Prisoner of war savors 'sweet taste of freedom'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [ooyala code="pidGVxZToGu_5s03ZJHxvkEOBkrrgA2G" player_id="29c9fd42b6564348812f1c7d4ff9252d"] On Sept. 20, 1973, the final U.S. prisoners of war were freed from the infamous Hanoi Hilton in Vietnam. Four decades later, former POW Orson more…

House OKs $40 billion in food-stamp cuts

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (FOX NEWS) WASHINGTON –  The House voted Thursday evening to cut nearly $40 billion a year from the country's food stamp assistance program. The 217-210 vote was a more…

Syria moves chemical weapons again

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CNN) The Syrian regime is again moving around its stockpile of chemical weapons, leaving the United States trying to figure out what Bashar al-Assad will do next with more…

U.S. allowing Syria to miss 1st deadline

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (LOS ANGELES TIMES) WASHINGTON — The ambitious U.S.-Russian deal to eliminate Syria's chemical weapons, hailed as a diplomatic breakthrough just days ago, hit its first delay Wednesday with more…

Democrats snub families at Benghazi hearing

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (TOWNHALL) During the second portion of a House Oversight and Government Reform hearingabout Benghazi Thursday on Capitol Hill, the majority of Democrats on the Committee left the room and more…

White House: Boehner suffers from 'Putin envy'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WASHINGTON TIMES) President Obama’s spokesman said Thursday that Speaker John A. Boehner suffers from “Putin envy,” after the speaker’s office criticized Mr. Obama in a video for being more willing to more…

San Antonio mayor next in line for recall?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WASHINGTON TIMES) WASHINGTON, September 19, 2013 — Following the successful recall of two senators in Colorado, another liberal elected official with an entrenched political family seems to be the next target more…