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Supporters of an Oklahoma City police officer who was charged with raping or sexually abusing eight black women have raised more than $7,000 for the 27-year-old cop.
Daniel Holtzclaw was arrested in August on charges of rape, forcible oral sodomy, sexual battery, and indecent exposure for allegedly sexually assaulting women while on patrol.
MILWAUKEE -- President Obama urged attendees at the Laborfest rally here to mobilize for the fall election rather than allow Republicans to dictate the course of national policy. After Obama complained that Republicans "oppose almost everything," sparking boos, the president said: “Don’t boo -- vote. It’s easy to boo -- vote.” Read full article >>
As students head back to college this month, many will find it a tough call about what’s more stressful -- their homework, or their looming student debt. In recent months, PolitiFact has done a number of fact-checks about tuition and student debt. Here are five of them: • "In 1978, a student who worked a minimum-wage summer job could afford to pay a year's full tuition at the 4-year public university of their choice." Mostly True.
Operation Choke Point was designed to scrutinize businesses that make it easy to launder money and helps to keep a closer eye on the financing of dangerous terrorist activities. In other words, President Obama is trying to keep us safer by following a trail of cash that could be used to fund acts of terror.
At the beginning of the year, we heard a lot of talk about how 2014 was going to be another Republican wave year, like 2010, or bigger. Now, however, it's clear that 2014 has not followed the same trajectory as 2010.
By this time in 2010, Democratic fortunes were sliding downhill fast, according to generic congressional ballot polling questions.
Two weeks ago, Laurie Garrett, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, captured Foreign Policy readers’ attention with a post titled, “You are not nearly scared enough about Ebola.” She used buzzwords meant to invoke fear in Western media audiences: chaos, civil war, Boko Haram terrorists and frightened young soldiers.