The news that Ukraine issued $1 billion bonds guaranteed by the US surprised investors. According to economists, the bonds are not top rated and will not help the Ukrainian economy avoid default.
Progressives merely claim they are out of political convenience
As the new presidential campaign season starts, most Republican candidates are competing to show off who can sound the most belligerent, with many echoing George W. Bush. Brother Jeb stumbled over his own tough-guy message, as William Blum wrote at Anti-Empire Report. By William Blum Jeb Bush has gotten himself into trouble because, like all…
Weapons, explosives and materials that could be used to make bombs were seized during a counterterrorism operation in southern France.
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Embattled FIFA President Sepp Blatter faces a reelection vote Friday, in the face of new corruption and bribery charges against senior members of FIFA.
Despite what you may think, We Are Watchmen's rap song in support of Ted Cruz's bid for the presidency in 2016 isn't the only manner in which the Republican senator from Texas is trying to appear "hip." Turns out the noted Tea Party practitioner is also an avid gamer.
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) clocked 15% in a Quinnipiac poll of likely Democratic voters Thursday. But he's clocking a lot more than that in the political press corps, while Hillary Clinton's campaign telegraphed this morning that they're legitimately scared of his impact on the race. This is the week everyone began taking Bernie Sanders seriously.
CNN's Chris Cuomo confronted Pamela Geller this morning, asking her exactly how her rights are being muzzled and how exactly she's being "victimized."
Not only did that grad student make up the data, it turns out that he made up quite a bit of his academic bona fines, too.
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Tired of paying $14 for just one lousy cocktail? Then you might like the bill that Representatives Todd Young (R-Ind.) and John Yarmuth (D-Ken.) introduced to the House this week. In the Distillery Innovation and Excise Tax Reform Act...Show More Summary
Khloe Kardashian couldn't be more clueless in the Instagram selfie she took posing with a tiger cub. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough said Thursday morning that of all the 2016 Republican presidential candidates, former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) leads in one way. "Regardless of what people think about Rick, and I know a lot of people in Manhattan...Show More Summary
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A 20-year-old Florida woman is out of jail after being convicted of having sex on a public beach.
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One employee hits the pipe as Jonah Tacoma trades in hash oil for burgers at Frugals in Washington state.
Amédé Ardoin brought white Cajun and black Creole traditions together in Louisiana, and there is plenty to be discovered in a search of his musical legacy.
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