Michigan Republicans draw union ire with sudden votes on right-to-work legislation

Michigan Republicans touched off a firestorm Thursday with an abrupt push to pass right-to-work legislation, in what would be a blow to organized labor in the home of the U.S. auto industry. 

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Ryan says he’d love to see Romney run for president againComments Off

Romney and Ryan met in Chicago on Thursday night for their first joint public appearance since their unsuccessful bid for the White House two years ago.

California to appeal federal court ruling striking down state’s death penaltyComments Off

A federal judge ruled last month that the state’s death penalty takes too long to carry out. 

Krauthammer: Debate over American boots on the ground in Iraq a ‘red herring’Comments Off

Krauthammer, a syndicated columnist and a Fox News contributor, said there is “no reason” the U.S. cannot provide air cover for the boots already on the ground helping the Peshmerga, the Kurds and the special forces of Iraq fight the terrorists.

ISIS ‘beyond anything that we’ve ever seen,’ Hagel warnsComments Off

The Islamic State is “beyond anything that we’ve seen,” Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Thursday.

Hagel defends disclosure of secret, failed raid to free US hostages in SyriaComments Off

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Thursday defended the decision to formally acknowledge a failed mission to rescue American journalist James Foley and others held in Syria earlier this year, amid criticism from Republicans over the disclosure.

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