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Obama's Amnesty Plan Could Shield 5 Million from Immigration Laws

It is possible that President Obama's amnesty plan, being announced Thursday, will shield up to four million illegals from U.S. immigration laws. Reports also say that an additional one million will be afforded other levels of protections by the President's impending action. Nov 20, 2014 7:07 AM PT

New Ad Slams Sen. Landrieu for Spending Tax Money on Private Jet Flights

Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu is locked in a runoff election that may end her political career, and revelations that she improperly used taxpayer dollars to fund 43 private jet flights to 136 political fundraisers and campaign functions won't help her re-election bid. Now, a new TV ad hits the Senator hard on her misuse of tax dollars for campaign travel. Nov 20, 2014 5:31 AM PT

REPORT: America Among Least Happy Countries

If you are looking for the "happiest" country on earth, don't look to the USA. At least that is the message from the Happy Planet Index which rates 151 countries. Nov 19, 2014 8:14 PM PT

Mary Landrieu Fails to Pass Keystone XL Pipeline in Senate

Louisiana Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu hoped to get a win ahead of her December 6 runoff election by getting the Keystone pipeline bill passed through the Senate today but was disappointed as the bill went down in defeat at the hands of members of her own party. Nov 18, 2014 5:56 PM PT

Jameis Winston's Controversial Autographs Not Validated

After Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was criticized for possibly being paid to sign nearly one thousand items for an autograph dealer, it turns out the validity of the items are in question anyway because an authentication service said no one saw the player actually sign the items. Nov 18, 2014 1:02 PM PT

FBI: Ferguson Grand Jury Decision 'Will Likely' Cause Violence

The FBI is warning citizens of Ferguson, Missouri, that the pending release of the grand jury's decision as to whether or not an indictment will be handed down against officer Darren Wilson for the August shooting of teenager Michael Brown "will likely" result in violence. Nov 18, 2014 5:54 AM PT

Big Cities Brace for Protests, Riots After Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

Police departments in many of the nation's big cities are preparing to respond in force to any possible protests or riots that might rise after the decision of whether or not to indict a white officer who shot a black teen in Ferguson, Missouri is made public. Nov 16, 2014 6:22 PM PT

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