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First Ebola Case Diagnosed in United States! Plus, an 8,000 Calorie Breakfast (The Rundown)

The first case of Ebola is diagnosed here in the United States. A grand jury clears Tony Stewart and an 8,000 calorie breakfast! 

Drunken, Sloppy Sex: Does 'Yes' Mean 'Yes' or Just More Rape Panels? (Trifecta)

California law withholds money from colleges that don’t follow mandate that says a drunk woman can’t consent. Will this make many men rapists by default?

What is a Reasonable Tax? (Members Only) (Klavan & Whittle)

The U.S. tax code is four million words long. What’s a reasonable tax? Listen to Andrew Klavan and Bill Whittle discuss.

What Kind of Attorney General Will Replace Holder & Should GOP Fight? (Trifecta)

Obama’s pick for next Attorney General may happen fast. Furious opponents of Eric Holder’s tenure might be ripe for a fight. What kind of AG do you want?

Leaving a News Reporting Gig to Run a Marijuana Business... What You Smoking? (AlfonZo Rachel Presents: ZoNation)

This Alaska reporter left a paying news gig, while on the air, to make a statement about weed legalization...well that sounds completely rational...

Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson: How the Libertarian Party Can be Viable (PJTV Special)

2012 Libertarian Presidential Candidate, Gary Johnson, joins Stephen Kruiser to discuss the future of the Libertarian Party in 2014 and 2016...and beyond.

Feed the Hungry People, Not the Dumpster: Activist Eats Your Garbage (PJTV Special)

Feed every hungry person in the U.S. 5-times over with what we throw in the dumpster? Trash-eating crusader says bad info about liability law causes waste.  

The Constitutional Model for Reforming Governance from the Ground Up (PJTV Special)

Has our focus on national politics blinded us to a Constitutional model for reforming governance? Scott Ott speaks to a local GOP club. And you are there. 

Rep. Fudge: If Blacks Don't Vote, Obama Gets Impeached, Kids Go Hungry (PJTV Special)

Congressional Black Caucus talks troubles—low turnout, poor organization, personality focus, GOP trying to prevent Black votes. What can break the cycle?

Who Will be the Next President? (Members Only) (After Hours with John Phillips)

With primaries moved up and fundraising so critical, do candidates need to take the field before the midterms are even over?

Barack Obama: Hapless Neophyte or Disillusioned Despot? (Members Only) (Klavan & Whittle)

PJTV member MaPaWhoopi asks whether Barack Obama is a hapless neophyte or a disillusioned despot.  Is he trying to make people suffer, or does he think that he is making the world better? Hear what Andrew Klavan and Bill Whittle think.

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Rep. Jeff Miller Calls for Independent Commission on VA Scandal

House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Jeff Miller is asking President Obama to establish an independent commiss...

EPA Report Reveals Pornography, Ethical Failings

An employee at the Environmental Protection Agency pleaded guilty to charges of accessing child pornography on a website...

Ted Cruz to Visit Ukraine

Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas will visit Ukraine this month and meet with leaders of the protest movement that forced out the c...

Biden Son to Work for Ukraine Gas Company

A month after Vice President Joe Biden pledged to help Kiev shed its energy dependence on Russia, his younger son, Hunte...

Peter King: AQAP Flourished When Obama Scaled Back Efforts

The Obama administration has scaled back its efforts against al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, which has allowed the po...

Court Blocks First Execution Since Oklahoma Debacle

An federal appeals court granted a stay of execution for a Texas inmate hours before he was to be put to death on Tuesda...

Russia to Ban US From Space Station in Sanctions Retaliation

Russia cast doubt on the long-term future of the International Space Station, a showcase of post-Cold War cooperation, a...

Lindsey Graham: Don't Worry About Hillary's Health

If Hillary Clinton decides to run for president in 2016, Sen. Lindsey Graham said her health will not be an issue, despi...

Pollster McLaughlin: Hillary Needs to Explain Benghazi

Hillary Clinton needs to come clean on Benghazi once and for all if she expects to successfully run for president in 201...

New Yorker: Zuckerberg's Donation to NJ Schools Wasted

It was 2010 and there, on Oprah, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a stunning donation to the troubled public schoo...

