WASHINGTON (June 19, 2013) - Rejecting arguments that the "right" to abortion is more sacred than life in the womb, the House has voted 228-196 to ban most abortions more than 20 weeks into a pregnancy.
A media watchdog group says even Hollywood doesn't understand the MPAA's movie ratings system - a troubling trend that he contends makes deciding what is best for their family even more challenging for parents.
A military analyst says violence against military women, already growing at an alarming rate, will increase in the U.S. armed forces if women are allowed in front-line combat units.
The number of marriages in the United States is at a historic low, but a report in USA Today suggests a slight rebound is coming in the future.
A pro-family activist is urging justices to uphold Proposition 8 just days before the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to decide on the California initiative.
You can try to put "conservative" lipstick on the lawless amnesty mob. In the end, however, it's still a lawless mob.
WASHINGTON (June 19, 2013) - There's no guarantee that President Barack Obama's health care law will launch smoothly and on time, congressional investigators say in the first in-depth independent look at its progress.
WASHINGTON (June 19, 2013) - The Internal Revenue Service is about to pay $70 million in employee bonuses despite an Obama administration directive to cancel discretionary bonuses because of automatic spending cuts enacted this year, according to a GOP senator.
ASHLAND, Ohio (June 19, 2013) - A woman told authorities she was held captive for more than a year by three people who forced her to do housework, raided her bank account and menaced her with snakes and pit bulls.
WASHINGTON (June 19, 2013) - Republican lawmakers have a message for those who want the party to soften its emphasis on social conservatism in hopes of reaching a wider national audience: Not so fast.
WASHINGTON (June 19, 2013) - The obscure oversight board that President Barack Obama wants to scrutinize the National Security Agency's secret surveillance system is little known for good reason. The U.S. Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board has operated fitfully during its eight years of low-profile existence, stymied by congressional infighting and, at times, censorship by government lawyers.
Trial date set in Ohio kidnapping case
Obama calls for one-third reduction in nuclear stockpiles
Still no Hoffa
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