BOSTON (AP) — After two months of jury selection, a panel of 12 jurors and six alternates was seated Tuesday for the federal death penalty trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi expressed disapproval of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech before Congress on Tuesday. In fact, she said she was "near tears."
Stage 2 of the Hillary email scandal has been achieved, as yesterday's "confused old lady who didn't understand how email works" defense utterly collapsed with the Associated Press' discovery that Clinton's mail server was located in her house and was registered under the name of a man who does not appear to exist.
The government can move quickly when it wants to, apparently. The Obama administration admits it approved 100,000 applications under President Obama’s executive amnesty expansion before a federal court put the program on hold. All the approvals were granted between November, 2014 and February of this year.
Actress Lena Dunham Skypes in to the EMILY's List gala in Washington, telling the pro-abortion group she speaks for younger Americans.
On March 4, gun control proponent Gabby Giffords will join Democrat lawmakers to push for expanded background checks on Capitol Hill.
Sen. Al Franken tells EMILY's List he's sorry for being a man.
A new survey has found that New Yorkers spend a larger percentage of their paychecks on rent than most other Americans.
A Las Vegas hospital faces questions after it accidentally left the bodies of twin babies wrapped in linens it sent to be cleaned. The mother children's mother apparently suffered a miscarriage early in her pregnancy and arrived at the hospital with the dead twins already wrapped in linens.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton touted the importance of “macaroni and cheese” issues in the federal government, as she teased a presidential run in a speech last night. Email didn't come up.
In an exposé entitled "Poor Kids of Silicon Valley," a CNN reporter seems shocked to uncover a high level of child poverty in the affluent Bay Area. CNN concludes, after consulting with “economists and experts,” that a minimum wage hike to $10.10 would significantly help end child poverty. But if CNN actually talked to the most impoverished families, they would have learned that raising minimum wage, like Oakland just did, results in maximizing single young mothers and their children living in poverty.
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