Newsmax's Patten: VA's 14-Day Appointment Rule Led to Scandal

The Department of Veterans Affairs has a standard requiring that VA hospitals not allow patients to wait more than 14 da...

IRS Allows Billions More in Improper Tax Credits, Report Finds

A new government report says the IRS is making little progress in reducing improper payments of Earned Income Tax Credit...

LIGNET: Ansar al-Sharia Missionaries Morph Into Radical Jihadists

One of the unintended consequences of the Arab Spring of 2011 was the birth of a network of Salafist jihadists, Ansar al...

ADL: 21 Million Americans Harbor Anti-Semitic Attitudes

A new survey has found that 21 million Americans, or nearly one out of every 10 adults, have anti-Semitic prejudices. Th...

Sean Penn to Spend Time With Top Republicans

Outspoken liberal actor Sean Penn, who counted the late Hugo Chavez among his friends, will appear with high-profile Rep...

Upcoming Primary Stretch to Clarify November Battles

Nomination contests for U.S. House and Senate seats concluding Tuesday night in Nebraska and West Virginia begin a key s...

Politico: Boko Haram, Benghazi Linked by Obama Narrative on Al-Qaida

Boko Haram and Benghazi may have something in common, according to Politico Magazine: Obama administration efforts to co...

Bobby Jindal: Americans Mired in 'War' on Religion

Any Republican with an eye on the White House knows he or she can't ignore the nation's Christian Conservatives, especia...

Karl Rove Backs Off Hillary 'Brain Damage' Comments

Republican strategist Karl Rove Tuesday denied he said that Hillary Clinton had suffered brain damage from a fall while ...

New Greenwald Book Reveals Hours When Snowden's Identity Emerged

Glenn Greenwald, one of the journalists who broke the story about the National Security Agency's secret phone and Intern...
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Record Investor Funds Follow Pimco Boss Out the Door

Pacific Investment Management said investors pulled $23.5 billion from the Pimco Total Return fund in September, the fir...

New Pepsi Goes to Amazon

PepsiCo is going to the Web to launch its newest soft drink, a mid-calorie soda called Pepsi True, which will be sold ex...

BofA Chief Adds Job of Chairman

Bank of America's board voted to make Brian Moynihan chairman, adding that role to his chief executive duties and unders...

Japan Stocks Lead Asia Lower

Japanese shares led Asian stock markets lower in early Thursday trading, in sympathy with a steep fall in global markets...

Small Bank Aims Big Guns at Puerto Rico

Doral Financial has tapped a team of politicians and lobbyists in its battle to recover a disputed $229 million tax refu...

Fannie, Freddie Shares Plunge After Investor Suit Dismissed

Hedge funds suffer steep losses on shares of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac after a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit over t...

Investors Place Bets on Argentine Stocks

Argentina's contentious debt default and a worsening recession haven't stopped investors with a tolerance for risk from ...

Coke Changes Executive Pay Plan

Coca-Cola, bowing to pressure from lead investor Warren Buffett, announced changes to its executive-pay plan that will r...

U.S. Buyers Keep Auto Industry Humming

American consumers are buying new cars and trucks at the strongest pace in years, offsetting car makers' troubles elsewh...

Relational Investors Plans to Wind Down Operations

Relational Investors plans to wind down its operations and dissolve its current funds by the end of next year. ...

Factory Expansion Takes a Breather

The U.S. factory sector's expansion slowed a bit in September from its breakneck pace in August, with manufacturers focu...

J.P. Morgan Expects $869 Million in Credit for Consumer Mort...

J.P. Morgan Chase is about one-fifth of the way finished with doling out the $4 billion in consumer aid that was require...

Citi Told to Turn Over Banamex Papers

A Delaware court has ordered Citigroup to hand over to an Oklahoma pension fund internal bank records in the wake of fra...

ISS Urges Shareholder Vote at Allergan

Allergan Inc. should put any acquisition it might strike in the coming weeks to a shareholder vote, proxy advisory firm ...
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Secret Service didn't follow reporting protocols after Atlan...

Susan Crabtree Secret Service managers told agents in Atlanta not to file a written report after discovering that a man with a criminal record who had a gun rode in an elevator with Preside...

Bill Clinton appears in TV ad for Alison Lundergan Grimes

Rebecca Berg Former President Clinton is the star of the latest television ad for Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes in Kentucky. The 30-second ad, produced by Grimes' campaign, is the fi...

