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Wyoming Suing EPA for Stealing 1 Million Acres of State Property

As 2013 came to a close, the Environmental Protection Agency decided to summarily remove one million acres of the State of Wyoming's land and transfer it to the American Indian Wind River Reservation. The state is suing the EPA to get its land back, saying the agency used incomplete facts and faulty legal conclusions when making its decision. Feb 15, 2014 6:58 AM PT

CBS Blames Global Warming for Bad Winter

During the February 13 broadcast of CBS This Morning, host Charlie Rose and his guest turned to the topic of this year's harsh winter, calling the extreme cold an example of global warming. Feb 13, 2014 9:22 PM PT

Judge Reduces Unsafe Illinois Abortion Clinic's $36,000 Fine to $77

A Chicago judge has issued a controversial decision to reduce a fine handed down by state health department officials to an Illinois abortion clinic for violations of cleanliness and health codes. The judge reduced the massive $36,000 fine to a mere $77. Feb 12, 2014 2:56 PM PT

Tsunami of Store Closings to Sweep U.S. Retailers

Several U.S. retailers have announced that in 2014 they will be closing stores all across the country, showing that retailers expect continued contraction in the economy instead of growth for the foreseeable future. Feb 11, 2014 3:12 PM PT

WaPo Fact Checker Gives Dick Durbin's Obamacare Claims Four Pinocchios

During Sunday's Face the Nation, Illinois Democrat Senator Dick Durbin made the wild claim that ten million new Americans have found insurance coverage thanks to Obamacare. He also claimed that Obamacare would lower the deficit. But even The Washington Post fact checker had to give Durbin's spin its worst rating of four Pinocchios. Feb 11, 2014 7:05 AM PT

Former New York Times Editor Bill Keller Quits Paper for Non-Profit

Another in a growing list of New York Times employees has left the paper. Bill Keller, a columnist and one-time editor of the Old Gray Lady, is leaving the paper for The Marshall Project, a non-profit news group focused on the criminal justice system. Feb 10, 2014 4:11 PM PT

NBC Accused of '100% Fraudulent' Story with Olympics Hacking Report

On February 4, NBC's Richard Engel issued a shocking report from the Olympics in Sochi, Russia, claiming that all his electronics were "almost immediately hacked" once he got there. However, security experts have called this claim into question, with one cybersecurity expert saying the story is "100 percent fraudulent." Feb 9, 2014 1:38 PM PT


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