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Last week, President Trump’s approval rating dropped to its lowest level since March 7, with the most recent RealClearPolitics average indicating a 40.8% job approval.
On March 7, the White House was battling the departure of Gary Cohn, the Dow… Continue reading
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Buzz Cut:• Hillary: Trump, Republicans all alike• Nurses side with Bernie• Jeb points the finger at Hillary for ISIS rise• Perry peoples’ pay plight• Tale of the flying… Continue reading
Is this the dumbest idea of the 2016 campaign? Or is it the smartest?
The New York Times recently reported that several top Republican donors wanted GOP candidates to boycott the primary debates to signal their distaste for billionaire real… Continue reading
What is Rick Perry up to?
The former Texas governor looks to be cutting himself out of the conservative herd. He recently blasted his fellow Republicans for losing “our moral legitimacy as the party of Lincoln, as the party of… Continue reading
Journalists are supposed to “comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.” Except when the comfortable guy is liberal President Barack Obama and the afflicted are four Americans trapped in Iranian jails.
Then when you ask that question, all hell breaks… Continue reading
It was February, 2012, and inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency had information Iran was developing a nuclear warhead at its sprawling Parchin military complex 25 miles southeast of Tehran.
A five-member team led by Deputy Director General Herman… Continue reading
The Justice Department is investigating price collusion among the airlines. Just two years ago, The Obama Administration approved the merger of American Airlines and U.S. Airways, and now just four airlines control some 80% of the market. Prices have been… Continue reading
In a major win for the energy industry, the Supreme Court ruled Monday against the Environmental Protection Agency’s effort to limit certain power plant emissions — saying the agency “unreasonably” failed to consider the cost of the regulations.
The rules… Continue reading
This is a rush transcript from “Special Report,” June 26, 2015. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
SHANNON BREAM, GUEST ANCHOR: All right, we have another topic today that we want to make… Continue reading
One might expect environmentalists to fight a new power plant, but a new battle being waged by California green groups against a solar facility shows there may be something new under the sun, after all.
A solar-powered plant proposed by… Continue reading