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Changing the Rules of the Union Game

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Critics Cast Doubt Over NASA's Post-Shuttle Era

Administration hopes private sector will boost space exploration, but critics have doubts over post-shuttle plans VIDEO: A Look Back at NASA’s Shuttle Program Atlantis Blasts Off in Final Space Shuttle Mission VIDEO: Blast Off Read more CompleteCritics Cast Doubt Over NASA's Post-Shuttle Era … Read entire article »

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Iran to Make Record YearOf Executions, Report Says

Statistics from rights groups say Iran has increased number of executions, with 183 reported so far in 2011 U.S., Britain Hit Iran With More Travel Restrictions Full Coverage: Iran Read more CompleteIran to Make Record YearOf Executions, Report Says … Read entire article »

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Maryland Drive Against Illegal Immigrant Tuition Bill Going to Ballot

A petition drive against a measure allowing certain illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at Maryland colleges has succeeded in gathering enough signatures to put the legislation on the ballot.  … Read entire article »

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Navy to Cut Jobs Amid Recession-Driven Sailor Surplus

With more sailors staying in the military amid a slumping economic recovery, the U.S. Navy is taking the unprecedented step of firing low-ranking petty officers to help rein in spending. … Read entire article »

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Somali Terror Suspect Met With Awlaki in Yemen Before Capture, Official Says

The Somali terror suspect transferred this week to a New York City federal court spent “significant time” with American-born cleric Anwar al-Awlaki in Yemen, a U.S. official told Fox News.  … Read entire article »

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D.C. Funded 300 Abortions Over 2 Years

For decades Congress has used its power over the District of Columbia to ban the city from paying for abortions for poor women, but during a two-year period when lawmakers reversed course at least 300 women got city-funded procedures, according to data obtained by The Associated Press.  … Read entire article »

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Facebook Announces Video-Chat Capability

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Stossel On: The College Scam

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Critics Say Calif. Union Bill a 'Roadblock to Reform'

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Bulger Pleads Not Guilty to 19 Counts of Murder

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Magnitude 7.8 Quake Hits New Zealand Islands

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Obama Violated ACORN Funding Ban With Housing Grant to Offshoot, Watchdog Says

A conservative watchdog is accusing President Obama of violating a funding ban that he signed into law that prohibits the flow of federal money to the now-defunct community activist group ACORN or any of its affiliates. … Read entire article »

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Obama Kicks Off Twitter Town Hall With a Tweet

President Obama is kicking off his first Twitter town hall with — what else? — a tweet. … Read entire article »

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Minnesota Gov, Lawmakers Meet Amid Government Shutdown

The shutdown of Minnesota’s state government is affecting cities, towns and businesses across the Midwestern state — and social workers are pleading for their agencies to be exempt. … Read entire article »

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California Bill Pushing Greater Union Power Is 'Roadblock to Reform,' Critics Say

A pending California bill that would allow unions to directly appoint half of city and county civil service commissions is a misguided piece of legislation that would allow “government insiders to set public policy,” critics told FoxNews.com. … Read entire article »

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Unions Wedded To — But Wary Of — Obama In 2012

In recent weeks, signs of fracture have emerged in the normally solid relationship between organized labor and the Obama White House. … Read entire article »

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White House Willing to Keep 10,000 U.S. Troops in Iraq, Officials Say

The White House is willing to keep up to 10,000 U.S. troops in Iraq next year, a source with knowledge of the deliberations told Fox News. … Read entire article »

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Guitar-Playing Congressman Officially Announces White House Run

U.S. Rep. Thaddeus McCotter, a five-term congressman with little name recognition but plenty of pizazz, will become the latest Republican to enter the GOP presidential sweepstakes when he officially announces his candidacy on Saturday. … Read entire article »

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Obama: 'Nothing Can Be Off-Limits' in Deficit-Reduction Debate

With an Aug. 2 deadline looming to raise the nation’s $14.3 trillion borrowing limit, President Obama said Saturday that “nothing can be off-limits” in the deficit-reduction debate — even though Republicans have said tax increases are.  … Read entire article »

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