Bill O”Reilly rips Obama for what we now know to be a cover up of the Benghazi attack, but he really railed against the press for helping him cover it up.
Archives for April 2014
GM auto bailout cost US taxpayers more than government estimated it would just after selling its last share, according to a new agency watchdog report. Find out how the auto bailouts affected Americans’ views on the companies.
The Maine Governor race is the tenth article in what is a succession of articles offering expanded analysis for the ratings on our 2014 Governor Map Predictions. It won’t be LePage’s first three-way dance, but what about his last?
The Federal Reserve will reduce its monthly bond purchases to $45 billion despite anemic first-quarter growth, suggesting the risks are beginning to weigh on their minds.
US economic growth all but stopped in the first quarter, with gross domestic product expanding at an anemic annual rate of 0.1 percent, the slowest since the fourth quarter of 2012.
U.S. private sector jobs growth was 220,000 in April, which was the highest amount since November and more than expectations, a report by a payrolls processor showed on Wednesday.
Newly released emails on the Benghazi terror attack show a senior White House advisor played a direct and pivotal role in prepping former U.N. ambassador Susan Rice for her despicable Sunday show appearances on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox News and CNN. Rice either knowingly lied or was used by the White House as a patsy when she blamed the Benghazi attack on an Internet video.
DEVELOPING: Clippers owner, Donald Sterling, has been banned for life from dealings with the NBA and fined the maximum allowable amount of $2.5 million for discrimination
The Conference Board said consumers are discouraged by business and labor market conditions, reporting its index of consumer attitudes dropped to 82.3 in April.
Single-family home prices in the U.S. rose in the month of February, but just barely beat Wall Street’s expectations, according to a survey released Tuesday.