In a surprise ruling, a federal court will not dismiss a case contesting the constitutionality of the "no fly" list. Even more astounding is that the court forbade the administration from using the ubiquitous "state secrets" argument to get the suit thrown out.
In the final weeks of the 2014 campaign, Democrats are increasingly reliant on super PACs and their deep-pocketed donors to underwrite their effort to maintain their Senate majority. Republicans meanwhile, have money left in the party bank and a clear advantage when it comes to dark money – funds that can't be traced to donors.
Rick Berman has long been the architect of “public charities” for any client willing to pay, meaning he's actually a front man for dirty tobacco and big oil's dark money.
90,000 new democratic-leaning voters were registered by the New Georgia Project, from all 159 of the state's counties. 50,000 registrations are now missing. What gives?
Ex-Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner is a bit more candid now that he's not a member of the administration, and admits in a new memoir the response to the foreclosure crisis by the Obama team was – at the very best – lackluster.