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  • Jeff Sessions teaches a lesson in patriotic grace 12/18/2014
    In deferring to colleague, Alabama Senator defies Darwinian politics, shows the first question for an adult is not “Can I?” but rather “Should I?”
    Chris Stirewalt
  • Audit: Nebraska left $56 million in federal welfare funds on the table 12/18/2014
    A state audit found Nebraska left $56 million in federal welfare funds on the table in the past four years, and instead tapped more state funds to help low-income residents.
    Deena Winter
  • FBI points digital finger at North Korea for Sony hacking attack 12/18/2014
    The Federal Bureau of Investigation is pointing its digital finger at North Korea for the recent hacking attack at Sony Pictures Entertainment, Fox News confirmed Thursday.
  • China tests ICBM with multiple warheads 12/18/2014
    China carried out a long-range missile flight test on Saturday using multiple, independently targetable reentry vehicles, or MIRVs, according to U.S. defense officials.
    Bill Gertz
  • Jeb Bush, praised by liberals, already drawing flak from the GOP 12/18/2014
    Jeb is the man to beat, the savvy ex-governor, the game-changer with Hispanic voters, the choice of big donors, the common sense voice on immigration and education, the establishment candidate with the best chance of recapturing the White House for the Republicans. 
    Howard Kurtz
  • US jobless aid applications decline to 289,000 12/18/2014
    Fewer Americans sought unemployment benefits last week, a sign of solid job security and growing confidence among employers.
  • Alan Gross’s diplomatic escorts 12/18/2014
    It’s not surprising that a Member of Congress might get a call from a constituent a few days before the midterm elections, just to wish them good luck. That’s especially true if the supporter had once trudged door-to-door, handing out leaflets and posting yard signs during your first Congressional campaign 12 years ago.
    Chad Pergram
  • $10 billion UN-linked climate change fund wants immunity from prosecution 12/18/2014
    The Green Climate Fund, (GCF) a United Nations-affiliated piggy-bank  intended to finance climate change projects around the world, is determined to win sweeping U.N.-style immunities from prosecutions for its global operations--even though  the U.S., its biggest contributor, opposes the idea, and the U.N. itself says its own diplomatic immunities can’t cover the outfit.
    George Russell
  • Congress stands little chance of stopping Cuba policy 12/18/2014
    Opponents of President Obama's sudden move to re-establish ties with Cuba have little chance of scuttling his effort in Congress.
  • New York Gov. Cuomo moves to ban fracking 12/18/2014
    New York officials on Wednesday moved forward with an effort to ban fracking across the state, citing excessive environmental and health concerns.