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One Judge Could Upend The Music Marketplace

Judge Lewis Stanton, of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, ruled the consent decree that BMI, a major American music publisher, operates under, does not prohibit fractional licensing.

Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during the Congressional Hispanic Caucus InstituteÕs 39th Annual Gala Dinner on September 15, 2016 in Washington, DC.

Answering Hillary Clinton’s Big Question

Hillary Clinton’s response is typical in that she does not give reasons why she’s trailing Donald Trump, but rather attacks his supporters, asking her union supporters to “stage an intervention… talk some sense into them,” and get them to change their minds before Election Day.


Analysis: Donald Trump Would Win Election Today Based on Current Polling

As the first presidential debate looms later Monday evening just an hour from here on Long Island at Hofstra University, a Breitbart News analysis of current polling in the presidential election shows that Donald J. Trump—the Republican nominee for president—would win the election if it were held Monday and the polls are correct.

Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton

***Live Updates*** Trump vs. Clinton, Round One

Welcome to Breitbart News’s live updates of 2016 election. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will finally face off one-on-one for the first time tonight at Hofstra University at tonight’s much-anticipated presidential debate. Stay tuned for pre-game, in-game, and post-game coverage.

Stablemen warm theirselves by burning horse excrement while waiting for customers at the famed tourist attraction Jiayuguan Pass, in China's northwestern province of Gansu, 13 October 2005. A yawning gap between rich and poor in China is seriously threatening social stability, the United Nations said in a report on December 16 and urged the government to address the problem. AFP PHOTO/LIU Jin (Photo credit should read

In Defense of Gas and Coal for the Developing World

Part of what makes First World living so easy by comparison to the Third World is ready access to electricity. Food is refrigerated, houses are heated. Faucets deliver clean, treated water. Waste and sewage disappear through underground plumbing.

Israeli Merkava tanks roll near the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip as they return from the Hamas-controlled Palestinian coastal enclave on August 5, 2014, after Israel announced that all of its troops had withdrawn from Gaza.

IDF Preps for Future Gaza Conflict

The Gaza Strip and its residents are barreling towards disaster, brought on by crippling unemployment, a nonexistent economy, water and electricity shortages, a growing population and the “Islamic dictatorship” of Hamas, while the IDF is trying — and thus far succeeding — to keep the coastal enclave’s terrorist leaders deterred and contained, a senior IDF officer from the Southern Command said Sunday.