Science Agency Eyes Climate Change Professor's Use of Millions From Taxpayers
A federal science agency is "seriously" interested in reviewing tens of millions in taxpayer-funded grants awarded to a university professor who wants President Obama to prosecute those who donâ€™t share the administration's view that mankind is changing the world's climate.
Has Europe Blinked on Defeating ISIS in the Middle East?
The terrorist attacks in Brussels so far have produced an internal evaluation of Belgium's intelligence and law enforcement missteps, rather than the escalated airstrikes on Islamist targets in Syria that quickly followed the deadly attacks in Paris.
What Obama Can Learn From French President on Terrorist Attack Responses
There was a stark difference between French President FranÃ§ois Hollande's response to the terrorist attacks in Belgium on Tuesday and Obama's.
A Fight for British Freedom and Sovereignty
For the first time in over four decades, British voters will finally be able to shape their own destiny.
Lawmakers in Both Parties Are Addicted to Spending
The debt is at $19 trillion. This needs to stop.
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Indiana Governor Signs Bill Banning Abortions of Babies With Down Syndrome
"Every life has value. Every life is a gift," says Carissa Carroll, a mom of a toddler with Down syndrome, who backed legislation, signed Thursday by Republican Gov. Mike Pence, that banned aborting babies over genetic causes.
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