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(Undated) -- A new report shows government agents spied on prominent Muslims here in America. "The Intercept" published the report overnight based on documents obtained by NSA leaker and international fugitive Edward Snowden. The article revealed the names of some of the Muslim...
(Vatican City) -- Pope Francis is looking to Wall Street for help in restructuring the scandal ridden Vatican bank. The Vatican is hiring veterans of several major investment firms including Goldman Sachs, Salomon Brothers and Invesco as it works to become a "model of...
(Dallas, TX) -- Texas Governor Rick Perry and President Obama are scheduled to meet today in Dallas about the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border. Perry accepted an invitation from the President yesterday to take part in a round table with religious and community leaders. Obama...
(Denver, CO) -- President Obama believes things are continuing to get better, despite dysfunction in the nation's capital. Speaking in Denver today, Obama said the U.S. economy has come back faster and stronger than any other large country after the deep recession. The President...
(Washington, DC) -- San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro will be changing jobs. The Senate easily confirmed Castro as secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development today. The vote was 71-26. Castro will replace Shaun Donovan, who is moving to the White House to run the...
(Dade City, FL) -- The trial of a man charged with shooting a fellow moviegoer in a Florida theater is being pushed back until early next year. Curtis Reeves appeared in court for a pre-trial hearing this morning where lawyers laid out a timeline in the case. The 71-year-old...
(Undated) -- North Dakota is tops in the U.S. when it comes to drinking beer. According to a report by the "Beer Institute," North Dakotans drank just over 43 gallons of beer on average last year to garner the top spot. North Dakota's consumption was actually down a bit last...
(Denver, CO) -- President Obama claims things are continuing to get better, despite dysfunction in the nation's capital. Speaking in Denver Wednesday, Obama said the U.S. economy has come back faster and stronger than any other large country after the deep recession. The...
(Washington, DC) -- San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro will be changing jobs. The Senate easily confirmed Castro as secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development today. Castro will replace Shaun Donovan, who is moving to the White House to run the Office of...