White House’s spending cuts? Critics call it creative Washington accounting

Critics say the cuts proposed by the White House are more a reflection of creative Washington accounting than of substantive cuts.

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Fast and Furious II? Justice Department watchdog faults agency over grenade probeComments Off

Federal agents and prosecutors in Arizona made multiple errors in their investigation of a U.S. citizen who was suspected of smuggling grenade components to Mexico, including failing to arrest him when there was more than enough evidence to do so, the …

GOP senators urge Obama to hold off on immigration exec actionComments Off

The three Republican senators responsible for comprehensive immigration legislation, which remains stalled in Congress, on Thursday urged President Barack Obama to hold off on any steps to shield millions of people from deportation.

Money meant for undercover drug ops goes to ladies’ golf insteadComments Off

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Department in Tennessee gave confidential sums of money earmarked for undercover drug buys to the Ladies Golf Association and the American Legion Youth Program.

‘Stock up on condoms': Campaign ads go for shock value in final blitzComments Off

Condom shortages. A drowning child. Drug-addled monkeys. These are just a few of the topics tackled in the final batch of campaign ads being aired ahead of next week’s elections, as political campaigns and allied groups push the envelope in pursuit of undecided voters and perhaps those who hadn’t been paying attention until now. 

The Playbook Against Hillary: Can Obama operatives inoculate her?Comments Off

As the Republicans contemplate how to beat Clinton, who better to consult than the only folks who’ve beaten her at the presidential campaign level: Barack Obama’s team.

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