Story 2 of 24: peterson, child, vikings
'EMBARRASSED' VIKING  QB great Tarkenton rips decision to let Peterson play FOXNews.com FOXNews.com

Radisson suspends its sponsorship of Vikings

If you were paying close attention to the news conference that the Minnesota Vikings held Monday to announce that they would let Adrian Peterson play on Sunday despite the furor over his alleged child abuse, you might have noticed that the backdrop behind Minnesota GM Rick Spielman was...

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It’s past 10 p.m. Do you know where your speaker of the House is?

Today, Speaker John Boehner's (R-Ohio) office released a video that shows how he spends his days. It involves lots of coffee, lots of reading, lots of meetings and lots of hand-shaking. (Sort of like the Fix day!)

9/16/2014 2:35pm · The White House The White House

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Story 5 of 24: iraq, isis, obama
Video: Joint Chiefs chairman concedes U.S. ground troops may see combat in Iraq Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

Video: Joint Chiefs chairman concedes U.S. ground troops may see combat in Iraq

Boots on the ground.  President Barack Obama has ruled out the use of American ground troops in Iraq and Syria. Period. The president has said on multiple occasions, including during his prime time address to the nation last week, that the campaign to “degrade and destroy” the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria would in no way resemble the […] View the video » Boots on the ground.

9/16/2014 4:01pm · Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks
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Story 7 of 24: former, nfl, house
NFL hires former Biden aide who worked on violence against women laws In the Loop In the Loop

Former White House staffer hired to represent NFL in Washington

The NFL on Tuesday announced the hiring of Cynthia C. Hogan, a former White House official who worked with the Senate Judiciary Committee on the Violence Against Women Act, which became law 20 years ago.

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Bobby Jindal: "I'm Not an Evolutionary Biologist" MoJo Blogs and Articles | Mother Jones MoJo Blogs and Articles | Mother Jones

Gov. Jindal pushes oil and coal use, rejects climate change rules

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, who hopes to use detailed position papers to build a bid for the Republican presidential nomination, released an energy plan Tuesday that calls for expanded oil and gas production and reversing the Obama administration's efforts against climate change.

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GOP Congressman: Obama Said The 'Dumbest Thing An American President Has Ever Said' Politics - The Huffington Post Politics - The Huffington Post

Cracks emerge in GOP support for Obama’s Syria strategy

House Republicans continued Tuesday to rally around the GOP leadership's plan to arm and train rebels in Syria, but tensions within the ranks over the specifics of U.S. efforts in the region were evident at a morning meeting. Several conservatives vocally opposed the proposal and House Speaker John A. Boehner's embrace of President Obama's strategy, […]

9/16/2014 5:17pm · Post Politics Post Politics

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The Number of Uninsured Fell 8 Percent During First Three Months of Obamacare The Wire The Wire

The Number of Uninsured Fell 8 Percent During First Three Months of Obamacare

Associated Press The number of uninsured Americans fell 8 percent during the first three months of 2014, thanks to 3.8 million uninsured individuals gaining insurance, according to the Center for Disease Control. Put another way, the uninsured rate dropped from 20.4 percent to 18.4 percent among adults ages 18-64. This marks the first government study on health insurance after insurance...

9/16/2014 3:05pm · The Wire The Wire
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Video: Did Clinton trash Netanyahu … or Arafat and Abbas? Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

Video: Did Clinton trash Netanyahu … or Arafat and Abbas?

"They would have gotten 96% of the West Bank, land swaps in Gaza, appropriate water rights, and East Jerusalem..." My friend Jeff Dunetz, who picked this up from Ha’aretz, says Bill Clinton trashed Benjamin Netantyahu in this conversation at Tom Harkin’s steak fry this weekend. It sounds more like Clinton attacking the late Yasser Arafat and Mahmoud Abbas, though. An attendee tries...

9/16/2014 5:21pm · Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

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EXCLUSIVE: Local Officer, Actors Say Race Was Not an Issue in Watts Detention Breitbart Feed Breitbart Feed

Daniele Watts, LAPD encounter raises question: When must you show ID?

In the aftermath of the uproar over "Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts' detainment by Los Angeles police officers, questions have been raised about what rights an individual has when approached by law enforcement. 

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Several Promotions at the NBC News Washington Bureau FishbowlDC FishbowlDC

Several Promotions at the NBC News Washington Bureau

NBC News Washington bureau chief Ken Strickland and deputy bureau chief Meaghan Rady sent a note staff announcing several promotions. They include Kristin Donnelly to the White House producing team, working with Chris Jansing, whom she worked with on “Jansing & Co.;” Frank Thorp V as Senate producer and off-air reporter; Alex Moe as House of Representatives producer; and Abigail...