WH: No need for Ebola travel restrictions

Brian Hughes The White House on Wednesday said stricter travel restrictions weren’t necessary in the wake of the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States. “We are confident that the ...

Hagel orders boost in standards for military healthcare

Charles Hoskinson Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Wednesday ordered changes designed to boost military healthcare after a review found wide variations in the quality of care at the 56 hospi...

Secret Service director resigns

Susan Crabtree Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned Wednesday in the wake of a string of security breaches at the White House and elsewhere. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson s...

Brownback blasts New York Times

Betsy Woodruff Sam Brownback is not impressed with much of his treatment from national media. “The New York Times has written more about Kansas in the past three months than it has since the C...

Nancy Pelosi not calling for Julia Pierson to resign, spokes...

Sean Lengell House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s office said Wednesday afternoon the California Democrat isn’t calling for beleaguered Secret Service Director Julia Pierson to resign, despite e...

Manchin: Energy states 'dead' without Louisiana's Landrieu

Zack Colman Sen. Joe Manchin said Sen.

WH 'deeply concerned' about new Israeli settlements

Brian Hughes The White House on Wednesday condemned Israeli plans to move ahead with the construction of roughly 2,500 settlement homes in East Jerusalem, saying U.S. officials were “deeply conc...

AP NewsAlert

WASHINGTON (AP) — White House: New construction in east Jerusalem would distance Israel from 'closest allies'

Independent Orman pulls ahead of Republican Roberts in Kansa...

Kelly Cohen Independent Greg Orman leads incumbent Republican Sen. Pat Roberts 46 percent to 41 percent among 500 likely voters, with 11 percent undecided, according to a new Suffolk University/...

Pelosi says Secret Service director should go

Sean Lengell House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says she backs an initial call from a senior House Democrat that beleaguered Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resign. “If [House Oversight ...

Boehner backs House 'blue ribbon commission' to review Secre...

Susan Ferrechio House Speaker John Boehner , R-Ohio, announced Wednesday he backs a plan for the House to establish a "blue ribbon commission" to review the U.S. Secret Service , which is un...

Boehner: Jeb Bush has 'real shot' in 2016

Kelly Cohen Count House Speaker John Boehner as a fan of Jeb Bush for president.

Elizabeth Warren: Tapes show Fed more concerned with banks t...

Joseph Lawler Elizabeth Warren said Wednesday morning that newly released tapes of regulators’ conversations with Goldman Sachs show that the “Fed is more concerned about its relationship with a...

Problems so bad, ObamaCare almost looks good

**Want FOX News First in your inbox every day? Sign up here .** Buzz Cut: • Problems so bad, ObamaCare almost looks good • Gran and Gramps Clinton hurry back to the trail • Ryan urges Romney...

Oil tanker proposal draws fire from industry

Zack Colman Refineries, oil producers and railroad companies say they need more time to swap out the old tank cars that carry crude oil and ethanol than the Transportation Department has p...

Will George Clooney be president one day?

Kelly Cohen The chances George Clooney becomes president of the United States may be small, but they are growing. William Hill, the world’s biggest bookmaker headquartered in London, has ha...

Ryan wouldn't run against Romney

Kelly Cohen If Mitt Romney runs for president in 2016 , don’t expect to see his former running mate join the race. Republican Rep.

Supporters OK with Orman's vague campaign

David M. Drucker SHAWNEE, Kan. — Greg Orman is taking heat for avoiding questions on politically charged issues and being cagey about which party he would caucus with if he's elected to the Sen...
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Today's Denver Post is printed on pink paper to help raise awareness of the battle against breast cancer.

Documents reveal new details of feds' raid on Colorado pot operations

Federal agents seized hundreds of pounds of marijuana, 161 pieces of jewelry and $800,000 in cash — including nearly $450,000 stashed in the trunk of a car — from Colorado pot ...

Bob Beauprez's IUD remark in debate generates controversy

Much like the U.S. Senate race in Colorado, abortion became the focal point in the race for governor after the Republican candidate took a contentious stance on a popular birth control method. ...

