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California Dems Worried Their Corruption Scandals Will Benefit GOP

The unethical and illegal behavior of Democratic state senators in California, where Democrats have total control of the state legislature, is giving the state’s Democratic Party concerns that the GOP may use the misbehavior to regain power. Since the beginning of 2014, every month has featured a Democratic state senator either being arrested or convicted. Mar 27, 2014 2:42 PM PT

Huge Rat Terrifies Swedish Family and Their Cat

An enormous rat measuring almost 16 inches, without counting its tail, terrified a Swedish family and its cat. In Solna, north of Stockholm, Signe Bengtsson told The Local that the family cat was too frightened to enter the kitchen. She stated: Mar 26, 2014 8:08 PM PT

Putin's Approval Rating Hits 80 Percent

Vladimir Putin’s popularity is cresting again in his native Russia, according to the independent Levada Center. His approval rating now stands at 80%, with only 18% of Russians disapproving. The last time Putin was so popular in Russia was in 2008, after he won a war with Georgia and Russia’s oil sales were giving a huge boost to the economy. Mar 26, 2014 7:58 PM PT

EPA Proposes Huge Land Grab

The Environmental Protection Agency has come up with a way to execute one of the biggest land grabs by the federal government ever perpetrated on the American public. On Tuesday, the EPA proposed a change to the Clean Water Act so that the EPA would have the power to regulate temporary wetlands and waterways. Mar 26, 2014 2:46 AM PT

Hybrid Manufacturer and Obama Loan Recipient Fisker Automotive Sells Assets to China

Fisker Automotive, the electric car manufacturer that received a $529 million loan guarantee from the Obama administration in 2009 and then went belly-up, forcing the government to lose $139 million on its loan, admitted Monday it had sold virtually all of its assets to the Chinese auto parts group Wanxiang for $150 million. Mar 25, 2014 12:15 PM PT

Bloomberg Editor Quits after China Story Spiked

Bloomberg News editor Ben Richardson has left the company because one of his reporters, Michael Forsythe, wrote an investigative piece about higher-ups in China that was spiked by top editors for fear it would offend Chinese brass. Mar 25, 2014 1:32 AM PT

China Bans Obama-Mao T-Shirts for Michelle's Visit

Michelle Obama’s China trip with her two daughters and her mother is going swimmingly except that there is one item she simply cannot find- a T-shirt with an image of Barack Obama wearing a Mao hat. Mar 24, 2014 4:07 AM PT

Anti-EU, Anti-Immigrant French Conservatives Surge in Local Elections

France's far-right National Front party saw a resurgence on Sunday in the first round of local elections, damaging the chances of the ruling Socialist party in the process. The chief center-right UMP party took 47% of the vote; the Socialists gathered 38%, and the FN garnered 5%. Mar 24, 2014 3:39 AM PT


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