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"If we had tried diplomacy, perhaps my son would be alive."
"They had one job!" should have been the first words out of President Obama's mouth (or maybe the second or third following some choice expletives) when he was told how badly the Affordable Care Act website was malfunctioning.
This is not just a lesson for our military. Not only does cutting our dependence on oil make us more secure, it invests hard earned American money back in to our economy.
Why the destiny of the world's women and girls -- and our national security -- depends on foreign investment.
House Republicans made reckless and dangerous choices in their latest budget proposal, demonstrating that they are willing to make America less safe in order to make a partisan point.
America remains the strongest and most influential country in the world. However, according to a recent poll, 58 percent of Americans don't believe it. Who could blame them?
For nearly four years, Google has been trying to find that golden mean in China, to varying degrees of success, approbation
Today, the Sierra Club planted 10,000 flags on the National Mall, a representation of the tens of thousands of "virtual" flags that our online supporters have planted in the cause of moving Beyond Oil.
The Turkey from Cranberry Township, or, When A Crazy Conservative Attacks Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans
That's right. Veterans who support clean energy are "traitors." Yikes. As it turns out, this isn't Representative Metcalfe's