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Troy Murphy to Join Celtics

6'11'' forward Troy Murphy looks like he will be the newest member of the Boston Celtics providing that he can clear waivers. The Golden State Warriors bought Murphy out.

AdultBasic Health Care Plan expires In Pennsylvania

Harrisburg - Pennsylvania's AdultBasic health insurance plan, which covered lower-income and jobless people, expired at 12:01 a.m. today. Proponents and recipients of it aren't conceding defeat just yet.

Clarence Thomas Defends His Honor At Federalist Society Dinner

Charlottesville - Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spoke at a banquet last night sponsored by the conservative Federalist Society lambasting critics who accuse him of impartiality because of his attendance at a meeting with the Koch brothers.

Silvers Accused of Head-butting And Breaking Legs Of Infant Son

Phillip Eugene Silvers, 31, of Everson, Pennsylvania was arrested this morning on charges of aggravated and simple assault, child endangerment and reckless endangerment.

Absentee Ballots Will Determine Fate Of Alaska's GOP Primary

There are 23,472 absentee ballots to be processed in the Alaska GOP primary between Tea Party activist and Sarah Palin endorsed candidate Joe Miller and incumbent Senator Lisa Murkowski. Currently, Miller leads Murkowski by 1,668 votes.

Red Sox Fall To Mariners 5-1

Seattle - Although the Boston Red Sox lost to the Seattle Mariners last night 5-1, pitcher Jon Lester had a perfect game through 61/3 innings. Jack Wilson hit a drive to Eric Patterson that bounced off his glove. He was charged with an error.

Is Sharron Angle A Reconstructionist?

It's no doubt that Republican Senate hopeful Sharron Angle is a religious woman who has a deep faith in God. Is she a Christian Reconstructionist as well? Does Angle believe in a theocracy?

Senate Approves Financial Reform Measure 60-39

The U.S. Senate approved a financial reform bill by a 60-39 margin Thursday. Only three Republicans: Scott Brown of Massachusetts; Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins of Maine supported it. Democratic Senator Russ Feingold of Wisconsin opposed it.

U Conn Cornerback Jasper Howard Stabbed On Campus

Jasper Howard, a U Conn cornerback, was stabbed on Sunday morning after 12:30 a.m. on Hillside Road near the center of campus. U Conn officials are holding a press conference that began at 2:30 p.m. today to discuss the incident.

Rep. Steve King Wants To Make English Official Language Of U.S.

Republican Representative Steve King of Iowa introduced HR 997: The English Language Unity Act would establish English as the official language of the United States.

FIRE Gets Fired Up Regarding College Speech Codes

FIRE stands for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. They sent a letter to President Barack Obama this week asking him and his administration to stop American colleges from infringing on the free speech rights of their students.

No Gitmo Prisoners In Colorado Cry Many Republican Lawmakers

Republican lawmakers in the Colorado legislature don't want the detainees that are going to be released from Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba to be housed at Supermax which is a maximum-security federal penitentiary located in Fremont County.

Illegal Immigration Hiring Law In Georgia Has Been Ignored

The 2006 Immigration Security and Compliance Act passed by the Georgia legislature hasn't been enforced due to lack of knowledge by state agencies and lack of funding by the legislature.

Illinois AG Burris Sought Death Penalty For Innocent Man

Embattled Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich has appointed former Attorney General Roland Burris to fill President-Elect Barack Obama's vacant Senate seat. While Illinois Attorney General in 1992, Burris sought the death penalty for an innocent man.

Interim Coach No More: 49ers Top Brass Will Give Singletary Job

The San Francisco 49ers close out their season against the Washington Redskins and team officials are expected to remove the interim head coaching label from Mike Singletary and offer him a multi-year contract.

MSC: Canvassing Board Won't Count Alleged Duplicate Ballots

The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled earlier today that the state Canvassing Board can't be forced to count alleged duplicate ballots for Al Franken. Republican incumbent Senator Norm Coleman's campaign wanted this done rather than having a court hearing.

U.S. Energy Industry Is Wary Of Obama

Although many people and organizations within the U.S. energy industry have publicly praised President-elect Barack Obama's choices to head the EPA and DOE, respectively; things will never be the same for the oil, coal and nuclear sectors.

Op-Ed: Ron Paul: Ask Not What Is The Future Of The GOP But What Is The Future Of The U.S.?

Former GOP presidential candidate and current Representative Ron Paul of Texas believes that the Republicans only cared about maintaining and accumulating political power while forgetting their core principles of reducing the size of government.

Independents And Republicans Switching Sides Could Put Florida In Democrats' Column

Sherwood Ross of Global Research interviewed 100 voters over the past two days in the Miami-Dade County area of Florida and determined that the Sunshine State might go to Senator Barack Obama over Arizona's John McCain.

Hamas Claims That It Has Received A 'Thank You' Letter From Rice

Mahmoud al-Zahar is the leader of Hamas in Gaza. He claimed today at a press conference in Syria that American Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice recently sent Hamas a letter praising them for maintaining a cease fire in the Gaza Strip.
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