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(Reuters) — The Obama administration will unveil a “more realistic” vision for the military on Thursday, with plans to cut tens of thousands of ground troops and invest more in air and sea power at a time of fiscal restraint, officials familiar with the plans said on Wednesday. The strategic review of U.S. security interests will ...

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Washington Post: With requests for everything from water to warm weather gear, the cold weather is taking a toll on protesters as they attempt to clean up their encampment. For weeks, rats seeking warmer housing have been spotted around the pallets and tents. Protesters were cleaning up their outdoor kitchen in McPherson Square Wednesday; health department officials ...

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USA Today: President Obama argued this afternoon it is his obligation to bypass Congress and make a recess appointment of Richard In a speech in Shaker Heights, Ohio, Obama made it official that he would install the former Ohio general as the head of the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau through recess appointment and hammered ...

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(Austin) - Birthers are hailing a decision by a judge in Georgia that could see Barack Obama struck from the presidential state ballot if Obama fails to prove that he fulfils the ‘natural born citizen’ constitutional requirement to be President. “Deputy Chief Judge Michael Malihi in the Office of State Administrative Hearings denied a motion by ...

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CNN: Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum raised more than $1 million since finishing second in Tuesday night's Iowa caucuses, a source close to the campaign said. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney edged out Santorum by only eight votes on Tuesday in the closest ever GOP presidential contest. In the week before the caucuses, Santorum's campaign raised more money ...

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Two Utica police officers have been allegedly caught on tape trying to plant drugs on a black couple that was pulled over early last year. The video, which was filmed in February 2011 and uploaded to YouTube on Jan 2nd by the Utica Phoenix, has since gone viral, showing the officers searching the car as the ...

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Market Watch: In addition to the recess appointment of Richard Cordray to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, President Barack Obama said in a statement Wednesday he will recess-appoint three people to the National Labor Relations Board. The three, Sharon Block, Terence Flynn and Richard Griffin, would allow the controversial board to continue to operate, since at ...

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By Stephen Gutowski at MRC: Richard Cordray: Any Legislation Which Has Even "Incidental Effects on the Economy" is a "Valid Exercise of Congressional Authority" President Obama announced today that he was going to take a new step in the expansion of executive authority by recess appointing a head to the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau despite the ...

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Related: Shepard Smith Named One Of 50 Most-Powerful Gay Men In America

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Speaker Of The House's Blog: President Obama today made an unprecedented “recess” appointment even though the Senate is not in recess — “a sharp departure from a long-standing precedent that has limited the President to recess appointments only when the Senate is in a recess of 10 days or longer,” according to Senate Republican Leader Mitch ...

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She stayed on the line for a terrifying 21 minutes and asked the dispatcher if it was all right to shoot if the men forced their way in. "I can't tell you that you can do that, but you do what you have to do to protect your baby," the dispatcher told her, according to ...

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Burns And Haberman: Newt Gingrich still won't congratulate Mitt Romney for winning the Iowa caucuses. At a news conference in Concord, N.H., Gingrich was asked by CBS correspondent Dean Reynolds why he congratulated Rick Santorum but not Romney. Gingrich stared at the reporter and raised his eyebrows in silence, eventually drawing laughter from some of the reporters. ...

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WASHINGTON (AP) — In a defiant display of executive power, President Barack Obama on Wednesday will buck GOP opposition and name Richard Cordray as the nation’s chief consumer watchdog even though the Senate contends the move is inappropriate, senior administration officials told The Associated Press With a director in place, the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ...

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