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The military has cataloged its ethical failures, and they're kind of awesome
The name of the July 2013 report says it all: "The Encyclopedia of Ethical Failure," a 164-page who's who of bureaucratic nee'r do wells that details all of those government personnel who have tried to fleece the government, line their pockets with public money, use government property for their own use or demand loans from subordinates.
The shootings go on: Sandy Hook's horror is becoming commonplace
When the detective arrived at my home, he had a folder in his hand. "We just have some paperwork to take care of first," he said.
VIDEO: Congressman threatens New York reporter
Following Tuesday's State of the Union address, New York Rep. Michael Grimm threatened to "break" a New York television reporter in half and throw him off a balcony.
VIDEO: Snow, ice paralyze traffic across South
Motorists across Alabama and Georgia spent Tuesday night and much of Wednesday huddled in their cars as a paralyzing mix of snow and ice coated roads and rendered the few snowplows and salt trucks ineffective.
LIVE: 2014 State of the Union address
President Barack Obama delivers his fifth State of the Union address this evening to a joint session of Congress. He is expected to address issues of income inequality, immigration and pre-school education.
Obama expands on social media for State of Union
President Barack Obama is deploying just about every trendy social media tool to promote a century-old ritual — the annual State of the Union address to Congress.
Obama's battle plan against inequality: Hold back the successful
Wars declared on domestic ills - such as poverty, drugs and obesity - are losing battles. Now, President Obama is distracting himself with a "War on Inequality" that will only serve to make many of us poorer.
VIDEO: Deep freeze grips upper Midwest
Blizzard warnings and travel advisories are in effect for much of the upper midwest, as Minnesota and the Dakotas deal with extreme cold and blowing snow.
Facebook's Sandberg now one of world's youngest billionaires
Sheryl Sandberg's fortune surpassed $1 billion Tuesday after Facebook closed at a record. The chief operating officer of the world's most popular social-networking service owns about 12.3 million shares of the Menlo Park, Calif.-based company.
VIDEO: Shooting reported at Purdue University
Officials at Purdue University in Indiana say one person was killed in a shooting at a campus classroom building about noon on Tuesday.
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