House votes to delay food safety rules
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The House voted late Wednesday to delay sweeping food safety rules that would require farmers and food companies to be more vigilant about guarding against contamination....
New Colo. wildfire prompts evacuations of homes
EVERGREEN, Colo. (AP) -- A new wildfire in the foothills southwest of Denver forced the evacuation of dozens of homes Wednesday as hot and windy conditions in the West made it easy for fires to start and spread....
Obama making plans to tackle global warming
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama is planning a major push using executive powers to tackle the pollution blamed for global warming in an effort to make good on promises he made at the start of his second term. "We know we have to do more - and we will do more," Obama said Wednesday in Berlin....
Men's Wearhouse ousts founder, pitchman Zimmer
NEW YORK (AP) -- Men's Wearhouse doesn't like the way its founder looks anymore....
As fires rage, feds cut funding on prevention
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) -- As the West battles one catastrophic wildfire after another, the federal government is spending less and less on its main program for preventing blazes in the first place....
Do you agree with FBI Director Robert Mueller that being more transparent about the agency's surveillance methods "would be educating our adversaries as to what our capabilities are?" <More Info>
During an oversight hearing on Capitol Hill Wednesday, FBI Director Robert Mueller admitted the FBI uses drones for surveillance on U.S. soil. When asked if he would be more transparent on their surveillance methods, Mueller said, "There is a price to be paid for that transparency, I certainly think it would be educating our adversaries as to what our capabilities are." The director also stated that the FBI has and will continue to weigh the possibility of publishing more information about its spying habits.
Do you think an immigration reform bill will pass both the House and Senate before the end of the year?