel Mummey, The Des Moines Register
    • Hillary Clinton supporters cheer after an update in results in a tight race between her and Bernie Sanders at the Olmsted Center at Drake University in Des Moines.  Bryon Houlgrave, The Des Moines Register
    • Constance Doran, the Hillary Clinton precinct captain, tells the room why she supports her candidate at a home caucus site in Rippey, Iowa.  Michael Zamora, The Des Moines Register
    • Heather Malmberg puts up Bernie Sanders signs in the Sanders section at a home caucus site during the Iowa caucus in Rippey, Iowa.   Michael Zamora, The Des Moines Register
    • Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz speaks in Des Moines after winning the Iowa caucus.  Brian Powers, The Des Moines Register
    • Democratic caucusgoers wait for the Iowa caucus to begin at Olin Hall at Drake University in Des Moines.  Bryon Houlgrave, The Des Moines Register

    Clinton camp claims narrow victory over Sanders

    February 02, 2016 DES MOINES — Hillary Clinton’s campaign claimed a slim victory early Tuesday over populist firebrand Bernie Sanders in the Iowa caucuses, though his spokeswoman said the results were not settled. With all but one precinct reporting in Iowa, Clinton clung to a sliver of a lead over Sanders early Tuesday. In a statement, Iowa Democrat Party

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  • Official: Withheld Clinton emails contain ‘operational’ intel, put lives at risk

    February 02, 2016 Highly classified Hillary Clinton emails that the intelligence community and State Department recently deemed too damaging to national security to release contain “operational intelligence” – and their presence on the unsecure, personal email system jeopardized “sources, methods and lives,” a U.S. government official who has reviewed the documents

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  • GOP presidential candidates hammer on ‘top secret’ Clinton emails in final days before Iowa Caucus

    January 30, 2016 The Republican presidential candidates are seizing on the “top secret” Hillary Clinton emails in the final weekend before the Iowa Caucus, trying to slow their top Democrat rival by arguing her mishandling of the message make her unfit to be president. “Hillary Clinton is a major national security risk. Not presidential material!” …

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  • Lawsuit: Public school forced my child to convert to Islam

    By Todd Starnes | January 29, 2016 A public high school has been accused of radical Islamic indoctrination by forcing children to profess the Muslim statement of faith, ordering them to memorize the Five Pillars of Islam and teaching that the faith of a Muslim is stronger than the average Christian, according to a federal lawsuit …

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