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Jones Seasoning Recalls Products on Grounds of Possible Salmonella Outbreak

According to the Food and Drug Administration, the Jones’ Seasoning Blends LLC is voluntarily recalling its products – Jones’ Mock Salt Original and Jones’ Mock Salt Spicy Southwest Blend on possible contamination of Salmonella. Salmonella, an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, the elderly, and others with weakened immune […]

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Fred Thompson Endorses Newt Gingrich

Former U.S. Senator Fred Thompson is endorsing Newt Gingrich for President, as he announced on Fox News on Monday Evening. In South Carolina this past weekend, the former Senator made his rounds on Radio Row as the Spokesperson for National Popular Vote in South Carolina Admiring his low-tax approach, which he believes will “grow with […]

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GPS Tracking Ruled Unconstitutional

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that police need a warrant before attaching a GPS device to a person’s car. “It is axiomatic that before the government can surreptitiously search a citizen or his car, they need approval from a judge. Pretending that the protection goes away when the search is carried out electronically or when […]

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Christie Nominates First Gay, Asian Judges To NJ’s Supreme Court

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie named the first openly gay person and the first Asian-American to the state’s Supreme Court Monday. Bruce Harris is the mayor of Chatham, a borough in the state with approximately 9,000 residents. In addition to being the first openly gay individual on the bench, Harris will also be the third […]

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Obama Wins in Dixville Notch New Hampshire

Nine voters casted the first of thousands here in New Hampshire. Here’s how it went. For the Republicans, Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman tied, each scoring two votes. Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul tied for second with one vote. President Obama, three votes.

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Mitt zeroes in on Obama as big spender at Hudson, NH stop

By Michael Carl HUDSON, N.H.-With less than 12 hours until the first votes are cast in the New Hampshire primary, the candidates are making their case. With a comfortable lead in most pre-vote polls, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney spoke at a Hudson, NH factory and talked up the fact that according news reports, economists say […]

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Obama Speaks With Iowans On Caucus Night

President Barack Obama spoke with Iowa supporters via video Tuesday evening to mark the state’s caucus night. The transcript of the exchange is below:   Hello, Iowa! How are you guys?  I miss you all.  And I understand that it’s actually warmer tonight than it was four years ago, which means, I’m sure, great turnout […]

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U.S. Ambassador To Return To Syria

Press Secretary Jay Carney announced on Tuesday that US Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford will be returning to Damascus. “His return demonstrates our continued solidarity with the Syrian people and the value we place on Ford’s efforts to engage Syrians on their efforts to achieve a peaceful and democratic transition,” Carney said in a statement. […]

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Poll: Public Wants Payroll Tax Cut

According to a recent United Technologies/ National Journal Congressional Connection Poll, the majority of Americans support President Obama’s efforts to extend the payroll tax cut, even if such an extension could potentially increase the federal budget deficit. The poll shows that 58 percent of Americans believe Congress should extend the tax cut while only 32 […]

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Ex-VP Quayle To Endorse Romney

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney will pick up a key endorsement Tuesday from former Vice President Dan Quayle. Romney, whose seen his numbers in recent polls skid with the emergence of Newt Gingrich, could not have picked a better time to pick up as influential an endorsement as Quayle. Quayle, who served as vice president […]

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The World in 2:00 – July 31, 2015

The World in 2:00

Beijing wins the 2022 Winter Olympics, Rio’s water is filthy ahead of next year’s Summer games and an Ebola vaccine is announced.

Energy Sec.: Iran Deal ‘Will Certainly Go Into Effect’

The Energy Cabinet member took to the White House press poduim in a push to roundup public support of the Iran deal

State Releases Second Batch Of Clinton Emails

Hillary Clinton holds her first town hall meeting event of the 2016 campaign in Dover, New Hampshire. July 16, 2015. Photo: Luke Vargas/TRNS

The State Department originally said it would release all of the emails at once sometime in early 2016, but was quickly rebuffed by a court order.

Charleston Shooter Pleads Not Guilty

Mourners comfort each other following the massacre late Wednesday night in Charleston, SC. (Photo courtesy of the King Center)

If convicted, Roof could face the death penalty.

Obama Signs Highway Trust Fund Extension, Scolds Congress

“It’s a bad way for the US Government to do business,” Obama said.

Poll: Seniors Back Hillary Clinton

Jeb Bush and real estate tycoon Donald Trump trail at 12 percent and 11 percent.