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Ben Carson
'I love the idea of tasers for neighborhood guardians because they usually are not lethal'
The judge's gavel is seen in court room 422 of the New York Supreme Court
Dashcam footage saves the day again
Beckel: 'Well, I -- first of all, they do pay a lot of sales tax'
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Advisory Council, Project 21
Actually helping minorities get IDs would take away the Democrats' best argument.
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Former Treasury Department and OMB Official
No, the government hasn't been on a crash diet.
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Advocate, Young Voices
The company only receives 6 subpoenas a month, so fears of a deluge are overstated.
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President, National Organization for Marriage
Activists used to say that allowing gay marriage would never hurt anyone. They can’t say that anymore.
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Director, Jihad Watch
Denouncing any counter-jihadist as an Islamophobe is part of the strategy.
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President, Americans for Tax Reform
It's time to reform the ECPA, the IRS should need a warrant to read our e-mails
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Executive Director, Energy Makes America Great
Corruption, cronyism, and foreign labor at a stimulus-funded California solar farm.
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Managing Editor, School Reform News
Opting out of Common Core assessments could mean bad grades, or worse.
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Chairman, NetCompetition
Glass is a rare window into Google’s soul.
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CEO, Concerned Veterans for America
Dozens of preventable deaths in Arizona draw attention to the agency's ongoing problems.


Ford poses at the premiere of "Ender's Game" at the TCL Chinese theatre in Hollywood
'Nature doesn't need people'
Tesla Model S convertible from NCE
Worldwide demand reaches 5,000 units ahead of official announcement
In 'God's Pocket,' where everything goes wrong
Americans spend 7.7 billion hours on paperwork
New U.S. citizens wave U.S. flags at a naturalization ceremony in Los Angeles
'The conclusion is inescapable'
Guess who
Alexandria Police Department
'I have to admit I was pretty shocked'
No repercussions for management
WASHINGTON - JUNE 19: U.S. President George W. Bush (R) presents a Presidential Medal of Freedom to Benjamin S. Carson, Sr. M.D (L), for his work withneurological disorders during an East Room ceremony June 19, 2008 at the White House in Washington, DC. The medal is the nation's highest civilian award. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Conservative doctor also discusses 2016 speculation in new book
U.S. Attorney General Holder testifies about his FY2015 budget request at a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington
The nation's top law enforcement official called it a 'youthful experimentation'
Time will tell
An American flag flutters in the wind next to signage for a U.S. Social Security Administration office in Burbank
Not his first brush with the law
Pennsylvania Lottery
'He was mad. Wouldn't you be?'
Donald Trump
Trump wants to get stuck with the Bills
Car crash / Youtube screenshot
'The proof is in the pudding'
Fafie Moore, a Reality Executives owner/broker, and realtor Helen Riley look over the backyard of a home being offered for sale in Nevada
Just in time for tax day, see what the government will cover
Brad Pitt: Gen. Stanley McChrystal - Photos- Getty Images
In the movie based on Michael Hastings' book, 'The Operators'
A fully budded marijuana plant ready for trimming is seen at the Botanacare marijuana store ahead of their grand opening on New Year's day in Northglenn, Colorado
'Makes our public and private lands unsafe for all of us'
Russia Boston Suspects
Simple enough
'Grievance industry wants people to think the Republican Party is suppressing votes'
Texas Sen. Wendy Davis sits at her desk. Erich Schlegel/Getty Images.
'It looks like it's going to be an uphill battle for Democrats in Texas this year'
'Essentially taking sides in a philosophical and political debate between conservatives and liberals'
Jenny Beth Martin
'We want to know the role of the White House'
Protesters calling for higher wages for fast-food workers stand outside a McDonald's restaurant in Oakland
'This is a fair measure for consumers, workers and small business owners'
'Not paying nearly enough taxes to fund their appetite for goods and services'
President Barack Obama at the White House in Washington
But study says Obamacare's not to thank
'This is a story that needs to be told'
A protester holds up a placard during a gathering in support of a nation-wide strike and protest to raise the hourly minimum wage of fast food workers in San Diego
A Socialist leads the charge
A Seattle Seahawks fan smokes marijuana in a car before watching Super Bowl XLVIII in Seattle
Let's hope room service is open late
'He's not a victim and he's not a hero'
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks before signing a Presidential Memorandum at the White House in Washington
Government changes to the census will corrupt analysis
Environmentalists rally and pretend to be dead on a black sheet symbolizing an oil spill as they rally in front of the White House and call on President Barack Obama to reject the Keystone XL oil pipeline, in Washington
'Little information exists on the costs and benefits'
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper lays out his plans for the next state legislative session at a news conference in his office at the Capitol in Denver
Conservative group calls it political shenanigans
Longboard / Youtube screenshot
'You made us all crash'
You'll never guess the punchline on this one
Two men are taken into custody by the U.S. Border Patrol near Falfurrias, Texas
Most Americans oppose additional immigration
Kate Upton - Photo: Sports Illustrated
'I wish I had smaller boobs every day of my life'
Daly of the U.S. smokes a cigarette during a practice round at the PGA Championship on Kiawah Island
John Daly doesn't know how to quit being a golf icon
Ben Carson Prayer Breakfast
Conservative doc to release Obamacare alternative
WIRED Business Conference: Think Bigger
And an 'H' for Harvard
A Google logo is seen at the entrance to the company's offices in Toronto
'It is the amount of information they hold on individuals that should be concerning us'
So many greats, so many laughs
The current T. rex will be replaced by the 'Nation's T. rex' within the next couple of years. The fossils will be on display at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. (Photo: Gareth Williams, Flickr)
'In some ways, I think of it as the most American of all dinosaurs'
The dashboard for the New York Police Department's 'Domain Awareness System' is seen in New York
'We basically kept it pretty hush-hush'