Base Closures Projected To Save DoD Billions

Pentagon Comptroller Robert Hale told reporters Monday that base closures, although politically unpopular, may end up saving the country $5 billion per year.

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Snowden Presses Putin On Government Surveillance

“I’ve seen little public discussion of Russia’s own involvement in the policies of mass surveillance,” Snowden said. “So I’d like to ask you: Does Russia intercept, store or analyze in any way the communications of individuals?”

Christie, Paul And Bush In Dead Heat

Christie holds 15 percent while Bush and Paul are tied with 14 percent.

Beau Biden To Run For Governor In 2016

The eldest son of the US Vice President was first elected as the states Attorney General in 2006 and again in 2010.

Hagel Confirms Non-Lethal U.S. Aid For Ukraine

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said Wednesday that the U.S. with withhold from providing lethal aide.

Putin Denies Ambition To Retake Alaska

“Let’s not get too hasty,” Putin said Thursday when asked about his interest in reclaiming the territory sold to the U.S. in 1867.

With TV Grant, Gov. Scott Aims For Hispanic Hipsters

Gov. Rick Scott is aiming for Hispanic hipsters with a grant to help launch Fusion TV in Miami.

The Republican made a splash in Miami last year when he pledged $5 million in state money to help launch the new youth-oriented Fusion network.