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Wiretap: How far can Bernie Sanders go?

Distance race In The Los Angeles Times, Doyle McManus tries to answer the question politicos have been asking since the so-called dark horse first jumped into...

Wiretap: Oklahoma’s 10 Commandments standoff

Stone cold It's an old story. The Oklahoma Supreme Court rules that the large 10 Commandments monument on state grounds is unconstitutional. The Oklahoma governor says she...

Wiretap: Confederate battle flag falls in South Carolina

Never rise again The South Carolina Senate votes to finally end the Civil War -- or at least take down the Confederate battle flag -- by...

Wiretap: Greece celebrates ‘no’ on austerity amid shuttered banks, broke economy

Still broke Greece's "Oxi" vote against austerity was more political than economic. After the historic "no" vote and the celebration that followed, Greece is still...

Wiretap: Global debt is a $10 trillion fiasco

Economic disaster Global debt is not just about Greece and Puerto Rico. It's a $10 trillion problem, writes The New York Times, that also affects...

As Palin debuts FOX show, Alaska struggles with run-up debt

To misquote Sarah Palin's smash 2008 GOP convention speech, being a governor is kinda like being a Fox News personality, except you have actual...

Domestic terrorist Joseph Stack unsurprisingly raged against corporate greed and political...

Joseph Andrew Stack, the man who reportedly flew a small airplane into an IRS building in Austin, Texas, this morning posted a manifesto of...