9/16/2014 5:47pm · FishbowlDC FishbowlDC

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Top Harry Reid advisers build big-money firewall to protect Senate Democrats Post Politics: Breaking Politics News, Political Analysis & More - The Washington Post Post Politics: Breaking Politics News, Political Analysis & More - The Washington Post

Top Harry Reid advisers build big-money firewall to protect Senate Democrats

If Democrats cling to their Senate majority this fall, it will be in large part because of a well-funded group connected to Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid that has helped build a formidable firewall around vulnerable incumbents. Read full article >>

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Conservative Group Targets 'Kissing Congressman,' Backs 'Duck Dynasty' Relative Politics - The Huffington Post Politics - The Huffington Post

Club for Growth backs challenger against embattled Rep. McAllister

The anti-tax Club for Growth is throwing its weight behind Republican Zach Dasher's bid to unseat embattled Rep. Vance McAllister (R-La.). In a Tuesday statement, Club for Growth President Chris Chocola called Dasher a "constitutional conservative who will never stop fighting for economic liberty. McAllister, Chocola said, has "personal problems" and an "extremely liberal record." Read full...

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Republicans are headed toward a big turnout edge in the midterms The Fix The Fix

Republicans are headed toward a big turnout edge in the midterms

In recent CNN poll on the Arkansas Senate race, Sen. Mark Pryor (D) was either winning by nine points or losing by two points to Rep. Tom Cotton (R). Same poll, two wildly different results. The first numbers, which had Pryor leading, were among a sample of those registered to vote. The second set was among […]

9/16/2014 5:50pm · The Fix The Fix

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Story 17 of 24: vote, france, valls
France's Socialist government wins confidence vote Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7

France's Socialist government wins confidence vote

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls Tuesday won a parliamentary confidence vote on the Socialist government’s economic policies in the wake of the cabinet reshuffle, giving him a platform to push through the tough reforms that have divided the left.

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Rand Paul’s Utopian Vision For America Does Not – Repeat, DOES NOT – Include Slavery Wonkette Wonkette

Rand Paul talks a lot — probably too much for his own good

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is everywhere these days. And arguably nobody has crafted such a big profile in his first four years in the Senate. He gives what seems to be a speech a day, is on TV all the time, and isn't shy about talking to reporters. The summation is lots of Rand Paul being on the […]

9/16/2014 3:45pm · The Fix The Fix

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Democrats really want minorities to vote this year. But it’s very unlikely they’ll decide the Senate. The Fix The Fix

Democrats really want minorities to vote this year. But it’s very unlikely they’ll decide the Senate.

The No. 1 priority of the Democratic Party in 2014 is to maintain control of the Senate. There's nothing else that's really important as a party. Sure, they'd like to gain on Republicans in the House and win a few key gubernatorial races, but neither of those things is as important as holding onto the […]

9/16/2014 5:36pm · The Fix The Fix

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Story 21 of 24: parliament, english, england
Ukrainian MP thrown in bin by angry mob outside parliament video World news | The Guardian World news | The Guardian

Ukrainian minister Vitaly Zhuravsky thrown into bin and pelted with rubbish by angry mob

Controversial MP Vitaly Zhuravsky was seized by a group of men as he walked past the parliament building in Kiev before being dumped head first into the wheelie bin.

9/16/2014 5:15pm · Home | Mail Online Home | Mail Online

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Rosie O'Donnell Gets Into Her First Big Argument On 'The View' Politics - The Huffington Post Politics - The Huffington Post

Rosie O'Donnell Gets Into Her First Big Argument On 'The View'

"The View" is back, and so is the fighting.  During a discussion on conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer's recent comments calling Obama a narcissist, the first fight of season 18 broke out in full force.   It all started when new host (and Republican) Nicolle Wallace came to Krauthammer's defense, calling him a "god," and arguing that Obama is incapable of having relationships with both...

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RGIII Forced by NFL to Turn Shirt With Christian Message Inside Out Washington Free Beacon Washington Free Beacon

RGIII Forced by NFL to Turn Shirt With Christian Message Inside Out

After his injury during Sunday’s game, Redskins star quarterback Robert Griffin III was told he could not wear his shirt, which featured a Christian message, while speaking to the press. RGIII decided to turn the shirt inside out to avoid a fine from the NFL, CNS News reported. Video and photographic images show Griffin entering the room wearing the shirt–showing its emphatically...

9/16/2014 5:17pm · Washington Free Beacon Washington Free Beacon
Story 24 of 24: kansas, taylor, court
PPP's new Kansas poll shows Pat Roberts trailing big-time in Kansas Daily Kos Daily Kos

Kansas Supreme Court deciding whether Republicans can force Democrat to stay on Senate ballot

This morning the Kansas Supreme Court heard arguments from attorneys representing Democrat Chad Taylor and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach about whether the Democratic challenger's name should be removed from the ballot this November. The take from the Election Law Blog: Much of the discussion at oral argument concerned other letters of withdrawal which the SOS had received in recent...

9/16/2014 4:27pm · Daily Kos Daily Kos

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