Obama urging ‘investments’ in State of the Union, despite national mood souring on spending

President Obama, after delivering a barbed inaugural address that focused on controversial social agenda items, plans to return to the economy in his State of the Union Tuesday -- but his prescription for growth is still at odds with that of the Republican Party, and many voters. 

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‘Ridiculous’: Administration punts on Keystone, Obama faces Dem revoltComments Off

The Obama administration once again has punted on a final decision for the Keystone XL pipeline, announcing ahead of the holiday weekend it is extending a key review period indefinitely.

Obama lying, Christie vying for 2016, new polls sayComments Off

A new Fox News poll, and a new number’s making news. It’s 61. As in, 61 percent of respondents say the president lies about significant issues “most” or “some” of the time. And guess what Republicans have to say about that? It begins with “broken” and ends with “promises.”

Hawaii lawmakers agree to end police sex loopholeComments Off

Hawaii lawmakers in both chambers agree that legal permission for police to have sex with prostitutes should end. House and Senate members are still negotiating on the version of House Bill 1926 they will send to the governor. 

‘Complete lie’: Pro-Russian official denies role in mysterious leaflets to Ukrainian JewsComments Off

A pro-Russian official initially thought to be behind fliers telling Ukrainian Jews to register vehemently denied any involvement on Friday, telling Fox News the leaflets were a ‘complete lie.’

Sheriff caught in middle of Nevada rancher feudComments Off

The family of the Nevada rancher in a simmering feud with the feds over rangeland rights is refocusing attention on the local sheriff, claiming he could put the standoff to rest with a wave of his hand.

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