Fired former Denver jail captain testifies at Marvin Booker trial

A former Denver jail captain testified on Wednesday that she repeatedly moved a certain deputy to where she would have little contact with inmates because of her habit of inciting physical confrontati...

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia talks state, church during speech

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia discussed religion and government during a speech at Colorado Christian University on Wednesday.

Denver police do not find suspect after officer is injured

Denver police searched for a suspect in the southeast part of the city for about three hours Wednesday afternoon after an officer was injured but didn't find the man they were looking for. ...

ACLU Colorado, 7 other groups send letter to Jeffco school board

Eight national and local organizations that deal in education and freedom of speech on Wednesday sent to the Jefferson County School Board a letter voicing their opposition to a proposed review of the...

Thief nabs Denver cop's gun, badge during car break-in

A thief snatched a Denver Police Department gun, badge, ID card and radio after breaking into an officer's personal car in Jefferson County, officials said Wednesday.

Denver's Wedding Wednesdays program to offer free marriage ceremonies

Denver couples looking to tie the knot without tying up their bank account can soon take advantage of the city's free Wedding Wednesdays ceremonies.

Caretaker arrested, charged with kidnapping, assault and theft to a 75-year-old victim

A 21-year-old man who had been acting as a live-in caretaker is accused of severely injuring his 75-year-old charge — locking him out and putting a dog choke collar on his wrist. ...

Pierson's undoing was quick as support vanished

WASHINGTON (AP) — One lesson from Julia Pierson's short tenure as director of the agency that protects the first family: The Secret Service can't keep secrets from the president. ...

Millions across India join cleanliness campaign

NEW DELHI (AP) — India's prime minister joined millions of schoolchildren, officials and ordinary people who picked up brooms and dustpans Thursday in a countrywide campaign to clean parks, public bui...

Obama to speak about economy at Northwestern U.

CHICAGO (AP) — President Barack Obama is delivering an economic address Thursday at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, a pitch the White House has long been planning to frame the ...

Gov't website for doc payments not up to snuff

WASHINGTON (AP) — Although it's called "Open Payments," the government's new website doesn't make it easy to find out whether your doctor is getting freebies, travel or other financial benefits from d...

Missing-student suspect due in Virginia court

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — The man charged with abducting a missing University of Virginia student is due in court on reckless driving charges.

Downpour of bad news sank Secret Service director

At first word, it was bad enough: A White House fence-jumper managed to make it all the way to the front doors of the White House.

Romney's in demand as Republicans' future unclear

ATLANTA (AP) — Almost two years after his Election Day drubbing, Mitt Romney is the Republican man in demand.

China warns of chaos if Hong Kong protests persist

HONG KONG (AP) — China's ruling party mouthpiece warned of "chaos" and expressed strong support for Hong Kong's embattled leader in his face-off with pro-democracy protesters who have threatened to oc...

Turkey considers Iraq, Syria incursions

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey's parliament is considering a motion that would give the government new powers to launch military operations in Syria and Iraq and allow foreign forces to make incursions ...

Surfer loses arm in shark attack in Australia

SYDNEY (AP) — A man had part of his arm torn off by a suspected great white shark while surfing off the coast of Western Australia on Thursday, officials said.
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UK Joins U.S. Bombing, Courting Danger

On September 26th, the English Parliament voted to join the U.S.-led bombing of ISIL, at least in Iraq. The news was rec...

Pro Democracy Demonstrators in Hong Kong Refuse to Step Down

Stability, both in the internal and in the external environment, is one of China's highest national policy priorities. I...

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News cycles come and go. And with lapses in Secret Service protection for President Obama and the first appearance of th...

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There is a ghost in the White House, a spirit disconnected from this world, whisking from room to room, past staff, unin...

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Last month, ECB President pulled out a financial bazooka including a pledge to build up the ECB's balance sheet by anoth...

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Wars usually end only when the defeated aggressor believes it would be futile to resume the conflict. Lasting peace foll...

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When I was growing up in South-Central Los Angeles, "Paul" was one of my closest friends. In grade school and junior hig...

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Thomas Frank, Salon When we reach the end of high school, we approach the next life, the university...

California Sends in the Sex Police

Ramesh Ponnuru, Bloomberg No means no, silence means no and the absence of a continuing yes means n...

American Family Is Making a Comeback

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Supine Congress Needs Term Limits

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