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McConnell: No gov’t shutdown, no Obamacare

TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE Mitch McConnell (R-KY), the soon-to-be majority leader of the Senate, is promising both combat and cooperation with President Obama, pledging to take some of the GOP’s most destructive tactics off the table. “Let me make it clear: there will be no government shutdowns, and no default on the national debt,” McConnell […]

As he enters lame duck phase, Obama energized

  By VICTORIA JONES Talk Radio News Service WHITE HOUSE – President Obama’s goals for the lame duck session are to approve more than $6 billion in new funding for the domestic and international Ebola response, a new authorization for the use of military force against ISIS and to pass a budget. The president says he […]

Politically wounded Obama pledges to work ‘constructively’ with GOP dominated Congress

By WILLIAM McDONALD Talk Radio News Service WHITE HOUSE – President Obama hopes to work “constructively” with the newly elected Republican controlled Congress, where the GOP took control of the Senate on Tuesday night, taking the six seats needed to control the higher chamber with a total of 53 seats. Speaking from the East Room Wednesday […]

GOP leaders: ‘We’re back!’

TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON – After gaining the majority in the Senate and the House for the first time in six years, as well as making gains in state legislatures and governorships in the midterm elections, Congressional Committee Chair Representative Greg Walden said that the Republican party was “back.” “We’re back with youth, we’re back with […]

Podcast: A recap of the mid-term election political bloodletting

Talk Radio News Service correspondent Justin Duckham recaps the political bloodletting resulting from the mid-term elections in this discussion with Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network.

U.S. may be expanding airstrikes in Syria

TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON – U.S. officials on Tuesday refused to close the door on whether forces could bomb Jabhat al-Nusra after the al Qaeda affiliate defeated two moderate rebel groups in northern Syria, both of which have received training and arms from the U.S. “We’re watching it very closely, we’re not unmindful of […]

A complete recap of the Tuesday night Election massacre

By VICTORIA JONES Talk Radio News Service WHITE HOUSE – Republicans seized control of the U.S. Senate and expanded their grip on the House of Representatives and governorships in the 2014 election, marking a dramatic midterm rout that cut deep into territory that President Obama and the Democratic Party won by commanding margins only two years ago.  With […]

GOP takes the Senate

  By LEAH SCHWARTING Talk Radio News Service WASHINGTON – The campaign ads have aired, voters have cast their ballots and Republicans will most likely take control of the Senate. It is projected that North Carolina State House Speaker Thom Tillis will defeat incumbent Sen. Kay Hagan in North Carolina, giving the Republicans enough seats […]

‘Death to America’ rallies across Iran

‘Death to #America’ rallies sweep Iran #Iran #world — Jessica Chasmar (@JessicaChasmar) November 4, 2014

Podcast: Today’s elections

Talk Radio News Service correspondent Luke Vargas breaks down today’s mid-term elections for Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network.

Tape measure falls 50 stories from construction site, kills man below

N.J. man killed by 1-pound tape measure that fell 50 stories from construction site. — Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) November 4, 2014

Free college or another war?

By DAVID SWANSON Noting that U.S. college costs have gone up 500% since 1985, the Washington Post recommends seven countries where U.S. students can go to college for free without bothering to learn the language of the natives or anything so primitive. These are nations with less wealth than the United States has, but which make […]

Will Angelina Joile be the next celeb to run for office?

Could Angelina Jolie be ready to give up Hollywood in favour of politics?! — InStyle (@instyle_UK) November 4, 2014

Poll: Vast majority of Americans support quarantine for returning Ebola health care workers

Americans strongly back a quarantine for returning Ebola health workers — HuffPost Politics (@HuffPostPol) November 4, 2014

Prosecutor appealing Pistorius verdict

Public prosecutor seeks to appeal Oscar Pistorius manslaughter verdict: — Bloomberg News (@BloombergNews) November 4, 2014

Iran’s ‘Volleyball Woman’ on hunger strike

Volleyball woman 'on hunger strike' in Iran: British-Iranian woman, jailed for trying to attend men's volleyba… — Joint Log Daily (@duvall_jd) November 4, 2014

Today’s elections a precursor to 2016

Happy #Election Day, America. What happens today will tee up the 2016 presidential contest: — CNN (@CNN) November 4, 2014

Are officials pushing bad science in the name of calming Ebola hysteria?

Ebola panic: Worry is growing that politicians are pushing bad science in the name of calming hysteria. — Newsweek (@Newsweek) November 4, 2014

U.S. officials consider attacking another militant group in Syria

U.S. officials consider striking another militant group in Syria, Jabhat al-Nusra — Washington Post (@washingtonpost) November 4, 2014

North Korea’s newest weapon: Nuke tipped missiles on a submarine

Nuclear-tipped missiles on a submarine? North Korea has a new weapon: @eliselabottcnn @CNN — The Situation Room (@CNNSitRoom) November 4, 2014

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