ORLANDO, Fla./WASHINGTON. - An FBI agent shot and killed a Florida man who turned violent while being questioned about the Boston Marathon bombings, the bureau said. Full Article
WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service official who this month revealed the tax agency's targeting of conservative groups asserted her constitutional right not to answer questions before a congressional committee on Wednesday.
To his supporters, he’s the personification of everything that’s best about the financial system. But to detractors, he’s the personification of all that’s wrong with modern banking — the arrogance, the resistance to new regulation, the astronomical pay in the face of obvious mistakes. Commentary
We are witnessing the slow death of public opinion in this country. It’s being displaced by party opinion. Elections today are less and less about persuasion and more and more about mobilization: You rally your supporters in order to beat back your opponents. Commentary
While I join the chorus of rage aimed at the excesses of a Department of Justice leak investigation that has criminalized the reporting of Fox News Channel’s James Rosen, I also wonder how much of Rosen’s trouble is of his own making. Commentary
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