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Bill Gates: Snowden is no hero

Bill Gates: Snowden is no hero

Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates said in an interview with the Rolling Stone that he does not think NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is a hero.
Aileen Graef
U.S. public sees Russia as threat

U.S. public sees Russia as threat

The U.S. public is more likely to see Russia as a threat and President Vladimir Putin as a tyrant following recent events in Ukraine, a poll indicated Friday.
Education Dept. enacts measures against predatory career colleges

Education Dept. enacts measures against predatory career colleges

The U.S. Education Department announced Friday it was taking actions to protect Americans from predatory, poor-performing career colleges.
Obama: Ireland stronger globally because of decisions Kenny made

Obama: Ireland stronger globally because of decisions Kenny made

President Obama welcomed Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny to Washington Friday for an early St. Patrick's Day celebration and discussion of global issues.
SXSW care fund raises $20,000 in 24 hours

SXSW care fund raises $20,000 in 24 hours

A fund set up for the victims and their families of the Thursday morning crash at SXSW raised $20,000 in less than 24 hours.
Gabrielle Levy
More of Bill Clinton's presidential records released

More of Bill Clinton's presidential records released

Documents released Friday by the National Archives on President Bill Clinton's administration range from the U.S. response to terrorism to proposed jokes.
Obama softens position on deportations, seeks review

Obama softens position on deportations, seeks review

President Obama called for a review of the administration's deportation polices to see if they can be carried out in a more sensitive manner, officials said.

Judge: Mom had right to keep police out of home, daughter off meds

A Detroit woman who did not want her teenage daughter to be forcibly medicated
Obama Administration: Insurers must offer equal coverage of same-sex spouses

Obama Administration: Insurers must offer equal coverage of same-sex spouses

HHS released a bulletin Friday instructing insurers to offer the same coverage to same-sex spouses as they offer to different-sex married couples.
JC Sevcik
Bill de Blasio's universal pre-K plan will get NY Senate's funding

Bill de Blasio's universal pre-K plan will get NY Senate's funding

A bipartisan group of New York state senators reportedly agreed to a deal to fund New York City's universal pre-kindergarten plan.
Gabrielle Levy

N. California man arrested for allegedly biting off infant son's nose

Police in Northern California arrested an 18-year-old man they say bit off his infant son nose's after becoming irritated by the baby's unremitting crying.
Pelosi, Boehner invite Pope Francis to address U.S. Congress

Pelosi, Boehner invite Pope Francis to address U.S. Congress

Pope Francis has received a bi-partisan invitation to become the first head of the Catholic church to address a joint session of the U.S. Congress.
Sam Adams pulls sponsorship from Boston St. Paddy's parade

Sam Adams pulls sponsorship from Boston St. Paddy's parade

Sam Adams has decided to withdraw sponsorship from the Boston St. Patrick's Day parade after negotiations to allow a gay group to march broke down.
Gabrielle Levy
Marijuana business association lobbies Congress

Marijuana business association lobbies Congress

The National Cannabis Industry Association lobbied the U.S. Congress for tax changes and other measures to help growers and dealers in legal marijuana.
Death toll in New York City explosion stands at eight

Death toll in New York City explosion stands at eight

The death toll from an explosion that leveled two buildings in New York's East Harlem neighborhood stood at eight Friday as rescuers continued to dig.
Florida arrests fugitive from Kansas from 1977

Florida arrests fugitive from Kansas from 1977

A man who escaped a Kansas military prison in 1977 was arrested Thursday when he showed up to work in Florida.
Gabrielle Levy
Michigan's 'rape insurance' law goes into effect

Michigan's 'rape insurance' law goes into effect

Michigan's controversial Abortion Insurance Opt-Out law went into effect Thursday, implementing new insurance requirements for abortions.
Aileen Graef
House Democrats offer resolution to scold Issa over 'offensive' behavior

House Democrats offer resolution to scold Issa over 'offensive' behavior

House Democrats offered a resolution on the floor Thursday to condemn Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., for his "offensive" behavior towards Rep. Elijah Cummings
Aileen Graef
Scott Brown launches exploratory committee for NH Senate

Scott Brown launches exploratory committee for NH Senate

Former Sen. Scott Brown is officially considering a run in New Hampshire.
Gabrielle Levy
Lobster-eating welfare recipient refuses job offer

Lobster-eating welfare recipient refuses job offer

Jason Greenslate spends his time surfing, practicing with his band and eating lobster paid for by taxpayer dollars, but says he doesn't want a job.
Danielle Haynes
Speaker Boehner invites Pope Francis to address Congress

Speaker Boehner invites Pope Francis to address Congress

Speaker John Boehner extended an invitation to Pope Francis Thursday to address a joint session of Congress, during his expected visit to the U.S. next year.
Ananth Baliga
South Carolina deputy sobs after shooting man who grabbed cane

South Carolina deputy sobs after shooting man who grabbed cane

South Carolina deputy mistakes man's walking cane for rifle and fires, shooting him once in the abdomen before realizing his mistake.
Danielle Haynes
President Obama's schedule for Friday, March 14

President Obama's schedule for Friday, March 14

U.S. President Barack Obama meets with his Irish counterpart Friday and will attend a St. Patrick's Day lunch at the Capitol, the official schedule indicates.

MTA: Data breach contains information on 15,000 employees

Personal information of up to 15,000 current and former MTA employees was compromised by security breach.
Danielle Haynes

California earthquake: Threat of monster quake bigger than thought, researchers say

The Cascadia fault line off the northern coast of California could cause even greater destruction and death than scientists previously believed.
Danielle Haynes
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